Exhibitions

  1. Open Storage: 25 Years of Collecting

    Curated By: Allan Schwartzman

    August 26, 2022 - April 29, 2023

    Typically, presentations of The Rachofsky Collection have featured few works, purposefully installed with ample space between them. These past installations have highlighted historical moments in postwar art that serve as focal points for the collection. They have also taken the visitor on thematic and often poetic journeys through the collection in search of fresh insights...
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  2. Room by Room: Concepts, Themes, and Artists in The Rachofsky Collection

    September 9 - November 25, 2023

    As we spent time with our previous exhibition—Open Storage: 25 Years of Collecting—we discovered that although it provided a substantial overview of the collection, there were many opportunities left unexplored. Simply put, there were a number of important artists and themes we could not include due to limited exhibition space. Room by Room builds on...
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  3. Lucy Bull: Nacar

    September 9 - November 25, 2023

    Lucy Bull’s (b. 1990, New York) exhibition installed across galleries ten and eleven brings together paintings made over the past two years. Five of the paintings are on public view for the first time along with one from the artist’s personal collection. WAREHOUSE:01 is an annual exhibition of the work of a single artist that...
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  4. Sound as Sculpture

    Curated By: Thomas Feulmer

    January 21 - May 28, 2022

    Sculptural practice in the 20th century witnessed explosive innovation in its experiments with new mediums, bodily engagement, and theatricality as artists sought to expand our understanding of the dynamics between objects and space. One of the most radical developments was the use of sound to further explore those dynamics and test the boundaries of convention....
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  5. Tender Objects: Emotion and Sensation after Minimalism

    Curated By: Department of Art History in the Meadows School of the Arts at Southern Methodist University

    January 21 - May 28, 2022

    Tender Objects: Emotion and Sensation after Minimalism explores how artworks that adopt minimalist formal strategies can activate a fleeting, even indefinable, emotional response from viewers. While the artworks presented are geographically and chronologically diverse — spanning four continents and five decades — they demonstrate a shared vocabulary of simplified forms and serial operations rooted in...
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