PAST EXHIBITIONS

Since the Museum’s opening in 1993, exhibitions curated from within the collection and from around the world have made the MOA a place where visitors can truly find inspiration and an appreciation for others and their ideas. Explore past exhibitions from the BYU Museum of Art’s rich history in this archive (exhibitions are listed under the year they closed).

2022 Exhibitions

Jules Chéret, “Folies-Bergère/La Loïe Fuller Émilienne D’Alençon,” 1893, color lithograph. Photograph by John Faier. © 2015 The Richard H. Driehaus Museum.
L'Affichomania!The Passion for French Posters
Jesus and Peter on the Water by Gustave Brion
Rend the HeavensIntersections of the Human and Divine
Maynard Dixon, Free Speech
Becoming America

2021 Exhibitions

Medusa Marinara From the After Warhol series Dye destruction print, 1997 Courtesy of the artist
Vik MunizExtra-Ordinary
Victoria Sambunaris, Moab Evaporation Pool
Far Out: The West Re-seenPhotography of Victoria Sambunaris
Culmer, Shoshone Falls
Treasures from the MOA CollectionStaff and Audience Favorites from the Collection
byu-photo-teichert-behind-the-scenes
From the VaultMinerva Teichert's Book of Mormon Paintings
Grant Wood, Approaching Storm
Art for the PeopleAssociated American Artist Prints from the Springfield Museum of Art Collection
Fields of Labor and RecoveryA Photographic Portrait of Utah from the Great Depression to WWII, 1936-1942

2020 Exhibitions

Dorothy Weir Young, "Seated Girl Reading Newspaper," c.1930, painting
A Studio of Her OwnWomen Artists in the Collection
John Henri Moser, "Red Butte River"
John Henry MoserPainting Utah Modern
Jasper John, Target with Four Faces
SupermarketPop Art and 1960s America

Earlier Exhibitions

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