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Past Exhibitions

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March 11, 2016 - August 21, 2016

“Not Theories but Revelations:” The Art and Science of Abbott Handerson Thayer

“Not Theories but Revelations” is the first exhibition to address Thayer’s artistic practice as part of his broader investigation of animal and human concealment.

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Utagawa Kunisada, (Japanese; 1786-1864), Untitled (Interior scene with two women), 1855, color woodblock on paper. Gift of Lloyd Mills._x345

January 22, 2016 - August 7, 2016

Object Lab

Object Lab makes visible how works of art are used in courses across the curriculum. Professors deeply embed art into their teaching, students get extended access to the art, and the public gets a glimpse into liberal arts learning. This is the second iteration of Object Lab with different works pulled from the WCMA collection for a new array of Williams courses.

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June 9, 2016 - June 26, 2016

Bodies of Substance and Shadow

Bodies of Substance and Shadow presents the richness of gifts to the museum from Williams College alumni celebrating their reunions this year.

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May 14, 2016 - June 5, 2016

Seen Yr Show: Senior Studio Art Exhibition

Seen Yr Show: Senior Studio Art Exhibition features the work of fourteen Williams College studio art majors: Aurora Brown, Marc Burnett, Ezequiel Davila, Andrea Estrada Bianchi, Mei Kazama, Angelina Lin, Jonas Luebbers, Winnie Ma, Julia Matejcek, Katherine Mooney, Clover Powell, Stephanie Sun, Brian Trelegan, and Kelly Wang.

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November 6, 2015 - February 7, 2016

WALLS Evolves: Expanding a Living Collection

WALLS (Williams Art Loan for Living Spaces) is growing and new works of art are on our walls. Through a student-led project, recently acquired prints, drawings, and photographs are on view in an exhibition that brings the acquisition process to the fore.

Cary S. Leibowitz, Your smarter than me. i don't care., 1994, latex on wood. Gift of Peter Norton._x345

October 2, 2015 - January 3, 2016

Your smarter than me. i don’t care.

Navel-gazing; a self-mocking focus on an artist’s own life and practice; embracing identity politics; and a skeptical obsession with technology. This is the stuff of Your smarter than me. i don’t care.

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September 11, 2015 - January 3, 2016

Faculty Off the Cuff: Labeltalk 2015

Mix eight works of art, add a group of Williams faculty and what you get is a brand new approach to the Labeltalk exhibition series.