Exhibitions

Alberto Giacometti, Le chien (Dog), 1951 (cast 1959); Bronze; 17 ½ x 40 x 6 ¼ in.; Edition 8 of 8; Wexner Family Collection; Art © 2014 Alberto Giacometti Estate/Licensed by VAGA and ARS, New York, NY

Transfigurations: Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection

Dec 21

This fall, in celebration of our 25th anniversary, the Wexner Center for the Arts will mount an unprecedented exhibition of the personal collection of Leslie and Abigail Wexner.

Faith Wilding, Crocheted Environment, 1972/1995

Fiber: Sculpture 1960–present

Feb 7

“Splendid, viscerally engaging…
[a] groundbreaking exhibition.”—Boston Globe

Hassan Hajjaj, My Rock Stars Experimental, Volume I, 2012

Hassan Hajjaj: My Rock Stars Experimental, Volume I

Feb 7

Moroccan-born artist Hassan Hajjaj blends photography, performance, and fashion in colorful portraits that offer insightful commentary on global capitalism.

Super Sunday activities

Super Sunday: FiberFull

Mar 1

Come out of the cold and explore our winter exhibitions, Fiber: Sculpture 1960–present and Hassan Hajjaj: My Rock Stars Experimental, Volume I, through a variety of interactive experiences for all ages.

Catherine Opie, Mary, 2012

Catherine Opie: Portraits and Landscapes

May 16

Ohio-born photographer Catherine Opie returns to the Wexner Center to debut a new series of artist portraits and abstract landscapes.

Find out more

Find out more about our exhibitions and about many facets of contemporary culture in artists' talks, lectures, symposia, and other events. Find the complete schedule on our public programs pages.

 

Jean Dubuffet, Vaches au pre (Cows in a meadow), 1954

Transfigurations: Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection closes Dec 31. Don't miss the exhibition artnet named among the world's 25 "must-see shows."

Artists featured in Transfigurations: Modern Masters from the Wexner Family Collection

Learn more about the artists represented in Transfigurations at our dedicated website. (Educators will also find curriculum resources to support their K–12 classrooms.)