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Archive of McMullen Museum Exhibitions by Date

Archive by Period of Exhibition | Archive by Region of Exhibition

Year of exhibtion: 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002 | 2003 | 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007

1995
Memory and the Middle Ages
February 17–May 23,1995
 
  Protection, Power and Display: Shields of Island Southeast Asia and Melanesia
October 6–December 10, 1995
 
1996
America's Eye: Irish Paintings from the collection of Brian P. Burns
January 26–May 19, 1996
 
  A Shadow Born of Earth: New Photography in Mexico
June 5–September 15, 1996
 
  J. M. W. Turner and the Romantic Vision of the Holy Land and the Bible
October 8–December 15, 1996
 
1997
Original Visions: Shifting the Paradigm, Women's Art 1970-1996
January 26–May 18, 1997
 
  In Print: Contemporary Artists at the Vinalhaven Press
June 18–September 14, 1997
 
  Re/Dressing Cathleen: Contemporary Works from Irish Women Artists
October 5–December 7, 1997
 
1998
Visionary States: Surrealist Prints from The Gilbert Kaplan Collection
January 18–May 17, 1998
 
  Art and Literature
June 23–September 20, 1998
 
 

Imaging Meiji: Emperor and Era, 1868-1912, Japanese Woodblock Prints from
the Collection of Jean S. and Frederic A. Sharf

October 4–December 6, 1998

 
1999
Saints and Sinners: Caravaggio and the Baroque Image
February 1–May 24, 1999
 
  Artists at Boston College: Celebrating 25 Years of Excellence in the Visual Arts
June 16–September 12, 1999
 
  Irish Art Now: From the Poetic to the Political
October 1–December 12, 1999
 
2000
Fragmented Devotion: Medieval Objects from the Schnütgen Museum, Cologne
February 6–May 22, 2000
 
  Françoise Gilot, 1940-1950
June 14–September 24, 2000
 
  Hand-Held Delight: The Eighteenth-Century Fan
June 14–September 24, 2000
 
  North East: The Gothic and Byzantine Influence on Early Italian Renaissance Art, from the Collection of the Mount Holyoke College Museum
June 14–September 24, 2000
 
  Forbidden Art: The Postwar Russian Avant-Garde
October 15–December 10, 2000
 
2001
Edvard Munch: Psyche, Symbol and Expression
February 5–May 21, 2001
 
  House: Charged Space
June 11–September 16, 2001
 
  Hope [Photographs]
September 30–December 9, 2001
 
2002
André Masson: Inside Outside Surrealism
January 28–April 28, 2002
 
  In a Perfect World: Bermuda in the Context of American Landscape Painting
May 16–September 15, 2002
 
  Reclaiming a Lost Generation: German Self-Portraits from the Feldberg Collection
October 6–December 8, 2002
 
  Cowboys, Indians, & the Big Picture
October 6–December 8, 2002
 
2003
Éire|Land
February 2–May 19, 2003
 
  Abyssinia, 1867-1868: Artists on Campaign
June 11–September 7, 2003
 
  Common Ground: Photographers in the Street
June 11–September 7, 2003
 
  Ancient Microworlds
June 11–September 7, 2003
 
  Reflections in Black: Art and Activism, African American Photographs from the Smithsonian Institution
September 26–December 7, 2003
 
2004
Matta: Making the Invisible Visible
February 1–May 18, 2004
 
  Refigured
June 14–August 29, 2004
 
  Sarah Westlake
June 14–August 29, 2004
 
  Fernand Khnopff
September 19–December 5, 2004
 
2005
Accommodations of Desire: Surrealist Works on Paper Collected by Julien Levy
January 15–March 24, 2005
 
  GONE: Site-specific Works by Dorothy Cross
April 14–July 12, 2005
 
  TREE: A New Vision of the American Forest
June 14–August 29, 2004
 
  The Power of Conversation: Jewish Women and Their Salons
August 22–December 4, 2005
 
2006
Secular/Sacred: 11th- to 16th- Century Works
February 19-June 4, 2006
 
  Cosmophilia
September 1–December 31, 2006
 
2007
A New Key: Modern Belgian Art from the Simon Collection
February 10-July 22, 2007
 
  Pollock Matters
September 1-December 9, 2007