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November 4 – December 18, 2021
Although the United States Postal Service has a long tradition for honoring celebrated Americans with a stamp, few have been artists. Cuban born painter and printmaker Emilio Sanchez (1921-1999) now joins those ranks with the recent release of a set featuring his colorful architectural environments. Born to an established family...
September 18 – December 11, 2021
Scholz Family Gallery
Timed to coincide with the University of Notre Dame Forum 2021–22, “Care for Our Common Home: Just Transition to a Sustainable Future,” the Museum is honored to announce the acquisition and premier presentation of Earth Kid (Boy) (2020), a major sculpture by Yinka Shonibare. There is little doubt that the...
August 21–December 11, 2021
O’Shaughnessy Galleries (East and West)
Among the most distinguished figures in Contemporary art, Jim Dine (b. 1935) is an inspiring presence as a painter, printmaker, sculptor, and poet. Fearlessly experimental, Dine helped define the Pop Art movement, then expanded his creative reach within and beyond the American art scene to become one of the most iconic...
February 4 – December 23, 2021
This immersive installation explores ideas of power and race in America through
theatrics reminiscent of the Roman Baroque. Here, renowned conceptual artist
Kevin Beasley calls into focus Black liberation movements and ongoing
imbalances of power experienced by Black Americans and marginalized men
and women of color. The work maintains a...
Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park
The Charles B. Hayes Family Sculpture Park The park is located between the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center and the Compton Family Ice Arena, at the NE corner of Angela Boulevard/Edison Road and Eddy Street. In 2017, these features were added to the Park as part of Phase Two. A...
Fritz and Milly Kaeser Meštrović Studio Gallery
In the fall of 2017, the African Art collection reopened within a larger, more prestigious space on the main floor of the Museum in a reinstallation that explores themes of power. In the past, African art was often tied into the way African leaders promoted their agendas. Royalty and rulers...