Upcoming Exhibitions

May 4–August 17, 2014

With long beards cascading from their chins and hair sometimes falling over their eyes, the painted and etched wood masks by the Yaqui (Yoeme) of northern Mexico are haunting, humorous, playful, and arresting. Fowler in Focus: The Yaqui Masks of Carlos...

May 4–August 31, 2014

As part of Fowler at Fifty, Rigo 23, a San Francisco-based artist and activist from Madeira Island, Portugal, will create a special project in the Museum’s Goldenberg Galleria. Drawing...

Opening August 24, 2014

Eye-catching cloths from the Fowler's collection explore international visual vocabularies, changing style preferences, and the ever-increasing tensions of the global marketplace.

September 7–December 7, 2014

This exhibition in the Goldenberg Galleria explores how women from two creative collectives—the Mapula Embroidery Project outside Pretoria and Kaross Workers in Tzaneen—have used embroidery to comment on current affairs and other issues...

September 7, 2014–January 4, 2015

Women on the island of Timor weave some of the most colorful and varied textiles in Southeast Asia. These cloths are a primary vehicle of cultural expression, and they continue to be made, used, and exchanged in ways that reveal deep social,...

November 2, 2014–March 1, 2015

This exhibition features five installations by the Cameroon-born, Belgium-based artist Pascale Marthine Tayou, comprising sculpture, two-dimensional work, and recorded sound.  Three installations will be fresh iterations of earlier projects,...