Past Exhibitions & Programs
Interdisciplinary artist Nick Cave challenges conventions on what it means to be a visual artist, a performer, a crafter, and an educator. Cave is well known for his Soundsuits, full-body sized sculptures, often worn as costumes and performed in. Soundsuits conceal the wearer’s identity leaving the viewer with no indication of race, gender, or age. […]
Constructive Interference: Tauba Auerbach and Mark Fox
In appreciation of the Anderson family’s commitment to mid-career contemporary artists and in celebration of the fall 2015 opening of the McMurtry Building for the Department of Art & Art History, the Anderson Collection presents a focused exhibition in the Wisch Family Gallery of works by Tauba Auerbach and Mark Fox. Both graduates of Stanford […]
New on View: Leo Holub and the Artist Portrait Project
Twelve portraits on view portray photographer Leo Holub and artists included in the permanent collection. These portraits celebrate the rotation of new works into the galleries and the artists who made them.
Peaceful Presence: Leo Holub and the Artist Portrait Project
Located on the first floor, the Wisch Family Gallery features portraits of fifty-five of the artists whose work is on view in the museum. This exhibition presents a range of images, from formal portraits to candid shots that shed light on the practices and creative processes of their influential subjects. In the mid-1980s, the Andersons […]