Current Exhibitions

Currently on view

Full Belly II 2014Meleko Mokgosi: Pax Kaffraria

RoCo: February 3–March 19, 2017
MAG: February 19–May 7, 2017
See six Pax Kaffraria “chapters” at MAG; one chapter at Rochester Contemporary Art Center (RoCo). Mural-sized narratives of southern African culture.
shown: Fully Belly II, 2014 (detail)
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gibsonrecoderLight Spill: An Installation by Gibson + Recoder

Through March 26, 2017 in the Media Arts Watch gallery
For the collaborative artists Sandra Gibson and Luis Recoder, a film is not an event that unfolds over time, but rather a particular material experience. learn more

Surface Series #53Robert Rauschenberg: Making History

Through April 30, 2017
Rauschenberg created work in the 1970’s that was considered Neo-Dada and foresaw the emergence of Pop Art in his use of commercial and Americana imagery and objectsArtist Robert Rauschenberg responded to the rise of mass-media culture during the 1950s and 1960s, by, as he famously declared, “working in the gap between art and life.” He did this by actually making mass media his artistic medium.
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Shown: Surface Series #53 (from Currents), 1970. ©Estate of Robert Rauschenberg / Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY.

natehodge-web2Inhabited Space

Large-scale mural by Nate Hodge
in the Hurlbut Gallery 

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Pictured: Work in progress photo by James M. Via.

Lucy Burne Gallery Exhibitions


March 10–April 25, 2017
The Creative Workshop’s Late Winter/Early Spring Adult Student show is now on view in the Lucy Burne Gallery. We are showing works from the workshop’s wide variety of adult classes, including drawing, painting, ceramics, jewelry, and weaving. Shown: work by Karen Barber and Janet Zandy.


Centennial Sculpture Park

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Pictured: Albert Paley, Soliloquy (2013). Gift of the Cameros Family and Ann Mowris Mulligan, with additional support from Bank of America Charitable Foundation, FULL MEA5URE, the Herdle-Moore Fund, the Rubens Family Foundation, and the Clara and Edwin Strasenburgh Fund. Photo by Brandon Vick.