Now Showing at The Cantor Arts Center:
Here’s a snapshot of the current exhibits
Hercules - Renaissance Hero at the Rowland Rebele Gallery (Through December 1st)
Featuring images by Albrechut Durer, Hendrick Golzius, and a number of their contemporaries, Hercules: Renaissance Hero centers on the great Greek demigod who so perfectly represents strength and virtue. In these 26 prints and drawings, you will see Hercules come to life, through color, light, and shade.
Ad Men - Advertising in Prints, 1960s –1970s at the Freidenrich Family Gallery (Through December 1st) An obvious favorite, Cantor Arts Center’s Ad Men exhibit highlights the artists that trained in commercial work and incorporated the themes and techniques of advertising into their work. Famous pieces by Warhol, Ed Ruscha, James Rosenquist, and Roy Lichtenstein will be on display.
Carrie Mae Weems - Three Decades of Photography and Video (Through January 5th) As the first retrospective exhibit on artist and photographer Carrie Mae Weems, this exhibit is sure to draw crowds of aspiring and professional photographers. Through more than 100 photos, installations, and videos, the exhibit offers a compelling look at race, gender, and social class.
Flesh and Metal - Body and Machine in Early 20th-Century Art (Through March 16th)
Featuring major works by masters like Dali, Duchamp, and Picasso, this exhibit is sure to be crowd pleaser. Docent tours will be offered on Saturdays and a special lecture will be given on January 30th.