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Past Exhibitions

Revisit these exhibitions that previously appeared at the Albany Museum of Art.

April 18, 2019 -

June 15, 2019

The term Undercurrents—an underlying feeling that runs contrary to prevailing culture or the flow of deep water that moves in a different direction than

April 1, 2019 -

April 28, 2019

Artwork by Albany artist Alex Mixon, who passed away last November, is on display throughout the month of April at the Albany Museum of

March 1, 2019 -

June 15, 2019

Undefined shapes allow the examination of “hidden mysteries of dream worlds, the unknown, and the unconscious” in the work of Zipporah Camille Thompson, a

February 7, 2019 -

June 15, 2019

Masud Olufani, an Atlanta-based artist, actor and writer, starts conversations that can be difficult with his art work. He explores history and the changing

February 7, 2019 -

March 30, 2019

Legos, the colorful, interconnecting plastic pieces that have entertained and captivated children for decades, have been elevated from child’s play to fine art by

December 13, 2018 -

February 23, 2019

In artist Benjamin Britton’s exhibition This Unfolding Idyll, the reward comes from looking beyond the abstract surface beauty to discover deeper meaning. This Unfolding

October 25, 2018 -

February 7, 2019

Books find new life as sculpture at the hands of Brooklyn artist Brian Dettmer. An exhibition of his work, Brian Dettmer: Selective Collective Memories,

October 18, 2018 -

February 2, 2019

Home, place and house are areas in which we strive to identify ourselves. We hope to understand our origins, family and history. Interiors are

June 28, 2018 -

September 29, 2018

Reflecting on the unique urban and rural communities of the Southland and the personalities who inhabit our landscape, these painters capture stories, moments and

June 14, 2018 -

August 25, 2018

Florence Samuels Prisant (1926-2018) was born, reared and educated in New York City. The daughter of an immigrant fashion designer, her artistic ability was

April 17, 2018 -

July 14, 2018

Time Time and a Half is an installation of new work by Georgia artist Justin Hodges at the Albany Museum of Art’s East Gallery.

March 15, 2018 -

June 16, 2018

Glenn Dasher describes his work as surreal, playful, or iconoclastic “monuments” which present “pseudo-historical” statuary fragments within an altered/improbable conceptual context. “They derive from