Past Exhibitions
  • Feel the Heat: Contemporary Glass Sculpture

    Since ancient times, glass has been used to create functional and beautiful objects. During the industrial revolution, glass items were made by teams of factory workers who used molten glass that was heated in huge...

  • Romantic Spirits

    Romantic Spirits: Nineteenth-century Paintings of the South from the Johnson Collection studies the ideas of the Romantic Movement as expressed by artists from or who worked in the South. Thirty-eight landscape, history, genre, portrait, and...

  • Painting With Fire: Works by Betsy Eby

      “My sensibilities were hatched in the Northwest where dew, mist, and coastal fog hang like mysterious skeins between you and the world. Form is not crisp; it’s blotted. Edges bleed, boundaries blur. Light is...

  • Center for Culture: The Bradley Property and the Olmsted Garden

    View our Gallery Guide online. The Bradley Olmsted garden is the focus of this exhibition celebrating the Museum’s 60th Anniversary. Designed by the Olmsted Brothers firm of Boston, which was founded by noted landscape architect...

  • Warhol in Southern Collections

    View our exhibition Gallery Guide and interactive Family Guide. Andy Warhol was one of the most influential artists of the 20th century. He embraced popular culture and commercial processes to produce work that appealed to the general public. His...

  • Dare to Wear: Art as Fashion

    Dare to Wear: Art as Fashion explores the intersection of artwork and body adornment. The artists and designers featured in the exhibition consider how the shape, form and scale of jewelry and garments relate to...

  • Contemporary Wood Sculpture

    In the mid-20th century, the ancient craft of woodturning was transformed into a dynamic contemporary art form by a new breed of innovative American wood artists. Since then, pioneering artists have expanded their interest beyond functional...

  • Master Printmakers

    The years following World War I through the Great Depression saw a flowering of printmaking in America as artists explored the richness of the medium in unprecedented numbers. Etchings, lithographs, and wood engravings by 17...

  • Paleo to Present

    Complementing the Museum’s Legacy Gallery, Paleo to Present: The Archaeology of Fort Benning and the Chattahoochee Valley takes a closer look at the native inhabitants of the fertile land we now call home. This exhibition...

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