January 27-July 9, 2023
The Heart’s Knowledge: Science and Empathy in the Art of Dario Robleto
American artist Dario Robleto (b. 1972, San Antonio) explores the empathetic nature of technology in the exhibition, The Aorta of an Archivist, a multisensory encounter between art and science.
January 27 - July 9, 2023The Heart’s Knowledge: Science and Empathy in the Art of Dario Robleto
May 4-June 18, 2023
What am I to do with a weak mirror? 2023 MFA Thesis ExhibitionLayan Attari, José De Sancristóbal, Cory Perry, Eshan Rafi, Katie Revilla, Isaac Vazquez — 2023 Master of Fine Arts degree candidates — present their thesis projects and conclude their residencies in the Department of Art, Theory, and Practice at Northwestern University.
May 4 - June 18, 2023What am I to do with a weak mirror? 2023 MFA Thesis Exhibition
March 16-July 9, 2023
The Living Image of Sound: Notes on Jazz and Protest at NorthwesternThe Living Image of Sound: Notes on Jazz and Protest at Northwestern is a concise exhibition exploring the intersections of visual art, music, and student-led social justice movements during the late 1960s and early 1970s.
March 16 - July 9, 2023The Living Image of Sound: Notes on Jazz and Protest at Northwestern
September 20-December 3, 2023
Rosalie Favell: Indigenous Artists Facing the CameraFor her series Facing the Camera (2008–18), Favell photographed Indigenous members of arts communities in North America and Australia, producing 500 photographs.
September 20 - December 3, 2023Rosalie Favell: Indigenous Artists Facing the Camera
September 20-December 3, 2023
For One and All: Prints from The Block’s CollectionFor One and All: Prints from The Block’s Collection celebrates prints and printmaking by bringing together a diverse range of artwork from the permanent collection. The exhibition will consider print production through various lenses layering complex histories of reproduction, circulation, collecting, and social activism.
September 20 - December 3, 2023For One and All: Prints from The Block’s Collection
January 26-July 7, 2024
Actions for the Earth: Art, Care & EcologyActions for the Earth: Art, Care & Ecology is a traveling exhibition that considers kinship, healing, and restorative interventions as artistic practices and strategies to foster a deeper consciousness of our interconnectedness with the earth.
January 26 - July 7, 2024Actions for the Earth: Art, Care & Ecology
September 24-December 8, 2024
Federico Solmi: The Great FarceFederico Solmi’s multiscreen, monumental work The Great Farce (2017) conflates and distorts past and present, history and amusement, and reality and spectacle. The digital animation, featuring a cast of time-traveling world leaders with a feverish madness for power, presents a sprawling send-up of empire building as an enterprise and a...
September 24 - December 8, 2024Federico Solmi: The Great Farce
January 24-July 13, 2025
Woven Being: Indigenous Art Histories of Chicagoland (working title)
We are forming the exhibition Woven Being through Indigenous curatorial methodologies that prioritize collaboration, reciprocity, and sustained dialogue with an expanding, intergenerational community of Indigenous knowledge sharers and non-Indigenous allies
January 24 - July 13, 2025Woven Being: Indigenous Art Histories of Chicagoland (working title)
September 24-December 7, 2025
Ja’Tovia Gary: The Giverny Suite
With The Giverny Suite, Gary presents a complicated and nuanced portrait of the diversity and complexity of Black women’s relationship to physical and emotional security.
September 24 - December 7, 2025Ja’Tovia Gary: The Giverny Suite
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