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Current Exhibit



Upcoming Exhibits

Style Within: Interior Design of the 19th Century

January 16 – March 27, 2015
Combining images of historic interiors and examples of furniture and decorative arts, this exhibition offers the viewer a sense of the decorating techniques of the 19th century. Take a step inside the homes of the past and explore the objects in their original context.

Gershon Benjamin (1899 - 1985): Modern Master

April 27 – August 7, 2015
In the 1920s, the Romanian-born, Montreal-educated Benjamin arrived in New York City, and was soon befriended by a group of progressive artists who favored European modernism to the popular American Scene and Regionalist art of the day. Milton Avery and Benjamin became close and life-long colleagues, but their circle included Rothko, Gottlieb, Gorky, Sloan and the Soyer brothers, among others. Exhibiting together, they were labeled "expressionists" and praised for their individualistic style and use of color. The Rincliffe Gallery exhibition will feature portraits, still lifes, landscapes and city scenes from Benjamin's prolific seven-decade career.

Awareness: Larry Clark's Tulsa Photo Series

August 28 – November 13, 2015
Larry Clark (b. 1943) is an American photographer, film director and writer. From 1963–1971, using photography, Clark documented his life and the lives of his friends and their drug use. The culmination of this series of photographs was a book, Tulsa, published in 1971, that shed light on the reality of drug use in suburban America.

Toys, Trinkets and Trifles: Toys and Miniatures from The Drexel Collection

December 4, 2015 – February 15, 2016
The nostalgia for childhood playthings is especially strong around the holidays. Relive your childhood and learn of the games of the past with this exhibition displaying the extensive collection of miniatures, toys and games from The Drexel Collection.