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.
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 KenneyJanuary 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 RuinsJanuary 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 1895-1900February 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 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.