Middlebury College Museum of Art


Exhibitions 2007-2008

Following is a list of exhibitions that were on view during the 2007–2008 academic year. Please click on the title of an exhibition to view a full press release for that show.

Wafting on a Heavenly Breeze: Hand-Painted Kites from China

May 22–August 10, 2008. Dragons, phoenixes, snakes, bats, and mythical figures fill the sky in this exhibition of hand-crafted kites using traditional materials—bamboo, paper, and silk. The majority of these kites come from Weifang, the birthplace of kite making. This exhibition will replace the “Beyond Chinggis Khan: Mongolian Buddhist Art from the Rubin Museum of Art” which has been cancelled.

Art Now: Recent Acquisitions in Photography and Film/Video

Overbrook Gallery, January 3-August 10. For the past eight years the Project in Contemporary Photography and Film/Video has offered students the opportunity to participate in the selection of works of art for the Museum collection. Over the course of the spring the various Art Now installations will feature videos by Tracy Moffett, Jacco Olivier, and the Swiss team of Fischli and Weiss, along with photographs by Roger Ballen, Bernd and Hilla Becher, and Robert Mapplethorpe, among others.