September 2, 2017 – January 7, 2018
Athletes have provided Walter Iooss with a provocative and enduring body of work; from his early photographs of Hank Aaron gracing the diamond, to his portfolios of Michael Jordan on the court and at home. While his early photography captured the tension of the game, his current work focuses on portraiture—posed images taken in the studio, bringing out the charisma, turmoil, joy, and humanity of the heroes of sport.
August 19, 2017 - December 17, 2017
The exhibition will explore the staggering breadth and depth of indigenous American fiber arts ranging from weavings in cotton and camelid hair, to feather work and items made from plants. The museum’s permanent collection contains over 700 examples, of which 149 will be on display, many for the first time. View the e-catalogue for the exhibition here.
September 10, 2016 – February 18, 2018
Baskets were one of the first art forms in the Americas, with basket fragments found in California and the Southwest dating to 9,400 years ago. Over the millennia, native North Americans developed elaborate techniques and intricate designs worked in local materials, from sweetgrass in Florida to black ash in the Northeast and deer grass in California, among many others.