North and South: Berenice Abbott’s U.S. Route 1

October 23–December 16, 2022 || In 1954, photographer Berenice Abbott drove from New York to Key West along U.S. Route 1, then retraced the route to its northern terminus in Fort Kent, Maine. Over the course of the journey, Abbott took over 2,400 negatives and spent the next two years making prints and writing a prospectus describing the historical importance of the project.

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The Prints of Rockwell Kent: Selections from the Ralf C. Nemec Collection

February 3–March 5, 2023 || This exhibition of 50 works is the largest assemblage of prints, world-wide, by American artist Rockwell Kent. He was a painter, printmaker, writer, and adventurer known for his block print book illustrations which capture the American imagination and the bleak and rugged aspects of nature.

Love by Looking: Selections from the Collection of Alitash Kebede

March 17–April 30, 2023 || This exhibition—specially curated by art collector Alitash Kebede for the Mitchell Gallery—includes works by Elizabeth Catlett, Sam Gilliam, Al Loving, Jacob Lawrence, Faith Ringgold, Emilio Sanchez, Kehinde Wiley, and other artists in a range of media, including drawing, prints, and paintings.

Past Exhibitions

Being Human: Portraits from the Syracuse University Art Museum

September 2–October 16, 2022 || This exhibition of portraits, ranging from Elizabeth Catlett, Kalyani Devi, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Dorothea Lange, Ben Shahn, Max Weber, and others, displays a visual dialogue between both artist and artist, and artist and viewer, a place to begin a conversation.

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