Boundless is a nearly museum-wide exhibition that features work by Native American writers and artists, grounded in but not contained to the Northeast. On view
Seeping In, features new work by Elizabeth James-Perry (Aquinnah Wampanoag). On view September 14, 2023-January 7, 2024.
Trópico es Político: Caribbean Art Under the Visitor Economy Regime is a group exhibition that considers notions of natural and fiscal paradise through the work of artists living in the Caribbean and its diaspora.
Like a Slow Walk with Trees is a meditation on land and labor by Alicia Grullón. The body, the banner, photography, and video with text are employed as part of her artistic practice, which centers activism.
This exhibition showcases the work of three leading modern artists from Ukraine who produced work during an astonishing period of the country’s cultural renaissance in the early twentieth century.
This exhibition features objects from antiquity to the 21st century that examine what it means to be in ruin, as a material state and theoretical concept, each with ethical and political dimensions. On view January 31–June 25, 2023.
Felix Gonzalez-Torres left flexible guidelines for the installation of his candy works. While at the Mead, “Untitled” (Blue Placebo) will change locations and take new shape. On view January 31–July 9, 2023.
This group exhibition is a special iteration of God Made My Face, organized by Hilton Als. On view February 24–July 9, 2023.
The Sixth Annual Black Art Matters Festival is a student-led celebration highlighting Amherst's Black students' work and artistic achievement. On view from March 7 – June 25, 2023.
This exhibition foregrounds Argentinian-born, U.S.-based artist Liliana Porter’s decades-long consideration of “two realities”— “virtual reality” (a depiction of a thing) and the “real thing.”