Seattle-based artist Rodrigo Valenzuela's first solo museum exhibition and large-scale presentation of work in Seattle, featuring two works created especially for the exhibition.
An exhibition of graphic works published in the journal Pan, which recorded the transition from modern forms of representation in the nineteenth century to the emergence of abstraction and expressionism in the twentieth.
Drawing on the collection of Seattle collectors Wayne Dodge and Lawrence Kreisman, the Frye Art Museum is proud to present 1900, a celebration of adornment for the home and body, with over 150 objects by renowned artists and architects of the fin de siècle.
Leo Saul Berk: The Uncertainty of EnclosureMay 30–September 6, 2015
Sculptural work by Seattle artist Leo Saul Berk exploring the impact of his childhood home, the iconic Ford House by architect Bruce Goff.