Through
August 21

Works by Alan Saret ’66, Gordon Matta-Clark ’68, and Louise Lawler ’69, all College of Architecture, Art, and Planning alumni, are on view in conjunction with a college-wide exhibition.

Through
August 21

For sixty years, Joan Semmel (American, born 1932) has steadfastly pursued her “self” through painting. This exhibition is her first retrospective.

Through
August 21

Combining works of art from Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas, Powering Exchange explores how art across cultures may confer power and prestige, facilitate trade and exchange, or effect bodily, social, or spiritual transformation.

Through
October 16

This 2011 portfolio of twenty Bangladeshi artists reflects and expands the contours of the spirit and culture of Bangladesh.

Through
December 4

On the occasion of the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Partition of India, this exhibition explores the legacy of the British colonialism on the modern-day countries of Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh.

Through
December 18

Curated by Timothy Murray, this series dwells on the shifting knowledge structures of media art practices that are threatened by stifling technological, capital, and political frameworks.

Ongoing

Visible day and night, 12,000 white LED lights transform the ceiling of the Mallin Sculpture Court with complex movement and dazzling patterns.