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Current Exhibitions

Tradition Interrupted

Tradition Interrupted is an international group exhibition that explores the methods used by artists to conflate contemporary ideas with traditional arts and crafts in a range of media, from rugs and mosaics to metalwork and ceramics. The eleven artists in the exhibition hail from around the world.Learn More

Remy Jungerman

Remy Jungerman: Higher Ground will focus on recent works by Suriname-born Dutch artist Remy Jungerman (b. 1959), who lives and works in Amsterdam and New York. The exhibition includes a selection from Jungerman’s three major bodies of work: wall-hung or free-standing three-dimensional assemblages (which the artist calls “horizontals” and “verticals”), stacked “cubes,” and fabric-covered “panels.” Through these self-imposed formal constraints, as well as a limited vocabulary of carefully-chosen materials, Jungerman explores connections between pattern and symbol in Surinamese Maroon culture and European “modernism.”Learn More

The Rothko Room

Experience a single masterpiece—the fourth in an ongoing series—by abstract expressionist artist Mark Rothko in a space designed for individual reflection.Learn More

Manolo Valdés

Spanish artist Manolo Valdés's work engages with the legacy of the Old Masters—in particular, Francisco de Goya, Diego Velazquez, and other towering figures of Spanish art history.Learn More

Jeila Gueramian: Let's Step Inside

In the Learning Center you will experience a magical environment full of whimsical creatures and surprising elements hand-crafted from recycled textiles.Learn More

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Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, the Katonah Museum of Art originates three to four exhibitions annually, covering a broad range of art and humanities topics.

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