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Exhibitions - Albright-Knox Art Gallery

A New Installation by James Turrell
on view throughout the year
“My work is about your seeing… There is a rich tradition in painting of work about light, but it is not light – it is the record of seeing. My material is light, and it is responsive to your seeing.”
– James Turrell

Surface Matter: Collage from the Collection
on view through February 11, 2007
While many artists have worked solely in the medium, collage has failed to rise to the popularity of drawing, painting, and sculpture. Surface Matter reveals nearly 100 years of collage and exemplifies how it infiltrated a century of art making and continues to relate to the artistic expressions of the twenty-first century. This exhibition will include works by artists such as Ronald Bladen, Charles Clough, Joseph Cornell, Jim Dine, Seymour Drumlevich, Jess, Joshua Neustein, Larry Rivers, Anne Ryan, Kurt Schwitters, and Leon Polk Smith.

Remix the Collection
on view throughout the year.
As the second of a series of ongoing installations featuring the Gallery’s permanent collection, this exhibition offers an inspired juxtaposition of historical and contemporary works, and devotes three spaces to recent acquisitions of important, new sculpture.

Collective Identity: Expressionism to Realism and the Art of Printmaking in Germany
February 21 - May 27, 2007.

Francis Bacon: Paintings from the 1950s
May 4 - July 29, 2007
This exhibition was initiated by the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK, with funding from the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Charitable Trust. It was curated by Michael Peppiatt, who is also the author of the exhibition catalogue

Ken Heyman: Pop Portraits
June 15 - August 26, 2007
in collaboration with CEPA Gallery, Buffalo, New York

Beyond/In Western New York 2007
August 17 - Ocotber 28, 2007
in collaboration with local arts institutions.

The Panza Collection: An Experience of Color and Light
November 16, 2007 - February 24, 2008.

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