Painting–From the Collection of the Sheldon Museum of Art
through mid July 2015Featuring some of the museum's most beloved and iconic paintings, the exhibition includes nineteenth-century masterpieces by Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Eakins, John Singer Sargent, and Benjamin West; iconic pictures by twentieth-century artists such as Edward Hopper, Lee Krasner, Barnett Newman, Georgia O’Keeffe, Jackson Pollock, Mark Rothko, Joseph Stella, and Andy Warhol; and paintings by both emerging artists and giants in the contemporary field, including Jaune Quick-to-See-Smith, Ed Ruscha, Hung Liu, Patssi Valdez, and William T. Williams.
Daniel Chauche: Visions of the Future Past in Guatemala
August 29, 2014 thru January 11, 2015The Sheldon Museum of Art is collaborating with Daniel Chauche to present the first museum exhibition of his photographs in the United States. Chauche, who has been photographing Guatemala since late 1975, presents a cultural, historical, and political narrative through his own unique gaze, creating images that are both anthropological and deeply personal.
Things Speak: Storied Objects from Lincoln Collections
September 16, 2014 through February 8, 2015An object is usually judged by its outward appearance and function, but its cultural value or significance is increased once the story associated with it is told. Things Speak emphasizes the power of objects and their stories. Institutions throughout Lincoln have selected extraordinary pieces from their collections for inclusion in this collaborative exhibition. The end result will be a diverse and unique presentation that conveys the importance of storytelling and highlights the cultural depth of the city’s public collections.
Dialogues: Recent Acquisitions of the Sheldon Museum of Art
Oct. 28, 2014 through Feb. 1, 2015Each year the Sheldon is the grateful steward of many acquisitions, by purchase, gift, and bequest. Comprised of a sampling of art added to the collection within the past five years, the exhibition pairs and groups works, often in surprising ways, to evoke new meanings. Many of the items on display will be making their first public appearance at