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September 26, 2020April 4, 2021
Peabody Essex Museum
The Salem Witch Trials 1692 presents rarely-exhibited documents and objects from the museum’s collection to reveal tragic, true stories told through the perspective of the accused and the accusers.
November 13, 2020April 4, 2021
Whitney Museum of American Art
Primarily making intimate oil-on-panel works, Toor expands the tradition of figurative painting by melding sketch-like immediacy with disarming detail to create affecting views of young, queer Brown men living in New York City and South Asia.
September 9, 2021April 5, 2021
Bronx Museum of the Arts
Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch is the first survey of quilt-based works by the New York-based interdisciplinary artist.
December 18, 2020April 5, 2021
Kunsthaus Zürich
She was one of the leading female painters of her generation and the most important Swiss female portrait artist of the early modern era. Her name: Ottilie W. Roederstein.
December 13, 2020April 10, 2021
Museum of Modern Art
Engineer, Agitator, Constructor will showcase the activities of historical avant-gardes, including galvanizing works of Dada, Bauhaus, De Stijl, Futurism, and Russian Constructivism, and highlights such figures as Aleksandr Rodchenko, Lyubov Popova, John Heartfield, and Hannah Höch.
September 24, 2020April 11, 2021
Portland Art Museum
Drawn from the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection and important private collections, this exhibition of the the Joryū Hanga Kyōkai unearths a critical, dynamic, and understudied episode of modern printmaking history.
November 14, 2020April 11, 2021
Menil Drawing Institute
The Menil Collection is pleased to present Silent Revolutions: Italian Drawings from the Twentieth Century, the first large-scale survey of twentieth-century Italian drawings mounted in the United States.
November 21, 2020April 11, 2021
Joslyn Art Museum
Revisiting America: The Prints of Currier & Ives explores how the largest printmaking company in nineteenth-century America visualized the nation’s social, political, and industrial fabric.
January 2, 2021April 25, 2021
Phoenix Art Museum
Featuring more than 50 individual works spanning 200 years by both European and American artists, the exhibition will feature some of the most revered names in art history, including Paul Cézanne, Edvard Munch, Paul Klee, Louise Nevelson, Robert Rauschenberg, and many others.
October 17, 2020April 26, 2021
Art Institute of Chicago
DRIVES is South African artist Jo Ractliffe’s first-ever retrospective, featuring more than 100 works of photography, video, book art, and multimedia installation.