Latent Emissions, Chakaia Booker
- Home >
- Exhibitions >
- Past >
- 2022 Exhibitions
February 4, 2021 – December 17, 2022
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...
February 5–May 14, 2022
O’Shaughnessy Galleries (East)
The Exposition d’Art Irlandais organized in conjunction with the Irish Race Congress in Paris in 1922 used culture as a signifier of Ireland’s distinctive character worthy of the independence from the United Kingdom it had just negotiated in the Anglo-Irish Treaty. As part of the Irish government’s Decade of Centenaries commemorations, the...
April 2–May 14, 2022
This annual exhibition is composed of the culminating thesis projects created by four students graduating from the three-year Masters of Fine Art degree program of the University of Notre Dame Department of Art, Art History & Design. Benjamin Craigie, MFA Sculpture Peter Dore, MFA Industrial Design Jonathan Kusnerek, MFA...
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...