Main and Mezzanine Galleries

Current exhibition          

Michal Heiman: Chronically Linked

Thursday, September 8–Saturday, December 10, 2022

Featuring photographs, videos, and archival materials, Michal Heiman: Chronically Linked explores the intersections of psychoanalysis, asylums, and oppression through a number of recent projects including Michal Heiman Tests (1997-2012); Radical Link: A New Community of Women, 1855-2021 (2013-present); and Hearing (2020).

Michal Heiman, Radical Link: A New Community of Women, 1855-2022, Mask: “Plate 34: My Self,” detail from a manipulated photograph by Dr. Hugh W. Diamond, 1855, 2016, photograph. Courtesy of the artist.



   

Other exhibitions on view

Death in Venice: Bright Scenes with Dark Themes  

Death in Venice: Bright Scenes with Dark Themes

Curated by Eliana Ellerton ’23, History major

Warrington Colescott (American, b. 1921) "I feel sick" from Death in Venice, 1971, color etching, gift of Jeremy B. Reifer.

 

Beau Idéal: American Love and Life  

Beau Idéal: American Love and Life

Curated by Taylor Garris ’23, History major

Marshall Glassier (American, 1902-1988) Artist and His Daughter, 1962, oil on canvas, gift of the artist.

 

Returning to Touch  

Returning to Touch

Curated by Aaron Berkowitz ’23, Art History major

Josiah Wedgwood and Sons, Snake-handled vase, ca. 1780. Blue jasper with white reliefs. Gift of Dr. Unknown artist, Malian (Dogon), Seated Couple, 20th c., wood with metal, gift of Michael Horowitz.

 

Unconventional care  

Unconventional Care: The Mission of the NYS Inebriate Asylum

Curated by Claire L. Kovacs, Curator of Collections and Exhibitions

A.D. Wheeler (American, b. 1964), NYS Inebriate Asylum, Binghamton, NY: Reclaiming, 2013 (printed 2015), infused aluminum, museum purchase with funds donated by Ruth and Joseph Castanheira.

 

     
     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Updated: 9/29/22