Guerrilla Girls: Art, Activism & the “F” Word
Founded in 1985, a group of female artists joined together to form the Guerrilla Girls, an art activist group devoted to protesting the under-representation of female artists in many of the world’s most prominent art museums.
The Benton is pleased to present a changing selection of its most prized possessions that span five centuries. We begin with a sixteenth-century double portrait by the Spanish court painter Alonso Snchez Coello, whose unidentified subjects are a well-dressed noblewoman and child.
Salon at the Benton: April 29, 5pm
Blow Up: Inflatable Contemporary Art
First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare
September 2 - September 25, 2016
The Mark and Rosalind Shenkman Collection of Americana: Early Campaign Flags
50th Annual Faculty Exhibition