Conflict and Remembrance
April 18, 2022 - May 21, 2023
Throughout history, artists have represented, protested, and remembered wars and conflicts. The artworks they create offer not only a document but a lens through which to understand how they grappled with, and reflected on, the events of their time. This exhibition of artworks from the Museum’s permanent collection features artists who have responded to conflicts from the American Civil War to present.
Collectively the works on display invite contemplation about how conflicts are remembered and how people heal from them. We hope that these works will inspire further reflection and discussion as we all try to process and heal from the conflicts and events of today.
Albert Alcalay, Mark Di Svero, Minoo Emami, Donna Ferrato, Robert Hale Ives Gammel, Winslow Homer, Sal Lopes, Rania Matar, Alan Metnick, Ad Reinhardt, Gertrude Vanderbit Whitney.
Tell us what YOU think!
Explore exhibition content more deeply through articles, books, films, glossaries, and more, compiled to encourage dialogue and learning.
To receive a discounted price, you have three options:
If you're not a member:
Purchase a membership along with a class or event registration, and the discount will be applied in your cart.
If you are a member, and you purchased your membership on this website:
log into your account and the discount will be applied in your cart. You can log in before your purchase, or during the checkout process.
If you are a member, and you did not purchase your membership on this website:
Log in with the email address we have on file for you. If you haven't logged into this website before, you'll need to reset your password first.
If you are a member, and you're having an issue logging in:
Purchase a registration for a class or event, and then call or email the museum, and we will be happy to apply the discount to your purchase.