Middlebury College Museum of Art


Exhibitions 2018–2019

Following is a list of exhibitions that were on view during the 2018–2019 academic year. Please click on the title of an exhibition to view a full press release for that show.

Being There: Photographs by James P. Blair

May 24–August 11, 2019
This exhibition takes an intimate look at the work of renowned photographer James P. Blair, who for more than thirty-five years traveled the world for the National Geographic Society. His images not only transport us to places most of us will never visit, the best of them have become part of our visual lexicon and remind us that the world is a varied and stimulating place, sometimes breathtaking in its beauty and at other times heartbreaking in its degradation.

50/50: Fifty Years of Collecting for Middlebury

January 25–August 11, 2019

Fifty years ago Middlebury began the formal process of acquiring art for its permanent collection. This exhibit marks that anniversary by bringing together one work from each year. Included are paintings, sculptures, prints, drawings, and photography, from antiquity to the present and from diverse cultures around the world.

Modern and Contemporary Works from the Permanent Collection

January 8–May 5, 2019
This exhibition presents more than thirty works from the museum's modern and contemporary collections, including recent video works by William Kentridge, Tracey Moffatt, and the Swiss team of Peter Fischli and David Weiss. Other artists represented include Andrew Lenaghan, Banksy, Damian Hirst, Shazia Sikander, Dale Chihuly, Elizabeth Catlett, Andy Warhol, Judy Chicago, Christian Marclay, Kara Walker, and Dennis Byng.

Wondrous Worlds: Art and Islam through Time and Place

September 14–December 2, 2018
Featuring more than 100 outstanding works of art from the Newark Museum's extraordinary collections, Wondrous Worlds will showcase the long history, vast geographic expanse and amazing diversity of works of art in the Islamic world.