Current Exhibitions

Annette Lemieux, "Left Right Left Right,” 1995. 108 x 192 x 24 in. (274.32 x 487.68 x 60.96 cm), 30 photolithographs on museum board, wood poles, screws.

Yesterday's Tomorrow: Selections from the Rose Collection, 1933–2018

Gerald S. and Sandra Fineberg Gallery and Lower Rose

February 7, 2020 - November 20, 2020

This presentation from the collection brings together works by artists who wrestle with, and create room for, circuitous trajectories. Reckoning with complexities, atrocities, and losses both recent and removed, these artists confront the challenge of giving shape to subjects which resist direct representation, and locating their own place within the imprint of broad and tangled influences.

Annette Lemieux, Left Right Left Right, 1995. 108 x 192 x 24 in. (274.32 x 487.68 x 60.96 cm), 30 photolithographs on museum board, wood poles, screws. Hays Purchase Fund. Courtesy of Annette Lemieux and Kent Fine Art.

White gloved hands holding a large engraved black ball

Dora García: Love with Obstacles

Lois Foster Gallery

February 14, 2020

For her first solo exhibition in the United States, Spanish artist Dora García focuses on her work of the recent years to open new platforms of analysis, reflection, and visibility.

Dora García, Amor Rojo/Red Love, (video still), 2020. Courtesy of the artist.

Mark Dion, The Undisciplined Collector, 2015

Mark Dion: The Undisciplined Collector

Permanent Installation

September 12, 2015 - November 20, 2020

Wood paneled and furnished with the trappings of a 1961 collector's den, The Undisciplined Collector evokes the year of the Rose Art Museum's founding and serves as an introduction to the rich history of collecting at Brandeis University.

Mark Dion, The Undisciplined Collector, 2015. Rose Art Museum Special Fund. Photo by Charles Mayer.