New Traveling Exhibitions
M-AAA uses traveling exhibitions to bring more art to more people across the country.
This spring, we’re pleased to have a variety of new exhibitions available for booking. Interested in the Armenian diaspora? Need something immersive for the whole family? We’ve got that, and more.
A Colorful Dream tells a simple coming-of-age story in rich symbolic language that takes the viewer on a journey through the entire spectrum of the rainbow. In addition to forty photographic images, this exhibition will include time-lapse videos showing the construction of live sets for the photos.
Casa Pájaros: A Tz’utujil Story features embroidered works by Don Antonio Ramírez Sosóf, who, through his colorful and symbolically rich scenes, tells the story of the Tz’utujil people in the town of Santiago Atitlán, Guatemala. Casa Pájaros, or “the place of birds,” is a glimpse into one man’s personal story and a nation’s narrative.
Courting Style: Women’s Tennis Fashion shows us that, like the game itself, tennis fashion has also seen tremendous changes over the years. Follow the parallel stories with this exhibition of garments, prints, and more.
Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia was organized to examine the art of a select group of fourteen Armenian American artists whose work addresses issues of loss, identity, memory, place, displacement, and injustice in light of their shared ancestral Armenian past.
The Essence of Place: Celebrating the Photography of David Halpern brings viewers to the vast beauty of the American Southwest with a retrospective of Halpern’s sixty years of photographing in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, and Utah.
Still looking for more? We’ve extended popular, sold-out exhibitions:
- Cloth as Community: Hmong Textiles in America
- Spirited: Prohibition in America
- Through Darkness to Light: Photographs Along the Underground Railroad
(Pictured from Casa Pájaros: Don Antonio Ramírez Sosóf, untitled (detail), 1990–2013; thread on linen, 22 x 26 inches; Courtesy of David Glanville Collection. Photo: Garcia Squared Contemporary.)