This show, featuring works by Cindy Sherman, Zackary Drucker, and Mimi Cherono Ng'ok, presents a new genre of photography that seeks to tell stories that have been elided from historical imagery.
This show presents photography that challenges our conception of what it means to be America. Curated by summer interns: Shreeansh Agrawal, Jane Bragdon, Claire Cho, Crystal Ganatra, and Nekhoe Hogan.
This exhibition is the third installation of the ongoing Rotherwas Project exhibition series, which situates contemporary art in the Mead's historic Rotherwas Room.
This show presents paintings, sculptures and objects created by artists who had left the Soviet Union or its pre-Bolshevik predecessor, the Russian Empire, in search of personal or artistic freedom.
This show follows the development of landscape painting from the 17th to the early 20th centuries and features works by Claude Monet, Francesco Guardi and Silvestr Shchedren, among others.
Perspectives on Michael Mazur honors the memory of one of the most distinguished artists to graduate from Amherst in what would have been his 60th reunion year. On view May 25 - December 16, 2017.
Representing over two centuries of American art and artistry, the works on view in these galleries chart the early days in the building of a nation, and a museum.
The majority of the works on view in this installation were gifts of two brothers, both Amherst alumni: Barry Maurer, Class of 1959, and Evan Maurer, Class of 1966.