Upcoming Exhibitions
Zuckerman Museum of Art Galleries

Gut Feelings

January 28 – May 7, 2017

This exhibition will bring together a group of contemporary artists in whose work food, feeding, and cooking are symbolic representations of exchanged emotion. Organized around main themes of abjection and desire; nourishment as power or control; and food as material of the body, Gut Feelings looks to food as a vessel for a wide range of relationships.

Epic: Selections from the SGCI Collection

January 28 – May 7, 2017

Epic: Selections from the SGCI Collection will feature prints from the vast and growing Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI) print archive. SGCI is one of the largest and most significant printmaking organizations in America. In 2013, the ZMA became the home of SGCI’s collection of works on paper. The collection includes a wide range of traditional and contem­porary printmaking techniques and work by printmakers whose experience levels range from students to teachers and professionals.


June 3 - July 30, 2017

The palindromic title of this exhibition is a metaphor that conjures images of cars looping endlessly around a track. Inspired by the Jean-Paul Sartre play No Exit, Racecar brings together artists that consider the nature of a limited and repetitive existence. This idea is explored through artwork that references film, pop icons, and stored memories.


August 26 - December 3, 2017

Medium considers how intangible vestiges of the past haunt our contemporary world. This idea of a persistent and disruptive presence that can consciously or unconsciously impact how we think and act is ghost-like in its (dis)embodiment. Ghosts, often portrayed in literature and films as restless spirits with an agenda, communicate through sensitive souls and individuals who purport to speak to the dead—mediums. This exhibition is advanced as a kind of séance with the artists and archival material serving as bridges to an uneasy past, mystical force or limnal space. Occasionally requiring a leap of faith, the emphasis is on exploration of the unknown and the power of the mind.

Stoller Still Life

Jessica Stoller, Still Life (detail), 2013. Porcelain, china paint, luster, mixed media. Courtesy of the artist and P.P.O.W. Gallery, New York, NY.

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