Over the past two decades, RBC Wealth Management has collected more than 400 works of art that reflect the diversity of the society in which we live and work.

The 45 paintings, prints, and photographs selected for this exhibition all focus on the human body because, as collection curator Don McNeil points out, the age-old need to understand the human condition is vital and the human form remains its most direct manifestation. Major artists such as Kerry James Marshall, Elizabeth Peyton, Vic Muniz, Hung Liu, Roy Lichtenstein, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith and Alex Soth are represented by works that are both accessible yet thought-provoking, timeless yet relevant to who we are and how we live.


John Ahearn

Mequitta Ahuja

Radcliffe Bailey

John Baldessari

Tiranit Barzilay-Cohen

Jose Bedia

Dawoud Bey

Frank Big Bear Jr.

Willie Birch

Iona Rozeal Brown

Geneviève Cadieux

Chuck Close

Kelli Connell

Jim Dine

Lalla Essaydi

Roland Fischer

Till Freiwald

Gajin Fujita

Luis Gispert

Nan Goldin

Ann Hamilton

Jane Hammond

Salomon Huerta

Julia Jacquette

Dinh Q. Lê

Roy Lichtenstein

Hung Liu

Robert Longo

Kerry James Marshall

Vik Muniz

Elizabeth Peyton

Chen Qiulin

Lezley Saar

Roger Shimomura

Jaune Quick-to-See Smith

T. L. Solien

John Sonsini

Alec Soth

Michael Vasquez

Carrie Mae Weems

Kehinde Wiley

This exhibition is sponsored in Rochester by COMIDA, with additional support from Willy and Bob Hursh, the Robert L. and Mary L. Sproull Fund, and an anonymous donor.