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Mimi Cherono Ng'ok, Untitled, 2014

Tell It Like It Is—or Could Be

A new genre of large-scale color photography that seeks to tell stories about the past and the present that often have been elided from historical imagery. On view through Dec. 31.

Saya Woolfalk, The Four Virtues (Prudence), 2017: Image of a masked human figure wearing an elaborate and colorful costume, standing in front of a black background

Rotherwas Project 3 with Saya Woolfalk

Saya Woolfalk: Life Products and the ChimaCloud is third installment of the ongoing Rotherwas Project, which situates contemporary art in the Mead's historic Rotherwas Room. On view through Dec. 17.

Pevsner, Antoine, “Self portrait,” 1913.

Home Away from Home: Russian Artists Abroad

Paintings, sculptures and objects created by artists who left the Soviet Union or its pre-Bolshevik predecessor, the Russian Empire, in search of personal or artistic freedom. On view through Dec. 31.

Monet, Claude, Morning on the Seine, 1897.

From the Picturesque to the Modern Vision: Landscape Painting in Europe Across the Centuries

Works that examine the evolution of European landscape painting from the 17th to the early 20th century, reflecting a variety of stylistic approachesOn view through Dec. 31.

Michael Mazur (American, 1935 – 2009). Self Portrait, 1986.

Perspectives on Michael Mazur

An exhibition honoring the memory of one of the most distinguished artists to graduate from Amherst College during what would have been his 60th reunion year. On view through Dec. 31.

American Collection || Mead Art Museum

The American Collection

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.

Liebling, Jerome, Young Girl, 1952.

Picturing American Identity

This exhibition highlights 20th century American photography of urban spaces. Curated by interns Shreeansh Agrawal, Jane Bragdon, Claire Cho, Crystal Ganatra and Nekhoe Hogan. On view through Dec. 31.