From the Director
November 1, 2022 | Rand Suffolk
I hope you’ve had a fantastic year so far and are looking forward to a wonderful holiday season. As always, we have tons of great programming and a diverse schedule of exhibitions to keep you coming back to the Museum again and again.
Rodin in the United States: Confronting the Modern
November 1, 2022 | Claudia Einecke
Nearly seventy sculptures and drawings in the exhibition feature many of Rodin’s best-known compositions as well as less-familiar works and numerous expressive and probing drawings.
Stephen Burks: Shelter in Place
November 1, 2022 | Monica Obniski
Stephen Burks: Shelter in Place surveys Burks’s multifaceted, craft-centered design practice at midcareer, which includes global craft projects, industrial design, and a new work inviting radical participation.
November 1, 2022 | Maria L. Kelly
Working primarily in photography, Lawson investigates and challenges conventional representations of Black identities and bodies.
Monir Farmanfarmaian: A Mirror Garden
November 1, 2022 | Michael Rooks
The High Museum of Art will present the first posthumous exhibition of Farmanfarmaian’s work in an American museum with Monir Farmanfarmaian: A Mirror Garden.
Joseph Stella: Visionary Nature
November 1, 2022 | Stephanie Heydt
Joseph Stella: Visionary Nature will include Stella’s precisely rendered botanical drawings, playful floral concoctions, moody symbolist pastels, and modern reinterpretations of early Renaissance painting.
Evelyn Hofer: Eyes on the City
November 1, 2022 | Gregory Harris
The exhibition focuses on Hofer’s work from the 1960s, when she made her greatest impact through a series of photobooks devoted to European and American cities, including Florence, London, New York, Washington, DC, and Dublin.
George Voronovsky: Memoryscapes
November 1, 2022 | Katherine Jentleson
This exhibition introduces the work of Jorko “George” Voronovksy (1903–1982), who turned his room in Miami’s Colony Hotel into an art refuge.
Bruce Onobrakpeya: The Mask and the Cross
November 1, 2022 | Lauren Tate Baeza
Sculptor and printmaker Bruce Onobrakpeya (born 1932) is one of the fathers of African modernism and a founding member of the Zaria Art Society—an art collective that developed the natural synthesis aesthetic that came to define early postcolonial Nigerian art.