Sheldon’s permanent collection galleries are laboratories in which unique ideas and installations give visitors opportunities to see and experience the collection anew.
This exhibition presents a selection of photographs from Sheldon’s collection that exemplifies writer and photographer Wright Morris’s sensitivity in capturing details of rural Nebraska in the 1940s.
Several important works given to Sheldon in 1971 by New York gallerist and interior designer Bertha Schaefer are shown together to underscore the ongoing legacy of such a significant contribution to the museum.
This summer Sheldon celebrates nonobjective painting with an exhibition of canvases drawn from the museum’s permanent collection.
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