Frye Art Museum

Upcoming Exhibitions

September 27, 2014–January 4, 2015
It’s that thing where you ♥ an image and that painting goes in an exhibition. This Fall, the Frye Founding Collection is crowd-curated. You are the curator.
Pan Gongkai: Withered Lotus Cast in Iron
October 4, 2014–January 18, 2015
The Frye Art Museum is proud to present the first solo museum exhibition in the United States of distinguished Chinese artist Pan Gongkai (b. 1947). A contemporary master of ink painting, Pan Gongkai creates a large-scale, site-specific ink painting extending the entire length of the museum’s largest gallery.
Jessika Kenney
January 10–February 1, 2015
Vocalist and composer Jessika Kenney creates an ephemeral site-specific video installation inspired by Persian and Javanese secular court music.
Rodrigo Valenzuela: Future Ruins
January 31–April 26, 2015
Seattle-based artist Rodrigo Valenzuela constructs a large-scale installation, comprising photography, projections, and sculpture, on the theme of future ruins.
Pan: A Graphic Arts Capsule of Europe 1895-1900
February 21–May 10, 2015
An exhibition of prints published in the journal Pan, which documented the turbulence between avant-garde and conservative artists in fin-de-siècle Europe.
Leo Saul Berk: The Uncertainty of Enclosure
May 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.