The first retrospective of an enormously influential artist whose photographs capture the creative subcultures of downtown New York in the 1970s and 1980s.
This first survey of Vicuña’s work stages a conversation about discarded and displaced people, places, and things in a time of global climate change.
The pioneer of the 1960s design phenomenon Supergraphics creates a new piece for BAMPFA’s Art Wall.
BAMPFA’s outstanding collection of historical European art—including several important new acquisitions—is showcased in this exhibition, the culmination of a major research and conservation effort.
A gathering of paintings by Quarles, whose work tussles with culturally prescribed identities and probes the margins where meaning remains unfixed, illegible, and subject to question.
A selection of works from the BAMPFA collection that use redacted content to question the relationships between power, information, and censorship and consider the precarious nature of truth.