This exhibition is a survey of prints by the famed wildlife painter of the same name. Its thematic thrust is the importance of the printmaking process to his career. The context of when or how an edition of Audubon’s work was struck is an interesting and sometimes overlooked window into the artist’s life, business practices, and legacy. John James Audubon contains some of the artist’s most iconic art, but also lesser-known works, such as a selection of North American quadrupeds. This exhibition is not to be missed!
It Shouldn’t Be Revolutionary: An Exploration of Rest and Taking Care of Black Women
April 28, 2023 –
August 5, 2023