Exhibitions

A painting of a woman wearing a white tunic and dark blue veil reading a book she holds in her hands.

Further Reading: From the Andes to the Caribbean

Horace D. Ballard, organizer of From the Andes to the Caribbean: American Art from the Spanish Empire, shares a list of reading recommendations that add dimension to the exhibition.

By Horace D. Ballard

A woman in a black shirt cuts a display mount with a hacksaw, with a work cart next to her

A Tribute to Those Who Build Our Stuff

How do custom gallery furnishings, such as pedestals and special mounts, make the journey from design to visitor appreciation? Through good craftsmanship.

By Elie Glyn

A black and white lithograph portrays an adult male with shoulder-length hair and a goatee. The text at bottom left reads “No I disagree.”

Brandywine: Inspiring Collaboration and Community

Members of the team that developed the exhibition Prints from the Brandywine Workshop and Archives talk about the creative ways they worked together, inspired by the collaborative approach of the Brandywine Workshop.

By Hannah Chew

A blue-saturated photograph of a desert landscape at night with a winding road in the foreground and mountains in the background. A blue-saturated photograph of a desert landscape at night with a winding road in the foreground and mountains in the background. In large white letters at the top are the words “Devour the Land” and text at the bottom reads “War and American Landscape Photography since 1970” and “September 17, 2021–¬January 16, 2022.”

Devour the Land: An Introduction

Curator Makeda Best, alongside commentary from photographers Nina Berman, Sharon Stewart, and Robert Del Tredici, briefly introduces the Devour the Land exhibition.