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Exhibitions

Currently on display 

DRAWING WITH LIGHT: MEZZOTINT PRINTS FROM THE ROSSOF COLLECTION

January 19–June 26, 2021

Drawing with Light offers a chronological survey of mezzotint printmaking from the 17th century to the present day. It intentionally includes works by many different artists representing a broad range of subjects and styles. The majority of the prints featured in the exhibition were donated or lent from the collection of Arthur and Kristine Rossof of Douglas, Michigan.

Image: Mindscape, Gatja Helgart Rothe (German, 1935–2007), 1977, Mezzotint, Gift of Arthur and Kristine Rossof, 2017.69.5

 "Mindscape" by Gatja Helgart Rothe

SALVADOR DALI: MEMORIES OF SURREALISM

January 19–April 17, 2021

Salvador Dali was a leading figure in the Surrealist art movement from the 1920s to the 1970s. Salvador Dali: Memories of Surrealism is a focus exhibition featuring twelve lithographic prints created by Dali in 1971 as a reflection on his long artistic career.

Salvador Dali: Memories of Surrealism exhibition poster

ABOUT OUR EXHIBITIONS

The Kruizenga Art Museum galleries are typically installed with a mix of temporary exhibitions and permanent collection displays. These exhibitions and displays are planned to complement course offerings in the college’s academic curriculum and usually change, partially or completely, at the beginning of each semester.

The museum’s exhibitions are further augmented by lectures, artist demonstrations, film series, musical concerts, dance and theater performances and other relevant educational programs. An endowment gift from Holland residents Dave and Jane Armstrong provides funding for at least one exhibition-related lecture every year, while other programs are made possible through annual gifts and campus partnerships.