Current Exhibitions


Psycho / Somatic: Visions of the Body in Contemporary East Asian Art
John N. Stern Gallery
June 16, 2015 — June 2016

Return of the Dragon
King Sculpture Court and South Ambulatory
August 18, 2015 — June 2016



 

Transformation: Images of Childhood and Adolescence
Ripin Galler
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August 12 — December 23, 2015



 

The Body: Looking In and Looking Out
Ripin Gallery
Organized by Oberlin College Professors Wendy Hyman and Wendy Kozol
August 12 — December 23, 2015

Hidden Mother
Ripin Gallery
Organized by independent curator Laura Larson (OC 1988)
August 12 — December 23, 2015


 

ONGOING INSTALLATIONS

Modern Works from the Permanent Collection
Stern Gallery

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner’s Self-Portrait as a Soldier goes on view once again after being part of highly
acclaimed German and British exhibitions on World War I. The Kirchner painting joins other
AMAM favorites such as Paul CĂ©zanne’s Viaduct at L’Estaque, Amedeo Modigliani’s
Nude with Coral Necklace
, and Henri Matisse’s Young Girl Seated. Three-dimensional works
include Pablo Picasso’s bronze Head of a Woman (Fernande Olivier) and Alexander Calder’s
kinetic Yellow Stalk.

 

Pre-Columbian Ceramics at the Allen
East Gallery

As part of the yearlong “The Americas” theme at the AMAM, Pre-Columbian ceramics from
Mexico, Costa Rica, and Peru are on view. The selection includes Moche vessels embellished
with human and animal forms and Mayan and Teotihuacán funerary objects.

 



Click here to see past exhibitions.