Beyond the Frame spotlights the MoCP’s permanent collection of more than 16,500 works as a rich resource for harnessing visual literacy skills.
In American Epidemic: Guns in the United States, ten artists examine the role guns play in structural violence, poverty, systemic racism, and an increasingly militarized police force.
Beautiful Diaspora/You Are Not the Lesser Part presents two exhibitions intertwined as one.
Reproductive: Health, Fertility, Agency explores the psychological, physical, and emotional realities women encounter in the years leading up to, during, and after fertility.
Much Unseen is Also Here brings together the works of two major artists who both consider the theater of the landscape, monumentality, cultural history, and representation.
Exploring how sexism, racism, colorism, transphobia, and other biases are embedded in visual popular culture.
To commemorate the MoCP’s 40th anniversary, the Museum will organize a special project that looks back at exhibition and collection milestones over the past four decades