Current Exhibitions

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Paul Gauguin's 'The Swineherd,' 1888, on loan from LACMA

Paul Gauguin's 'The Swineherd,' 1888, on loan from LACMA

Paul Gauguin’s picturesque painting The Swineherd from 1888 is on long-term loan from LACMA, joining related post-Impressionist works in the Museum’s 19th-century art wing.

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Unseen Picasso

Unseen Picasso

Unseen Picasso presents a selection of innovative, rarely seen prints created throughout the artist’s prodigious career.

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The Expressive Body: Memory, Devotion, Desire (1400–1750)

The Expressive Body: Memory, Devotion, Desire (1400–1750)

This exhibition explores the ways that images of the human body were used to generate profound physical and emotional responses in viewers throughout the 15th through 18th centuries.

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Manet’s Philosophers

Manet’s Philosophers from the Art Institute of Chicago

This special installation reunites three of Manet’s Philosophers for the first time in more than fifty years: The Norton Simon’s Ragpicker, c. 1865–70, and two paintings on loan from the Art Institute, Beggar with Oysters (Philosopher) and Beggar with a Duffle Coat (Philosopher), both dated 1865/67.

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UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS
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