Alfred Boilot, The Connoisseur,
etching, circa 1880-1900.
Official Poster for the Munich Olympic Games, 1972
Collection Paul Thomas
Art Under Pressure: Function and Form in Prints from the MMAC Collection
Curated by University of Montana art students studying the history of prints and graphic design, Art Under Pressure examines European and American prints from the MMAC’s Permanent Collection from the 17th to early 20th centuries. Focusing on the myriad historical functions of the printed arts, along with the diverse techniques used to create them, student-curators selected and researched the works on paper and wrote the discursive wall labels. This show begins to bridge the gap between ephemeral visual culture, including newspaper cartoons, playing cards, and fashion plates, and the fine arts prints of old masters and avant-garde artists.
GLI Lounge | 3rd Floor | University Center
The opening of this exhibition has been postponed until further notice.
Movement: Graphics and the Olympic Games
Postponed until further notice.
Paxson and Meloy Galleries
Bookish: Selections from the Dan Weinberg Collection
September 11 – December 12, 2020
New Deal: Prints from the W.P.A.
October 16, 2020 – January 16, 2021