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Past Exhibitions

Past exhibitions from the

June 6, 1999, to July 11, 1999 |

20 x 24: Recent Portraits by Lyle Ashton Harris

20 x 24: Recent Portraits by Lyle Ashton Harris is the first major public presentation of a selection of images from the new series of unique Polaroid portraits begun by the photographer in the Fall of 1998.

June 6, 1999, to September 12, 1999 |

The Nude in Contemporary Art

The exhibition The Nude in Contemporary Art explores the way nudity allows for discussions of childhood and old age, innocence and experience, and mundane reality and fantasy.

March 21, 1999, to May 23, 1999 |

Alexis Rockman: A Recent History of the World

Alexis Rockman: A Recent History of the World was on view at The Aldrich from March 21, 1999 to May 23, 1999.

January 24, 1999, to March 14, 1999 |

Future-Present: Contemporary Photographs of Children from the Reader’s Digest Collection

The works included in this exhibition represent only a part of the vintage, modern, and contemporary photographic imagery owned by Reader's Digest. This exhibition marks the first time that a significant portion of the Reader's Digest photography collection has been assembled for public view.

January 24, 1999, to May 23, 1999 |

Ann Hamilton: Whitecloth, 1998 Larry Aldrich Foundation Award Exhibition

Ann Hamilton: Whitecloth: 1998 Larry Aldrich Foundation Award Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from January 24, 1999, to May 23, 1999.

September 13, 1998, to January 3, 1999 |

Here: Artist’s Interventions at the Aldrich Museum

Here: Artist’s Interventions at the Aldrich Museum was on view at The Aldrich from September 13, 1998, to January 3, 1999.

September 13, 1998, to January 3, 1999 |

Roy Lichtenstein: Prints from the Collection of John & Kimiko Powers

This exhibition is a selection of Lichtenstein's multiple-editioned works from 1964 to 1996, chosen from the collection of John & Kimiko Powers, who have assembled one of the most significant private collections of the artist's work.

June 7, 1998, to August 30, 1998 |

Pop Surrealism

Pop Surrealism explores the grotesque body; surrealist icons of popular culture; and surreal comics and the influence of 'low art' underground comics on 'high art.'

June 7, 1998, to July 18, 1998 |

Melissa Marks, The Adventures of Volitia: Heroic Burlesque

Melissa Marks, The Adventures of Volitia: Heroic Burlesque was on view at The Aldrich June 7, 1998, to July 18, 1998.

April 19, 1998, to May 31, 1998 |

YaZOO!: James Grashow

YaZOO!: James Grashow was on view at The Aldrich from April 19, 1998, to May 31, 1998.

January 18, 1998, to March 15, 1998 |

Mark Bennett: TV Sets and the Suburban Dream

Mark Bennett: TV Sets and the Suburban Dream was on view at The Aldrich from January 18, 1998 to March 15, 1998.

January 18, 1998 to May 24, 1998 |

Large-Scale Drawings from the Collection of Wynn Kramarsky

Large-Scale Drawings from the Collection of Wynn Kramarsky was on view at The Aldrich from January 18, 1998, to May 24, 1998.

January 18, 1998, to May 24, 1998 |

Robert Gober: The 1996 Larry Aldrich Foundation Award Exhibition

Robert Gober: The 1996 Larry Aldrich Foundation Award Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from January 18, 1998, to May 24, 1998.

November 16, 1997, to January 11, 1998 |

Eleven from The New Yorker

The Aldrich is pleased to present Eleven from The New Yorker, on view from November 16, 1997, to January 11, 1998.

September 14, 1997, to October 31, 1997 |

Best of the Season: Selected Work from 1996-97 Gallery Exhibitions

The Aldrich is pleased to present Best of the Season: Selected Work from 1996-97 Gallery Exhibitions on view from September 14, 1997, to October 31, 1997.

September 14, 1997, to November 9, 1997 |

Aaron Birnbaum: Paintings 1960–1996

The Aldrich is pleased to present Aaron Birnbaum: Paintings 1960–1996, on view from September 14, 1997, to November 9, 1997

June 29, 1997, to July 20, 1997 |

Weir Farm 1997 Visiting Artists

The Aldrich is pleased to present Weir Farm 1997 Visiting Artists on view from June 29, 1997, to July 20, 1997.

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Visionary Drawing: Chris Hipkiss, Howard Johnson & Peter Sparre

The Aldrich is pleased to present Visionary Drawing: Chris Hipkiss, Howard Johnson & Peter Sparre, on view from May 4, 1997, to June 25, 1997.

May 4, 1997, to August 31, 1997 |

Bruce Nauman: 1985-1996, Drawings, Prints, and Related Works

Bruce Nauman: 1985-1996, Drawings, Prints, and Related Works was on view at The Aldrich from May 4, 1997, to August 31, 1997.

January 19, 1997, to April 16, 1997 |

Roland Flexner: Figures & Vanitas

Flexner's work is marked by the artist's delicate and deliberate touch, and by the intellectual richness he brings to his craft.

January 19, 1997, to April 20, 1997 |

Robert Cottingham: An American Alphabet

Through form, color, and content, Robert Cottingham: An American Alphabet explores the complex relationship between symbols, objects, and their representation.

January 19, 1997, to April 20, 1997 |

Making It Real

Making It Real was on view at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum from January 19, 1997, to April 20, 1997.

November 10, 1996, to January 5, 1997 |

Beyond Narrative: Photographs of Jenny Lynn & Jill Mathis

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Beyond Narrative: Photographs of Jenny Lynn & Jill Mathis on view from November 10, 1996, to January 5, 1997.

September 15, 1996, to November 3, 1996 |

Ivan Chermayeff: Recent Collages

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Ivan Chermayeff: Recent Collages on view from September 15, 1996, to November 3, 1996.

September 15, 1996, to January 5, 1997 |

Landscape Reclaimed: New Approaches to an Artistic Tradition

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Landscape Reclaimed: New Approaches to an Artistic Tradition on view from September 15, 1996, to January 5, 1997.

May 19, 1996 to September 1, 1996 |

No Doubt

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present No Doubt, on view from May 19, 1996, to September 1, 1996.

January 21, 1996 to May 5, 1996 |

In The Flesh

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present In The Flesh, on view from January 21, 1996, to May 5, 1996.

October 1, 1995, to January 7, 1996 |

Living with Contemporary Art

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Living with Contemporary Art on view from October 1, 1995, to January 7, 1996.

October 1, 1995, to December 15, 1995 |

Weir Farm Visiting Artists

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Weir Farm Visiting Artists, on view from October 1, 1995, to December 15, 1995.

June 24, 1995, to September 17, 1995 |

Transmissions from Austria

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Transmissions from Austria on view from June 24, 1995, to September 17, 1995.

May 20, 1995, to September 17, 1995 |

Inside Out: Psychological Self-Portraiture

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Inside Out: Psychological Self-Portraiture on view from May 20, 1995, to September 17, 1995.

January 22, 1995, to February 26, 1995 |

Michael Mazur: The Inferno

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Michael Mazur: The Inferno on view from January 22, 1995, to February 26, 1995.

January 22, 1995, to April 2, 1995 |

Rick Shaefer: Constructed Landscapes

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Rick Shaefer: Constructed Landscapes on view from January 22, 1995, to April 2, 1995.

January 22, 1995, to May 7, 1995 |

Drawn on the Museum

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Drawn on the Museum on view from January 22, 1995, to May 7, 1995.

October 2, 1994 to January 8, 1995 |

Promising Suspects

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Promising Suspects on view from October 2, 1994, to January 8, 1995.

May 14, 1994, to September 18, 1994 |

30 Years: Art in the Present Tense

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present 30 Years: Art in the Present Tense on view from May 14, 1994, to September 18, 1994.

January 23, 1994, to May 1, 1994 |

In The Lineage of Eva Hesse

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present In The Lineage of Eva Hesse on view from January 23, 1994, to May 1, 1994.

October 10, 1993, to January 9, 1994 |

Timely and Timeless

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Timely and Timeless on view from October 10, 1993, to January 9, 1994.

May 23, 1993, to September 26, 1993 |

Fall from Fashion

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Fall from Fashion on view from May 23, 1993, to September 26, 1993.

January 24, 1993, to May 2, 1993 |

Simply Made in America

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Simply Made in America on view from January 24, 1993, to May 2, 1993.

January 24, 1993, to May 2, 1993 |

Impermanence: Andy Goldsworthy & Merrill Wagner

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Impermanence: Andy Goldsworthy & Merrill Wagner on view from January 24, 1993, to May 2, 1993.

October 4, 1992, to January 10, 1993 |

Four Friends: Eric Fischl, April Gornik, Bryan Hunt & Ralph Gibson

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Four Friends: Eric Fischl, April Gornik, Bryan Hunt & Ralph Gibson on view from October 4, 1992, to January 10, 1993.

May 16, 1992, to September 20, 1992 |

Quotations: The Second History of Art

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Quotations: The Second History of Art on view from May 16, 1992, to September 20, 1992.

January 26, 1992, to May 3, 1992 |

x6 = New Directions in Multiples

x6 = New Directions in Multiples singles out six publishers with widely varying points of view. The publisher is a player in the final product and subtly affects their creation.

October 6, 1991, to January 12, 1992 |

The Loti and Victor Smorgon Collection of Contemporary Australian Art

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present The Loti and Victor Smorgon Collection of Contemporary Australian Art on view from October 6, 1991, to January 12, 1992.

May 18, 1991, to September 22, 1991 |

Landscapes of Consequence: David T. Hanson, Robert Glenn Ketchum, David Maisel, and Richard Misrach

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Landscapes of Consequence: David T. Hanson, Robert Glenn Ketchum, David Maisel, and Richard Misrach on view from May 18, 1991, to September 22, 1991.

May 18, 1991, to September 22, 1991 |

The Art of Advocacy

The Art of Advocacy reflects the changes in the political climate that started in the late 1980's and brings greater visibility to artists who previously worked at the edge of the art world.

January 20, 1991, to May 5, 1991 |

California Artists: William T. Wiley, Mike Kelley and Brad Dunning

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present California Artists: William T. Wiley, Mike Kelley and Brad Dunning on view from January 20, 1991, to May 5, 1991.