Middlebury College Museum of Art


Upcoming Exhibitions

Below is a list of some of the exhibitions the Museum will present in the near future. Please click on the title of each exhibition to view its full description.

Mao, Sitting Bull, and Others: Recent Gifts from the Andy Warhol Foundation

January 6–April 19, 2015
The Andy Warhol Foundation has recently made a gift of ten prints to the museum, thereby more than doubling our Warhol print holdings. Now, in addition to the artist’s iconic images of Marilyn Monroe, Mick Jagger, and Campbell’s Soup, the museum owns vivid portraits of Chairman Mao, Goethe, Sitting Bull, Ingrid Bergman, and Queen Ntombi of Swaziland (one of Warhol’s Reigning Queens of the mid-1980s).

Outside In: Art of the Street

February 13–April 19, 2015
From outlaw status to the auction room, street art has become a global phenomenon. Its major practitioners—JR, Banksy, and Shepard Fairey, to name a few—have achieved rock star recognition. Surveying the phenomenon of street art, this exhibition presents the graphic art of nineteen street artists whose prestige has carried them from urban legend into high-profile international art museums and galleries.

Many Thousand Gone: Portraits of the African-American Experience

May 22–August 9, 2015
This exhibit is comprised of approximately 100 photographs of African Americans from the exhaustive yet little known collection of George R. Rinhart, one of the foremost collectors of American photography. Selected images range from daguerreotypes created in the 1840s to photographs of the Civil Rights era of the 1960s. Many of these images have never been previously exhibited.