Hours Of Operation:
|Tuesday||10am - 5pm|
|Wednesday||10am - 7pm|
|Thursday||10am - 7pm|
|Friday||10am - 5pm|
|Saturday||12pm - 5pm|
|Sunday||12pm - 5pm|
June 19 through September 10, 2014
Afghanistan – A Distant War
Renowned photographer Robert Nickelsberg presents his visual essay that documents the country of Afghanistan since 1988 when he accompanied a group of mujahedeen crossing the border from Pakistan. Nickelsberg's powerful photographic essay captures the brutality and suffering, often amid stunning beauty, of the convulsions that have engulfed Afghanistan. He presents an extraordinary portfolio of images, accompanied by incisive commentary, that explain the country’s tragic history. Timely and important, the exhibition and publication serves as a reminder that Afghanistan and the rest of the world remain inextricably linked, no matter how much we long to distance ourselves from its painful realities.
October 16, 2014 through February 22, 2015
Asian Art: Contemporary Views
This exhibition presents a multimedia exhibition that features twenty-one contemporary artists from India, Pakistan, Mongolia, Tibet, Taiwan, Japan, South Korea and China. This timely exhibition showcases the expansion of Asian art on a global world stage, and the world’s increasing fascination and interest in Asian art and culture.
December 9, 2014 – February 5, 2015
József Jakovits: Surrealist, Primitivist, Kabalist
Through the life and work of Joszef Jakovits we experience 20th-century Hungary through the eyes of an artist, and glimpse Hungarians' complex historical links with America. Curated by Gary van Wyk.