01 The Andy Warhol Museum


Genesis Breyer P-Orridge: S/HE IS HER/E

Through September 15, 2013

Reception: Sunday, July 15, 2012, 3–5pm

H/er first solo museum exhibition, S/HE IS HER/E, showcases the breadth of P-Orridge’s art practice through over 100 works, dating from the mid-1970s to the present. P-Orridge has reinvented and reintroduced h/erself as groundbreaking performance artist, pioneer of industrial music, "wrecker of civilization", essayist, and most recently as pandrogyne. Genesis has performed in a number of music projects including Throbbing Gristle, Psychic TV and Pigface. A central focus for the exhibition is the Pandrogyne project—a complex and highly ambitious series of collaborative artworks by P-Orridge and his wife Lady Jaye Breyer P-Orridge (1969 – 2007).



ROB PRUITT: An American Folk Artist

May 3–July 14, 2012

Reception: Thursday, June 27, 6–8pm

Since the early 1990s, Rob Pruitt has employed a post-Pop sensibility to playfully satirize the art world and its ambivalent relation to celebrity and popular culture. His AAM exhibition is his first ever solo museum survey, and simultaneously charts a path through the artist’s diverse oeuvre and stays true to the spirit of disruption long central to his practice.


May 3–July 14, 2012

Reception: Thursday, June 27, 6–8pm

Originally trained as a painter, Djordjadze is best known for creating sculptural installations that combine found and constructed elements in carefully choreographed settings. Her installations often suggest fragmentary arrangements of furniture and other functional objects, oscillating between such categories as abstraction and decoration, model and reality, process and product. This is Djordjadze’s first major solo exhibition in North America.

LORNA SIMPSON: Works on Paper

2013 Jane and Marc Nathanson Distinguished Artist in Residence

July 26–September 22

Reception: Thursday, July 25, 6–8pm

Lorna Simpson: Works on Paper highlights a recent body of work that explores the complex relationship between the photographic archive and processes of self-fashioning. This will be the first museum exhibition dedicated to Simpson’s drawings and collages and will be accompanied by a fully illustrated, scholarly catalogue.


July 26 – September 22

Reception: Thursday, July 25, 6 – 8 pm

In her paintings and painted objects, Hayley Tompkins emphasizes the energy found in small things and economical gestures. From sticks and scraps of wood to spoons and mobile phone casings, her choice of support insistently draws attention to the boundary between painting and reality. Her AAM exhibition will be her first solo presentation in a North American institution.



Objectify: A Look into the Permanent Collection
Through March 30, 2015
Part of the year-long celebration of the Museum’s 110th anniversary, Objectify is a major new exhibition of some of the most significant and fascinating objects from the Museum’s holdings of more than 40,000 artworks, specimens, and artifacts, ranging from an Egyptian mummy to 20th-century paintings and photographs.

PaperWorks: The Art and Science of an Extraordinary Material
June 15 – October 26
PaperWorks: The Art and Science of an Extraordinary Material is a new exhibition that explores paper as a source of creative inspiration and innovation. PaperWorks features compelling contemporary works of art by more than 30 artists, all fashioned from paper, as well as an array of objects and artifacts that show the uses of paper in industry, science, fashion, and technology.



Window into Houston: Clarissa Tossin: Blind Spot
5/9 – 7/24
Opening reception and remarks by the artist: Wednesday, May 8, 7:30 – 9:30 pm
Often appearing in lower-income areas as an economically savvy strategy to block out the bright Texas sun, foil-covered windows suggested complex issues of location, class, history, and taste to Tossin.. Tossin aims to reveal and unsettle the invisible supporting structures of urban life, capital, and modernity.

andy coolquitt: attainable excellence
5/18 – 8/24
Public Opening and Reception: May 17, 2013, 6 – 9 pm
For his debut at Blaffer Art Museum, the artist’s first solo museum exhibition, Coolquitt will recombine 60 discrete sculptures and tableaux made between 2006 and 2011 into a site-specific installation which, in its singularity and temporariness, reflects on the condition of the gallery space as a codified place of encounter for people and works of art.

Pamela Fraser: The Fourth Dimension was Ha-Ha, in Other Words, That it is Laughter
6/1 – 7/27
Public Opening and Reception: Friday, May 31, 2013, 6 – 9 pm
Pamela Fraser’s first solo museum show introduces a selection of large and small-scale paintings, drawings, and “cut-outs.”. Drawing its title from Robert Smithson’s 1966 essay “Entropy and the New Monuments,” the exhibition seeks similar speculative moments where the deliberate might inspire the spontaneous.

Feast: Radical Hospitality in Contemporary Art Organized by the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago, Feast defines an important new category of contemporary artistic practice – the artist-orchestrated meal.



Lari Pittman: A Decorated Chronology

May 24 – August 11

Internationally celebrated for the use of exuberant color and painstaking detail to address contentious subjects such as sexuality, desire, and violence, Pittman’s paintings combine a visual breathlessness with a sophisticated formal logic to intertwine the personal and the political.

Mika Taanila: Tomorrow’s New Dawn

May 24 – August 11

This is the first solo U.S. museum exhibition of renowned Finnish contemporary artist and documentary filmmaker Mika Taanila, who creates works in film, video, photography, sound, and installation that investigate various technological developments and the innovators behind them.

Kerry James Marshall

May 24 – July 7

One of America’s most significant living artists, Chicago-based Kerry James Marshall is internationally celebrated for a sophisticated and diverse body of work in a broad range of media informed by African-American life and history, popular culture, and art history. His project will be a new, multidimensional installation specifically created for CAM’s space.

Josh Faught: Snacks, Supports, and Something to Rally Around

July 10 – August 11

San Francisco-based St. Louis native Josh Faught creates exuberant large-scale textile works using an array of techniques and materials to demonstrate the ability of textiles to be the source of both personal comfort and political agitation. Faught will present a new body of work at CAM.



The Lunder Collection: A Gift of Art to Colby College

7/13/13 – 6/8/14

The Lunder Collection: A Gift of Art to Colby College, installed in the new Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion and the Lunder Wing, commemorates the formal transfer of an extraordinary gift of more than 500 works of art to the Colby College Museum of Art. On view will be paintings, works on paper and sculptures by American masters as well as important contemporary works. The exhibition is accompanied by a richly illustrated book of collection highlights, with essays by noted curators and art historians.



Ellsworth Kelly: Prints

May 24, 2013 – September 8, 2013

This is the first retrospective of the artist’s prolific printmaking career since the late 1980s. All the prints come from the collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer of Portland, Oregon. The exhibition coincides with the publication of the updated catalogue raisonné of Kelly’s work.



Dia:Beacon Celebrates 10 Years
Ten years after Dia:Beacon opened its doors, Dia Art Foundation will inaugurate an anniversary celebration encompassing a yearlong schedule of exhibitions, programs, and events. A new installation of embroidered works and large-scale works on paper by Alighiero e Boetti will be on view at Dia:Beacon 5/18/13 – 2/17/14. Selected from Dia’s collection, the works include Ammazzare il Tempo (1978), Mappa (1972), Opera Postale (1980), Untitled (January–December) (1986), and the groundbreaking Untitled (Victoria Boogie Woogie) (1972), consisting of 5,040 envelopes the artist mailed to himself in Turin from different cities in Italy. Upcoming highlights include Mitch McEwen on Robert Irwin (6/8); Community Free Day presented in collaboration with Glynwood, and Frances Richard on Louise Lawler (7/13); and Anastasia Aukeman on Bernd and Hilla Becher (8/10).

09 Falling Water


House tours are available daily except Wednesday from 10 am until 4 pm now through November 30th, Friday, Saturday and Sunday in December and the week between Christmas and New Year’s Day. Two hour In-depth tour, one hour regular tour, Sunset Tour, Brunch Tour and lectures are available.  Advance ticket purchase or reservations are essential to guarantee admission. Design in Harmony with Nature: Education at Fallingwater exhibition in the Visitor Center Gallery from mid-June through September.  

10 Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park


Richard Serra Acquisition

Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park is honored to announce the acquisition of a major piece Equal Intervals, Equal Elevations by the eminent American sculptor, Richard Serra.

Bernar Venet at Meijer Gardens

Through October 2013

Five colossal works are on display on the front lawn by the acclaimed French Sculptor.

Looking East, Facing West: the World of Zhang Huan

Through August 25, 2013

Themes of physical endurance and spiritual tranquility, Chinese history and heritage, and an interest in and reverence for Buddhism inform Huan’s repertoire. While works of sculpture are central to this presentation several of the artist’s paintings and photographs will also be featured. This exhibition is organized by Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in cooperation with the artist and Pace Gallery, New York, Beijing and London.

11 Guild Hall Museum


John Alexander
6/15 – 7/28
John Alexander is a visionary artist whose paintings, watercolors, drawings and prints most often contain representational imagery that have Surreal elements incorporated into their multi-layered narratives. For the Guild Hall exhibition, Alexander is creating a new body of work that incorporates natural landscapes.

Artists & Writers: They Played in the Game
6/15 – 7/28
East Hampton’s beloved Artists & Writers Softball Game will take to the field for its 65th annual game on August 17. In celebration, the Museum at Guild Hall opens an exhibition featuring works from our permanent collection of artists who have played in the game, along with works that are on loan. The show is co-curated by Elena Prohaska Glinn and Christina Mossaides Strassfield, Museum Director/Chief Curator of Guild Hall.

Joel Perlman
6/15 – 10/14
Joel Perlman’s sculptures will be on display in the Frieda and Roy Furman Sculpture Garden, open daily, and the Wasserstein Family Gallery, open during museum hours.

Chuck Close
8/10 – 10/14
Recent paintings, prints and tapestries by Chuck Close. He has been a part-time resident of the East End for more than 40 years.

12 International Center of Photography


A Different Kind of Order: The ICP Triennial
through 9/22

Every three years, ICP's curators round up some of the most interesting contemporary photography and video works from around the world. The 2013 Triennial, A Different Kind of Order, focuses on artworks created in our current moment of widespread economic, social, and political instability. The exhibition will include 28 international artists who employ photography, film, video, and interactive media. Many of their works reflect the growing importance of new paradigms associated with digital image making and network culture. A Different Kind of Order is organized by Kristen Lubben, Christopher Phillips, Carol Squiers, and Joanna Lehan.



Chiharu Shiota
Opening 7/13
Reception: 7/12
Sampsonia Way is a site-specific installation by Chiharu Shiota which focuses on the body with relation to place and space. Incorporating her experience working with performance artist Marina Abramovic in Germany, and the influence of traditional Japanese Butoh dance, Shiota creates environments that blur the distinction between object and space, as well as self and environment.

Detroit: Artists in Residence
Opening 9/13
Reception: 9/12
The Mattress Factory celebrates its 35th anniversary with an exhibition of work by Detroit-based artists Design 99, Jessica Frelinghuysen, Scott Hocking, Nicola Kuperus and Adam Lee Miller, Russ Orlando and Frank Pahl, who are all reacting to the swift socioeconomic changes in their city, creating work freely in an environment burgeoning with opportunity.

Ongoing Permanent Installations include works by world-renowned artists Yayoi Kusama, Greer Lankton, Winifred Lutz and James Turrell.

Janine Antoni
Opening 9/13
Reception: 9/12
Janine Antoni's work often explores traditionally feminine roles and celebrates the physical act of creating art. Her work, which is always labor-intensive and often involves her body, combines whatever media best suit her creative goals—sculpture, installation, performance, photography and video—to explore and inspire reflection on enduring and contemporary subjects. For her project at the Mattress Factory—curated by Margery King—Antoni will install all of the special exhibition galleries at the museum's annex at 1414 Monterey Street. A native of Freeport, Bahamas, Janine Antoni now lives and works in New York City.



Forrest Bess: Seeing Things Invisible
April 19 – August 18, 2013

Byzantine Things in the World
May 3 – August 18, 2013

Late Surrealism
May 24 – August 25, 2013



Tradition/Innovation: American Masterpieces of Southern Craft and Traditional Art
6/8 – 9/1
Tradition/Innovation: American Masterpieces of Southern Craft and Traditional Art is a celebration of master craftspeople and artists in the South. This exhibition introduces museum visitors to a surprising range of contemporary artwork—everything from a Mardi Gras Indian costume and glass to baskets, quilts, ceramics, books, and silver work.

The Gladness of Nature: Paintings by Honor Marks
7/27 – 10/6
Drawing her inspiration from writers Annie Dillard, Edward Abbey, and Madeleine L'Engle and a host of botanical and natural history painters, Honor "transforms meticulous field study into bold, yet sensitive paintings of some of our most beautiful and rare botanical specimens," according to Burton Moore of the Audubon Gallery in Charleston.

Richard Jolley and Tommie Rush: The Art of Glass
8/9 – 11/10
The Art of Glass features sculpture by two of the leading contemporary artists working in this demanding medium, husband and wife Richard Jolley and Tommie Rush. In 2011, the Mobile Museum of Art in Mobile, Alabama, organized a joint retrospective exhibition of the work of both artists. They live and work in Knoxville, Tennessee.



through 7/28
A new public sculpture for the city of Detroit and an accompanying exhibition of videos and documentation.

Mobile Homestead is a permanent art work by the late Mike Kelley located on the grounds of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit. It's both a public sculpture and a private, personal architecture – based on the artist's childhood home on Palmer Road in Westland, a neighborhood which primarily housed workers for the Big Three auto makers: Ford, Chrysler and General Motors.



5/25 – 9/23
Great Hall: Chico MacMurtrie: Chrysalis
East Wing: Ken Shorr: The Tucson Years



Platform: Josephine Meckseper
July 4–October 14, 2013
Five sculptural works installed in the outdoor gallery, lobby, and permanent collection galleries.

Angels, Demons, and Savages: Pollock, Ossorio, Dubuffet
July 21–October 27, 2013
This exhibition explores the cross-cultural artistic dialogue among American painter Jackson Pollock, Philippines-born artist and art patron Alfonso Ossorio, and French painter and sculptor Jean Dubuffet.

Michelle Stuart: Drawn from Nature
July 21–October 27, 2013
An exhibition of sixty works from the 1960s to the present by the internationally acclaimed artist.

Parrish Road Show: Sydney Albertini—And Also, I Have No Idea
August 11–September 2
A quasi-theater set of Albertini’s soft sculptures and costumes at a site in East Hampton.

Parrish Road Show: Almond Zigmund—Interruptions Repeated
August 25–September 10
Objects from Zigmund’s studio, compiled into sculptural forms and relocated to a nineteenth-century building in Sag Harbor.

19 The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts


Donald Judd: The Multicolored Works

May 10, 2013 – January 4, 2014

The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts presents the first exhibition devoted exclusively to Donald Judd’s multicolored works. Curated by Marianne Stockebrand, the exhibition features an extraordinary group of more than 50 works created by Judd between 1984 and 1992. Included are wall-mounted works and a large floor piece from private and public collections across the United States and Europe, and rarely seen collages and drawings from the Judd Foundation's archive.

Free and open to the public. Wednesdays, 12– 5 pm, Saturdays, 10 am – 5 pm



Summer of Love: Psychedelic Posters from SCMA

June 14 – September 15

Featuring 70 original works by some of the major California poster artists of the 1960s, this exhibition explores the American counterculture through a popular visual medium that vividly evokes a particular time and place. In their attempts to target disaffected youth in the Bay Area, the artists who created the original posters on view graphically captured life in San Francisco during the late 1960s through the lens of the era’s rock concerts, drug use, and cultural gatherings. Psychedelic posters served as a kind of visual social media of their time, attracting and linking their main audience: young people in San Francisco. At the same time—with their provocative imagery and messages, inventive typography, and distinctive palette—the posters gained attention far beyond San Francisco where they were first posted or distributed.

Framework IX: Restoring the Boundaries

May 10– November 3, 2013

Framework IX showcases this year’s results of the Museum’s frame conservation apprenticeship program. In this program, now in its ninth year, Smith College and other Five-College students are trained by Chief Preparator William Myers and Associate Director David Dempsey in the techniques of frame conservation. Featured in this installation is an historically accurate frame created for Childe Hassam’s Headlands at Appledore (1907), a bequest of Smith alumna Priscilla Mason (class of 1935). Two frames were also carefully conserved, an English frame surrounding Robert Smirke’s Scene from Cibber’s “The Provoked Husband” (late 18th century), and the American frame for Albert Bierstadt’s Echo Lake, Franconia Mountains, New Hampshire (1861).



Tomory Dodge & Denyse Thomasos: Directions to a Dirty Place
3/22 – 9/1
Organized by SECCA; Curated by Steven Matijcio
Paint can be both the image and the “stuff” of structure, moving between representation of place, and place itself. The work of Denver-born, Los Angeles-based artist Tomory Dodge and Trinidad-born, New York-based artist Denyse Thomasos slide between these poles in highly evocative ways.

Hedieh Javanshir Ilchi: A leaf from my rose garden
6/21 – 9/1
Organized by SECCA; Curated by Steven Matijcio
Meeting in the garden paradises of Islamic myth, Ilchi marries contrasting traditions of ornamental Persian painting with the defiant splatters and pours of Western abstraction.

reGeneration2: Tomorrow’s Photographers Today
6/21 – 9/15
This exhibition was produced by the Musée de l’Elysée, Lausanne, in collaboration with the Aperture Foundation, New York
reGeneration2 showcases young practitioners focusing on major themes as diverse as the urban environment, identity, globalization, memory, as well as their hybrid techniques, which allow them to obscure as never before the distinction between reality and fiction.



Artist-Designed Mini Golf
May 23 – September 8, 2013
The Walker celebrates the 25th anniversary of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden with a fresh round of artist-designed mini golf.

Painter Painter
Through October 27, 2013
The Walker’s first group painting show in over a decade features new work by 15 artists from the US and Europe in a focused survey of emergent developments in abstract painting and studio practice.

Abraham Cruzvillegas: The Autoconstrucción Suites
Through September 22
Over 30 sculptures and installations from one of the most important artists to come out of Mexico’s vibrant art scene.

The Museum of Non Participation: The New Deal
Through July 14
Karen Mirza and Brad Butler transform a gallery into a multilayered installation and evolving social space that interrogates the shifting allegiances, contracts, and “new deals” between nation states and their citizens in the US debut of their ongoing project.

23 Weatherspoon Art Museum


The Penetrating Gaze
Through 6/16

Head to Head
Through 6/23

the kids are all right: an exhibition about family and photography
6/1 – 8/18

Arlene Shechet: That Time
6/15 – 9/15

Art History: Redux
6/29 – 10/20

Resolutely Matisse
7/6 – 9/29

Nira Pereg: Abraham Abraham / Sarah Sarah
6/15 – 9/15

24 Yerba Buena Center for the Arts


Migrating Identities
6/28 – 9/29
In this exhibition, eight artists actively negotiate their relationships with two or more different cultures and the influence of each on their individual lives. The work of these artists, all of whom are in their late 30s and early 40s, forms a sampling of a generation’s response to the role of cultural diversity in the U.S.

Kota Ezawa: Boardwalk
6/28/13 – November 2015
Kota Ezawa rebuilds a side view of the Seaside Heights boardwalk, which was devastated during Hurricane Sandy, in YBCA’s Sculpture Court. Restoring the boardwalk by proxy, the project, in the artist’s words, acts as a type of "visual disaster relief."

Thiago Rocha Pitta: The Domain of Silence
7/12 – 9/8
By installing two empty tents facing each other in the gallery, with all sides entirely closed off--barring the entrances and exits--the sculpture negates its utility as a shelter. Installed alone in an empty gallery, the sculptures seem suspended, without any purpose, silent.

25 Gibbes Museum of Art


The Spoleto Watercolors of Stephen Mueller and Carl Palazzolo
on view through September 15, 2013