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Important Update

Past Exhibitions

Past exhibitions from the

October 31, 2009 to November 29, 2009 |

Ted Victoria: INFESTATION

Ted Victoria: INFESTATION was on view at The Aldrich from October 31, 2009 to November 29, 2009.

June 21, 2009 to September 16, 2009 |

Tom Sachs: Cameras

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum will offer a snapshot of Tom Sachs’s work that focuses exclusively on cameras, opening on June 21, 2009.

June 2, 2009 to September 20, 2009 |

Charlie White: OMG BFF LOL–Video A

Charlie White: OMG BFF LOL–Video A was on view at The Aldrich from June 2, 2009 to September 20, 2009.

February 28, 2009 to September 13, 2009 |

Robert Lazzarini: Guns and Knives

Robert Lazzarini: Guns and Knives was on view at The Aldrich from February 2, 2009 to September 13, 2009.

February 21, 2009 to May 31, 2009 |

Alejandro Diaz: Blame it on Mexico

Alejandro Diaz: Blame it on Mexico was on view at The Aldrich from February 21, 2009 to May 31, 2009.

February 14, 2009 to May 31, 2009 |

Dave Cole: Flags of the World

Dave Cole: Flags of the World was on view at The Aldrich from February 14, 2009 to May 31, 2009.

February 14, 2009 to May 31, 2009 |

David Taylor: Frontier/Frontera

Frontier/Frontera is an ongoing project that reevaluates the narratives that make up our understanding of the American West, with particular attention to the U.S./Mexico borderlands.

February 7, 2009 to May 24, 2009 |

Frank Poor: Enon Cemetery–Main Street Sculpture Project

Frank Poor: Enon Cemetery–Main Street Sculpture Project was on view at The Aldrich from February 7, 2009 to May 24, 2009.

December 14, 2008 to May 31, 2009 |

Harry Shearer: The Silent Echo Chamber–Video A

Harry Shearer: The Silent Echo Chamber–Video A was on view at The Aldrich from December 14, 2008 to May 31, 2009.

December 14, 2008 to May 25, 2009 |

Kwang-Young Chun: The Soul–Journey to America

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to announce that noted Korean artist Kwang-Young Chun has created his largest free-standing paper sculpture to date.

November 28, 2008 to June 7, 2009 |

Full Circle: Ten Years of Radius

Full Circle: Ten Years of Radius was on view at The Aldrich from November 28, 2008 to June 7, 2009.

September 14, 2008 to February 15, 2009 |

Lars Fisk: Trashbags

Lars Fisk: Trashbags was on view at The Aldrich from September 14, 2008 to February 15, 2009.

September 14, 2008 to February 8, 2009 |

Huma Bhabha: 2008 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to announce the selection of Huma Bhabha as the recipient of the Museum’s 2008 Emerging Artist Award.

September 14, 2008 to February 2, 2009 |

Karin Davie: Symptomania

Karin Davie is best known for her exuberant, colorful, and evocative paintings that use undulating stripes and contorted gestures to obsessively animate the canvas and immerse the viewer.

August 10, 2008 to December 7, 2008 |

Miguel Soares and Letha Wilson: Video A

Miguel Soares and Letha Wilson: Video A was on view at The Aldrich from August 10, 2008 to December 7, 2008.

August 10, 2008 to November 30, 2008 |

Paul Ramírez Jonas: ABRACADABRA–I Create as I Speak

Consisting of sheets of paper tiled to represent an image of the moon, upon closer inspection, the design is made up of text that reads, “I Create as I Speak.” A single sheet is removed from the wall and rests on a lectern, with a microphone and a portable amplifier, inviting the viewer to interact with the work.

August 10, 2008 to February 8, 2009 |

Peggy Preheim: Little Black Book

The Aldrich is pleased to present Peggy Preheim: Little Black Book, the first Museum exhibition to fully explore the wide range of Preheim’s very delicate and intensely private work.

July 29, 2008 to September 7, 2008 | July 29, 2008, to September 7, 2008

The Bird Collector: Ridgefield’s 300th Year Anniversary Exhibition

The Museum revisits a major work by artist Bill Barrette entitled The Bird Collector.

June 22, 2008 to November 16, 2008 |

Elizabeth Peyton: Portrait of an Artist

Fashion, fame, and photography reconvene in this exhibition of the artist’s photographs.

April 29, 2008 to July 13, 2008 | April 29, 2008, to July 13, 2008

Serge Spitzer: Still Life

Still Life involves tens of thousands of tennis balls. The installation animates both space and meaning as circumstances cause the tennis balls to travel through the world.

March 9, 2008 to August 31, 2008 |

Gary Panter: Daydream Trap

Gary Panter: Daydream Trap presents 17 paintings and 19 comics pages made since 1996.

March 9, 2008 to August 10, 2008 |

Ester Partegàs: The Invisible

Ester Partegàs: The Invisible was on view at The Aldrich from March 9, 2008, to August 10, 2008.

March 9, 2008 to July 22, 2008 |

Halsey Burgund: ROUND

ROUND is part museum audio tour and part participatory audio blog commissioned by and exhibited at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum in Ridgefield, Connecticut.

February 11, 2008 to May 9, 2008 |

Painting the Glass House: Artists Revisit Modern Architecture

Painting the Glass House: Artists Revisit Modern Architecture was on view at The Aldrich from February 11, 2008 to May 9, 2008.

September 16, 2007 to June 16, 2008 |

James Prosek: Life & Death–A Visual Taxonomy

James Prosek: Life & Death–A Visual Taxonomy was on view at The Aldrich from September 16, 2007 to June 16, 2008.

September 16, 2007 to May 26, 2008 |

Charlotte Schulz: An Insufficiency in Our Screens

Charlotte Schulz: An Insufficiency in Our Screens was on view at The Aldrich from September 16, 2007 to May 26, 2008.

September 16, 2007 to February 24, 2008 |

Voice & Void 2006 Hall Curatorial Fellowship Exhibition

Voice & Void 2006 Hall Curatorial Fellowship Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from September 16, 2007 to February 24, 2008.

September 16, 2007 to February 24, 2008 |

Marti Cormand: 2007 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition

Marti Cormand: 2007 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from September 16, 2007 to February 24, 2008.

September 6, 2007, to February 24, 2008 |

ATM: Aldrich New Staff Hire

ATM: Aldrich New Staff Hire was on view at The Aldrich from September 6, 2007 to February 24, 2008.

September 6, 2007 to February 24, 2008 |

ATM: Aldrich New Staff Hire

ATM: Aldrich New Staff Hire was on view at The Aldrich September 6, 2007 through February 24, 2008.

July 22, 2007, to September 3, 2007 |

50,000 Beds: An Exhibition by Chris Doyle

50,000 Beds was intended as an exploration of the interdependent roles of art and tourism. It was a collaboration with the three presenting organizations, the artists, and the hotel/business community.

June 24, 2007 to October 14, 2007 |

Michael Somoroff: Illumination I

Michael Somoroff's installation Illumination I defies easy categorization. Installed with its open side facing east, toward the rising sun, Illumination I stands over 20 feet high and weighs more than 22,000 pounds. Inspired by both spirituality and politics, Somoreoffs work reveals its relationship to the phenomenon of light and the artist’s interest in sacred architecture.

June 24, 2007 to September 3, 2007 | June 24, 2007, to September 3, 2007

Neil Jenney: North America

Neil Jenney: North America was on view at The Aldrich from June 24, 2007 to September 3, 2007.

June 24, 2007 to September 3, 2007 | June 24, 2007, to September 3, 2007

Mary Judge: Studies in Segmented Form

Judge’s provocative new installation focuses on the relationship between a large-scale cast concrete sculpture sited in the Museum’s inner courtyard and a twenty-nine-foot-long drawing that will fill the wall of the adjacent corridor gallery.

June 24, 2007 to August 12, 2007 |

Norm Magnusson: On This Site Stood

Norm Magnusson: On This Site Stood features contemporary social and political historical markers as part of the 2007 Main Street Sculpture Project.

March 11, 2007 to September 2, 2007 |

Arturo Herrera: Castles, Dwarfs, and Happychaps

Arturo Herrera borrows imagery from children’s books and other popular culture sources to create hybrid works of art that are both familiar and foreign.

March 11, 2007 to August 12, 2007 |

David Abir: Tekrar

David Abir: Tekrar was on view at The Aldrich from March 11, 2007 to August 12, 2007.

March 11, 2007, to June 17, 2007 |

Dario Robleto: Chrysanthemum Anthems

Dario Robleto: Chrysanthemum Anthems was on view at The Aldrich from March 11, 2007, to June 17, 2007.

March 11, 2007, to June 10, 2007 |

Elana Herzog and Michael Schumacher: W(E)AVE

Elana Herzog and Michael Schumacher: W(E)AVE was on view at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum from March 11, 2007 to June 10, 2007.

March 11, 2007, to June 10, 2007 |

Kysa Johnson: Blow Ups–Spores, Pollen, and Pollutants

Kysa Johnson: Blow Ups–Spores, Pollen, and Pollutants was on view at The Aldrich from March 11, 2007 to June 10, 2007.

March 11, 2007 to June 10, 2007 |

The Photograph as Canvas

The Photograph as Canvas was on view at The Aldrich from March 11, 2007 to June 10, 2007.

October 15, 2006 to February 25, 2007 |

Josh Azzarella: 2006 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition

Josh Azzarella: 2006 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from October 15, 2006 to February 25, 2007.

October 15, 2006 to January 21, 2007 |

David Haislip: Artists at The Aldrich

David Haislip has been taking pictures of artists installing work at The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum for the past seven years. His unique, behind-the-scenes perspective has allowed him to take intimate and informal photographs of individuals who have exhibited at the Museum during that time.

August 25, 2006 to February 25, 2007 |

No Reservations: Native American History and Culture in Contemporary Art

No Reservations: Native American History and Culture in Contemporary Art was on view at The Aldrich from August 25, 2006 to February 25, 2007.

August 20, 2006 to February 25, 2007 | August 20, 2006, to February 25, 2007

Paul Fusco: Bitter Fruit

Paul Fusco's exhibition of photographs, Bitter Fruit, documents the funerals of US soldiers killed in Iraq in his personal protest against government attempts to downplay the costs of war.

May 27, 2006 to October 1, 2006 |

Anselm Kiefer: Velimir Chlebnikov

Anselm Kiefer: Velimir Chlebnikov was on view at The Aldrich from May 27, 2006, to October 1, 2006.

May 27, 2006 to October 1, 2006 |

Land Mine: Laleh Khorramian, Wangechi Mutu, and Michael Zansky

Land Mine: Laleh Khorramian, Wangechi Mutu, and Michael Zansky was on view at The Aldrich from May 27, 2006, to October 1, 2006.

May 20, 2006 to September 17, 2006 |

Julian Opie: Sara dancing, sparkly top

Julian Opie: Sara dancing, sparkly top was on view at The Aldrich from May 20, 2006, to September 17, 2006.

March 26, 2006, to August 6, 2006 |

Mary Temple: Extended Afternoon

The painted installation unfolded in three phases over the course of seven months. Each phase charted the movement of a shaft of afternoon light on the Museum from the northwest to the southeast, poetically referencing the movement of the sun across the sky.

March 26, 2006 to August 6, 2006 |

Homecoming: Sarah Bostwick, Damian Loeb, and Doug Wada

Homecoming: Sarah Bostwick, Damian Loeb, and Doug Wada was on view from March 26, 2006, to August 6, 2006.

March 26, 2006 to August 6, 2006 |

Tom Burckhardt: FULL STOP

Tom Burckhardt: FULL STOP was on view at The Aldrich from March 26, 2006, to August 6, 2006.

January 22, 2006, to June 18, 2006 |

Jennifer Zackin: Killamanta Kutimusaq (To the Moon and Back)

Jennifer Zackin: Killamanta Kutimusaq (To the Moon and Back) was on view at The Aldrich from January 22, 2006 to June 18, 2006.

January 22, 2006, to May 14, 2006 |

Catherine Opie: 2004 Larry Aldrich Award Exhibition

Catherine Opie: 2004 Larry Aldrich Award Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from January 22, 2006, to May 14, 2006.

October 16, 2005 to May 1, 2006 |

John Giglio: BlowHomes

John Giglio: BlowHomes was on view at The Aldrich from October 16, 2005 to May 1, 2006.

October 16, 2005, to March 12, 2006 |

Cyrilla Mozenter: More saints seen

More saints seen, a phrase from Gertrude Stein's libretto Four Saints in Three Acts, provided impetus for this series of drawings and sculptures.

October 16, 2005, to March 12, 2006 |

Todd Hebert: 2005 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition

Todd Hebert: 2005 Emerging Artist Award Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from October 16, 2005 to March 12, 2006.

August 21, 2005, to March 21, 2006 |

Karkhana: A Contemporary Collaboration

The exhibition includes a series of twelve paintings, each composed of imagery laid down by the artists in succession without a predetermined plan for its content or structure.

August 21, 2005, to March 12, 2006 |

Jane Harris: New Painting

Each of Jane Harris's painting is a controlled experiment limited to a tightly prescribed geometry of elliptical form that utilizes only two colors, painted with a uniform pattern of parallel brush marks.

July 10, 2005, to January 8, 2006 |

Fred Wilson: Black Like Me

Fred Wilson's exhibition displays his growing interest in the medium of glass. He has taken the title of the exhibition, "Black Like Me," from John Howard Griffin's groundbreaking 1961 book of the same name.

July 10, 2005, to January 8, 2006 |

Lisa Sigal: A House of Many Mansions

Lisa Sigal: A House of Many Mansions was on view at The Aldrich from July 10, 2005 to January 8, 2006.

July 10, 2005 to October 10, 2005 |

Emil Lukas: Connection to the Curious

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Connection to the Curious, a solo exhibition of the work of Emil Lukas, on view through October 9, 2005. Lukas is interested in the beauty that results from an open-ended exploration of materials and the art-making processes.

July 10, 2005 to October 9, 2005 |

Sarah Morris: Los Angeles

“Los Angeles” shot by Sarah Morris in 2004, continued Morris’s investigation into the culture, architecture, and aesthetics of the city, which is the center of the film industry.

June 5, 2005, to September 4, 2005 |

Roman de Salvo: Liquid Ballistic

Roman de Salvo: Liquid Ballistic was on view at The Aldrich from June 5, 2005, to September 4, 2005.

June 5, 2005, to September 4, 2005 |

Roman de Salvo: Main Street Sculpture Project

Roman de Salvo: Main Street Sculpture Project was on view at The Aldrich from June 5, 2005, to September 4, 2005.

May 1, 2005, to October 10, 2005 |

Mark Dion: Memento Mori (My Glass is Run)

Mark Dion: Memento Mori (My Glass is Run) was on view at The Aldrich from May 1, 2005, to October 10, 2005.

May 1, 2005, to October 2, 2005 |

Pipilotti Rist: Grabstein für RW

Pipilotti Rist: Grabstein für RW was on view at The Aldrich from May 1, 2005, to October 2, 2005.

May 1, 2005 to August 7, 2005 |

Contemporary Erotic Drawing

Contemporary Erotic Drawing was on view at The Aldrich from May 1, 2005 to August 7, 2005.

May 1, 2005, to October 10, 2005 |

Orly Genger: Mr Softy

Orly Genger: Mr Softy was on view at The Aldrich from May 1, 2005 to October 10, 2005.

January 23, 2005, to June 22, 2005 |

Solitude and Focus Recent Works by MacDowell Colony Fellows in the Visual Arts

Solitude and Focus Recent Works by MacDowell Colony Fellows in the Visual Arts was on view at The Aldrich from January 23, 2005, to June 22, 2005.

January 23, 2005, to June 22, 2005 |

Shannon Plumb: Behind the Curtain

Shannon Plumb: Behind the Curtain was on view at The Aldrich from January 23, 2005, to June 22, 2005.

January 23, 2005, to June 22, 2005 |

Alyson Shotz: Light, Sound, Space

Alyson Shotz: Light, Sound, Space was on view at The Aldrich from January 23, 2005 to June 22, 2005.

September 19, 2004, to January 5, 2005 |

Bottle: Contemporary Art and Vernacular Tradition

Bottle: Contemporary Art and Vernacular Tradition was on view at The Aldrich from September 19, 2004, to January 5, 2005.

September 19, 2004, to January 5, 2005 |

David Opdyke: 2004 Aldrich Emerging Artist Award Exhibition

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to announce that David Opdyke has been selected as the recipient of the Aldrich Emerging Artist Award for 2004 by the curatorial staff of the Museum. This award is given to an artist whose work exhibits bold innovation, exciting originality, clear direction, and serious dedication.

September 19, 2004, to January 5, 2005 |

Michael Rees: Large and Moving

Michael Rees: Large and Moving was on view at The Aldrich from September 19, 2004, to January 5, 2005.

September 19, 2004 to January 2, 2005 |

Shahzia Sikander: Nemesis

Shahzia Sikander: Nemesis was on view at The Aldrich from September 19, 2004, to January 2, 2005.

September 19, 2004, to January 2, 2005 |

Aldrich at the Movies

Aldrich at the Movies was on view at The Aldrich from September 19, 2004, to January 2, 2005.

September 3, 2004 to January 5, 2005 | September 3, 2004, to January 5, 2005

Jonathan Seliger: Politeness Counts

Jonathan Seliger: Politeness Counts was on view at The Aldrich from September 3, 2004, to January 5, 2005.

June 13, 2004 to September 1, 2004 | June 13, 2004, to September 1, 2004

Into My World: Recent British Sculpture

Into My World: Recent British Sculpture was on view at The Aldrich from June 13, 2004 to September 1, 2004.

June 13, 2004, to September 1, 2004 |

Jon Conner: Self-Sufficient Barnyard (The annual amount of livestock needed to feed a family of four)

Self-Sufficient Barnyard is an installation of 42 life-sized animals carved out of Styrofoam. The installation includes 3 pigs, 3 sheep, 1 steer, 30 chickens, and 5 rabbits, all deliberately sculpted to resemble computer-generated animals.

June 13, 2004, to September 1, 2004 |

Sol LeWitt: Wall Drawing #1123, Planes with broken bands of color

Sol LeWitt’s Wall Drawing #1123, Planes with broken bands of color covers 1,800 square feet of the gallery's south, west and north walls, leaving the east wall empty and establishing a specific vantage point for viewing the entire work.

June 12, 2004 to September 1, 2004 | June 12, 2004, to September 1, 2004

Mary Lum: Interchange

Mary Lum: Interchange was on view at The Aldrich from June 12, 2004, to September 1, 2004.

June 12, 2004 to September 1, 2004 | June 12, 2004, to September 1, 2004

Peter Halley: Exploding Cells, 1994

Peter Halley: Exploding Cells, 1994 was on view at The Aldrich from June 12, 2004, to September 1, 2004.

November 9, 2003 to November 16, 2004 |

Nina Levy: Big Baby

Nina Levy: Big Baby was on view at The Aldrich from November 9, 2003 to April 16, 2004.

October 2, 2003, to March 18, 2004 |

The Drawn Page

The Drawn Page was on view at The Aldrich from October 2, 2003, to March 18, 2004.

June 1, 2003, to August 31, 2003 |

Elizabeth Demaray: 2003 Aldrich Emerging Artist Award Recipient

Elizabeth Demaray: 2003 Aldrich Emerging Artist Award Recipient was on view at The Aldrich from June 1, 2003, to August 31, 2003.

June 1, 2003 to August 31, 2003 |

A River Half Empty: Artists Engage Connecticut’s Environment

Ten contemporary artists reflect on nature with installations at the museum and Weir Farm, in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Connecticut Fund for the Environment.

June 1, 2003 to July 13, 2003 |

Nina Levy: Portrait Gallery

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Portrait Gallery, a solo exhibition by artist Nina Levy, from June 1 through July 13, 2003, in the Museum’s Erna D. Leir Gallery.

January 19, 2003, to April 27, 2003 |

Janice Caswell

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present new work by Janice Caswell, on view January 19 through April 27, 2003. Installed in the Museum's Micro Gallery on the second floor, a space newly dedicated to the exhibition of small artist's projects, Caswell's colorful iconic maps will fill the diminutive gallery with glimpses of places both real and imagined.

January 19, 2003, to April 27, 2003 |

Mark Dion: Full House

Mark Dion: Full House is the first major New York area solo exhibition of this internationally-recognized American artist, on view from January 19 through April 27, 2003. As recipient of the prestigious 2001 Larry Aldrich Foundation Award, Dion was presented with $25,000 in October of 2001 and given the opportunity to mount a new exhibition at The Aldrich

January 19, 2003 to March 23, 2003 |

Carl Ostendarp: 189 Drawings

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to announce Carl Ostendarp: 189 Drawings, on view January 19 through March 23, 2003.

September 22, 2002, to December 31, 2002 |

Yuken Teruya: 2002 Aldrich Emerging Artist Award Recipient

Yuken Teruya: 2002 Aldrich Emerging Artist Award Recipient was on view at The Aldrich from September 22, 2002, to December 31, 2002.

September 22, 2002, to December 31, 2002 |

Early Acclaim: Emerging Artist Award Recipients 1997-2001

Early Acclaim: Emerging Artist Award Recipients 1997-2001 features the work of Bonnie Collura, Claire Corey, and Roxy Paine.

September 22, 2002, to December 31, 2002 |

Fifty Years of Supporting the New: The Charles H. Carpenter, Jr. Collection

The exhibition features highlights from the collection of New Canaan resident Charles H. Carpenter, Jr.

May 19, 2002, to September 4, 2002 |

Family

Family was on view at The Aldrich from May 19, 2002, to September 4, 2002.

May 19, 2002, to July 14, 2002 |

Linda St. John: Even Dogs Go Home to Die

Linda St. John: Even Dogs Go Home to Die was on view at The Aldrich from May 19, 2002 to July 14, 2002.

January 20, 2002, to May 1, 2002 |

Snapshots: An Exhibition of 1,000 Artists

Snapshots: An Exhibition of 1,000 Artists features a mix of well-known and local artists, lay photographers from twenty-four countries.

January 20, 2002, to May 1, 2002 |

Floor to Ceiling

Floor to Ceiling was on view at The Aldrich from January 20, 2002, to May 1, 2002.

January 20, 2002 to May 1, 2002 |

Model World

The thirteen artists in Model World distinguish themselves by the disparate worlds they portray, the elaborate sculptural forms that result, and the distinct conceptual aims they pursue.

January 2, 2002 to March 17, 2002 | January 20, 2002, to March 17, 2002

Natacha Lesueur: Opticalfragilistic

Natacha Lesueur: Opticalfragilistic was on view at The Aldrich from January 20, 2002, to March 17, 2002.

September 23, 2001, to December 30, 2001 |

Best of the Season: Selected Highlights from the 2000-01 Manhattan Exhibition Season

Best of the Season: Selected Highlights from the 2000-01 Manhattan Exhibition Season was on view at The Aldrich from September 23, 2001, to December 30, 2001.

September 23, 2001, to December 30, 2001 |

Jordan Tinker: Caudatowan 1986

Jordan Tinker: Caudatowan 1986 was on view at The Aldrich from September 23, 2001, to December 30, 2001.

June 3, 2001, to July 8, 2001 |

Haluk Akakçe: No Way Forward, No Way Back

Haluk Akakçe: No Way Forward, No Way Back was on view at The Aldrich from June 3, 2001, to July 8, 2001.

June 3, 2001, to September 9, 2001 |

Art at the Edge of the Law

Art at the Edge of the Law was on view at The Aldrich from June 3, 2001, to September 9, 2001.

January 21, 2001, to April 22, 2001 |

Systematic Drawing: Janet Cohen & John F. Simon, Jr.

Systematic Drawing: Janet Cohen & John F. Simon, Jr. was on view at The Aldrich from January 21, 2001, to April 22, 2001.

January 21, 2001 to May 20, 2001 |

Janine Antoni: The Girl Made of Butter

Janine Antoni: The Girl Made of Butter, 1999 Larry Aldrich Foundation Award Exhibition was on view at The Aldrich from January 21, 2001, to May 20, 2001. In The Girl Made of Butter, Janine Antoni presents a new series of work focusing on the cow as subject and its metaphorical relationship to the mother.

January 21, 2001, to May 20, 2001 |

Paper

Paper was on view at The Aldrich from January 21, 2001, to May 20, 2001.

September 24, 2000 - January 7, 2001 |

Ink Jet: Matt Chansky, Claire Corey, and Tom Moody

Ink Jet: Matt Chansky, Claire Corey, and Tom Moody completely reinvent painting inside the computer.

September 24, 2000, to January 7, 2001 |

Glee: Painting Now

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present Glee: Painting Now, an exhibition examining artists renewed confidence in painting in the face of new visual technologies.

June 18, 2000, to July 16, 2000 |

Acts of Art: A Performance Series

Acts of Art: A Performance Series was on view at The Aldrich from June 18, 2000, to July 16, 2000.

June 18, 2000, to September 6, 2000 |

Speed of Vision

Speed of Vision was on view at The Aldrich from June 18, 2000, to September 6, 2000.

January 23, 2000, to April 30, 2000 |

Olafur Eliasson: New Work

Olafur Eliasson: New Work was on view at The Aldrich from January 23, 2000, to April 30, 2000.

January 23, 2000, to May 29, 2000 |

Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium

Faith: The Impact of Judeo-Christian Religion on Art at the Millennium was on view at The Aldrich from January 23, 2000, to May 29, 2000.

September 26, 1999, to January 9, 2000 |

Playing Off Time: Contemporary Photographers in Dialogue with the Past

Playing Off Time: Contemporary Photographers in Dialogue with the Past looks at the way photography freezes a moment.

September 26, 1999, to January 9, 2000 |

Best of the Season: Contemporary Art from the 1998-99 Manhattan Exhibition Season

Best of the Season: Contemporary Art from the 1998-99 Manhattan Exhibition Season was on view at The Aldrich from September 26, 1999, to January 9, 2000.