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James Pate, Techno-Cubism: The Art of Line Painting

James Pate, Techno-Cubism: The Art of Line Painting

James Pate, Techno-Cubism: The Art of Line Painting February 3–April 28, Linda Lombard and Paul Marshall Gallery 119 James Pate is one of Dayton’s most acclaimed living artists and is highlighted in this Focus Exhibition with more than one dozen of his large-scale...
The Artistic Life of Aka Pereyma

The Artistic Life of Aka Pereyma

The Artistic Life of Aka Pereyma February 17–May 12, 2024 Aka Pereyma’s art, unconventional and visionary, demonstrates a highly personal means of expression. Weaving folk-art traditions with modern artistic styles, Pereyma produced art that expressed her strong ties...
You Don’t Know Me: Works by Unknown Photographers

You Don’t Know Me: Works by Unknown Photographers

You Don’t Know Me: Works by Unknown Photographers November 18, 2023–February 18, 2024, Gallery 118 The power of an image does not rely on knowing the name of its creator. Many of the objects in museums were made by people whose names were never recorded. But, by...
Arts and Crafts Pottery of Marblehead

Arts and Crafts Pottery of Marblehead

Arts and Crafts Pottery of Marblehead September 30, 2023 – January 7, 2024 Gallery 119 The Arts and Crafts Movement, which flourished around the turn of the 20th century, emphasized quality, beautiful designs and objects made by hand rather than machines. Marblehead...
The Max May Memorial Holocaust Art Exhibition

The Max May Memorial Holocaust Art Exhibition

The Max May Memorial Holocaust Art Exhibition What Valuable Lessons Have You Learned from the Holocaust? 2023 Selected Entries on view September 2 through November 12, 2023 The annual Max May and Lydia May Holocaust Art and Writing Contest is named after the...
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: The Birth of Modern Paris

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: The Birth of Modern Paris

Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec: The Birth of Modern Paris October 21, 2023–January 14, 2024Gallery 120-121 Known internationally as a leading Post-Impressionist, Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec (French, 1864–1901) made art that explores the cabarets, race tracks, music halls,...
Here and Gone: Lewis Hine in Tennessee

Here and Gone: Lewis Hine in Tennessee

Here and Gone: Lewis Hine in Tennessee July 22- October 22, Gallery 118 Lewis Wickes Hine (1874–1940), one of the most celebrated social documentary photographers of all time, is best known for capturing children at work in factories. Hine’s photographs were integral...
Around Tokyo: Hiroshige II’s Views of Famous Places in Edo

Around Tokyo: Hiroshige II’s Views of Famous Places in Edo

Around Tokyo: Hiroshige II’s Views of Famous Places in Edo July 29, 2023 – January 14, 2024, Gallery 105 In the flourishing woodblock print industry of 1800s Japan, one of the most popular genres was scenes of famous places. These included the bustling metropolis of...
Reflections in Time: Dayton Unit NAACP Celebrates History

Reflections in Time: Dayton Unit NAACP Celebrates History

Reflections in Time: Dayton Unit NAACP Celebrates History June 16 – September 10, 2023 The Dayton Art Institute Celebrates Juneteenth with this distinct, collaborative  Focus Exhibition with the Dayton Unit NAACP.  Reflections in Time brings together 16...

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