Current Exhibitions

Three from the Thirties | Classic Cars from the Heartland

Three from the Thirties | Classic Cars from the Heartland

August 30 through November 13, 2016

Mestrovic Gallery

The Snite Museum of Art will place on view three luxury automobiles manufactured in the Midwest during the Great Depression. The three automobiles in this exhibition are Classic Car Club of America (CCCA) approved classics and two have won awards at juried, classic-car competitions.  The 1938 Packard convertible coupe received...

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Images of Social Justice from the Segura Arts Studio 

Images of Social Justice from the Segura Arts Studio 

August 28 through November 20, 2016

O'Shaughnessy West Gallery

This exhibition illustrates the history of Segura Arts Studio’s published works and describes its mission of working with underrepresented artists.  Joseph Segura founded the Segura Publishing Company in 1981, in Tempe, Arizona.  The studio played a role in contemporary printmaking with an initial focus on collaboration with artist-printmakers and on the print process. This...

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Raising Children for Strangers  | Fay Ku

Raising Children for Strangers | Fay Ku

August 28 through October 23, 2016

Scholz Family Works on Paper Gallery

The Snite Museum presents this exhibition in support of a fall Notre Dame class focusing on transnational iconography: What We Talk about When We Talk about China.  Assistant Professor Nan Zhang Da, English, states, “The class covers comparative studies of China from the 18th century to the present day.  One of its...

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Seizing Beauty | Photographs by Paulette Tavormina

Seizing Beauty | Photographs by Paulette Tavormina

August 21 through November 27

O'Shaughnessy Gallery West

Seizing Beauty focuses on the lush, complex, images by Paulette Tavormina, a New York creative photographer celebrated for her reinterpretation of still life paintings by old masters.  This exhibition is coincident with the first critical examination of her work in the book Seizing Beauty, by art historians Silvia Malaguzzi, Mark Alice Durant,...

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