- Politics on Paper: Art with an Agenda from the SUArt Collection
Drawings, cartoons and illustrations from artists such as Thomas Nast, Goya, Käthe Kollwitz and Robert Rauschenberg are featured in this exhibition.
- Hard Earned: The Military Photographs of Stacy Pearsall and the Veteran’s Portrait Project
This exhibition highlights Pearsall’s combat photography as well as selections from her award winning series, the Veteran’s Portrait Project.
- North and South: Berenice Abbott’s U.S. Route 1
This exhibition of fifty images visualizes Berenice Abbott’s summer journey in 1954 along the length of U.S. Route 1.
- A View from the Shore: Winslow Homer’s Impressions of the Coast
Winslow Homer’s interest in describing the sea began well before his now famous marine paintings of the later 19th century.
- The Life and Art of Mary Petty
Over her four decades with The New Yorker, Mary Petty developed a cartoon style characterized by its gentle satire of New York City’s well-to-do.
- War News and Strange Brews: The Art of Boris Artzybasheff
This exhibition examines the work of an artist who captured the imagination of a generation with his images of portraits and fanciful machines.
- Alan Dunn and The New Yorker
Alan Dunn’s work epitomizes The New Yorker magazine’s goal of gently satirizing American society.