On April 27, the front section of the Pizitz gallery will reopen with a new installation of contemporary works curated by Hallie Ringle. Drawn largely from the BMA’s permanent collection, the group of works will explore the history of under-recognized labor and will feature pieces new to the collection, along with many that haven’t been on view in years.
Making a welcome return home after a tour across the country is Kerry James Marshall’s beloved painting School of Beauty, School of Culture. The gallery will also feature work by artists such as Amy Sherald, Titus Kaphar, and Lonnie Holley, among others.
Please note that some works, including Amy Sherald’s All Things Bright and Beautiful, will not be on view until early May.