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Harvey Breverman: Humanist Impulses

This exhibition celebrates Harvey Breverman’s lifelong career as an internationally renowned artist and educator. His exhibition figurative tableaux, drawn directly from life, question historical accuracy Read More »

Walter Prochownik: In Retrospect, 1965 – 1995

This exhibition is the first comprehensive survey of paintings and works on paper to highlight the long and productive career of Prochownik, one of Western Read More »

Open Wide: 500 Years of Dentistry in Art

Open Wide features selections from the Collection of Morton G. Rivo, D.D.S., UB School of Dental Medicine class of 1957. An exhibition of over 70 prints, Read More »

Harvey Breverman: Humanist Impulses

This exhibition celebrates Breverman’s lifelong career as an internationally renowned artist and educator. His exhibition  figurative tableaux, drawn directly from life, question historical accuracy by Read More »

Janaina Tschäpe

In her video installations, photographs, and drawings, Tschäpe develops a personal lexicon of aquatic forms and references that transform landscapes into enchanted environments populated with Read More »

Shutters

Shutters features work from the 1970s to the present emphasizing the act of watching to investigate personal and detached experiences of domestic spaces. Artists: Niels Bonde, Read More »

Arnold Mesches

The FBI began gathering intelligence on Mesches in 1945 and continued writing about him until 1972, detailing information about his political and personal activities. Mesches Read More »

Patricia Cronin: The Domain of Perfect Affection

A witty manipulator of Victorian tradition, Cronin uses equestrian and mortuary sculpture as well as animalier and erotic painting to investigate sexuality, gender, age, and Read More »

Chinese Maximalism

This groundbreaking exhibition of more than 65 works by contemporary Chinese artists. Curated by Gao Minglu, Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History at Read More »