Becoming a Woman in the Age of Enlightenment: French Art from the Horvitz Collection
Sept. 28, 2018–Jan. 6, 2019
Pierre Allais (c.1700–1782 Paris). Seated Lady in a Blue Dress, 1751. Oil on canvas. 99 x 79 cm.
No Man's Land: Prints from the Front Lines of WWI
Sept. 7, 2018–Feb. 17, 2019
Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, British 1889–1946. That Cursed Wood. 1918. Drypoint printed in black on medium weight, moderately textured, cream colored paper. The Gladys Engel Lang and Kurt Lang Collection.
The Many Faces of Womanhood in East Asia
August 17–December 9, 2018
KITAGAWA Utamaro. Japanese, c. 1753–1806. Artist, from the series Twelve Types of Women’s Handicraft. Edo period (1615–1868), c. 1798–99. Woodblock print: ink and color on paper. Gift of Arthur B. Schaffner.
Object Histories: From the African Continent to the SCMA Galleries
August 2018–June 2020
Attributed to Obembe Alaye. Nigerian, c.1869–1939.Veranda Post with Rider on Horseback and Two Women(detail), early 20th century. Wood and paint. Gift of Sydney Alderman Perry, class of 1967
Inas Halabi: Letters to Fritz and Paul
September 7–November 11, 2018
Letters to Fritz and Paul (2016–8), video. Image courtesy of the artist.