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MARCH 15 - OCTOBER 19, 2024
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Käthe Kollwitz (1867–1945), 'Visitation (Mary and Elizabeth),' woodcut, 1928, 15 ½ x 18 inches.

The dawn of the 20th century accompanied religious, philosophical, and artistic transition across Germany. Nietzsche's famous assertion that God was dead hung heavily in the air. Nevertheless, German Expressionist art of the era is saturated with biblical subjects and religious themes. In Reconciliation: Biblical Imagination in German Expressionist Prints, you'll explore how artists including Vassily Kandinsky, Edvard Munch, and Käthe Kollwitz found meaning in and bared their souls through biblical themes and narratives through their own artistic zeitgeist as they endured the tumult, upheaval, and conflict of the age.

Reconciliation is on loan from Bowden Collections which offers nearly 20 traveling exhibitions relating to the Bible and faith available to museums, universities, seminaries and churches.

Current Exhibitions

Off Kilter, On Point

Art of the 1960s from Colorado State University
Open through December 7, 2024


Selections from the MOA Collection from the 1960s and Beyond
Open through December 7, 2024

Of Souls and Sacraments

Symbol and Context in Christian Art
Open through March 1, 2025

From the Vault

American Highlights and Recent Acquisitions
Open through August 17, 2024