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The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College

Public Institution
The Frances Young Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery at Skidmore College
815 North Broadway
Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
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  Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), USA 139 8
  Fraenkel Gallery, USA 32 4
  McKee Gallery, USA 23 1
  Galerie Jean Fournier, France 21 1
  Cheim & Read, USA 20 4

Foundation year: 2000
Eugène Atget  1857-1927, FR
Jean Blackburn  , US
Daniel Clarke  1971, US
Lydia Dona  1955, RO
Nancy Dwyer  1954, US
Elger Esser  1967, DE
François Regis Gignoux  1816-1882, FR
Nan Goldin  1953, US
Philip Guston  1913-1980, US
Jim Hodges  1957, US
Jessica Jackson Hutchins  1971, US
Joan Mitchell  1926-1992, US
Ann Pibal  1969, US
W. Eugene Smith  1918-1978, US
Joan Snyder  1940, US
George Stoll  1954, US
Toshiko Takaezu  1922, US
Garry Winogrand  1928-1984, US
 Previous Exhibitions   104
  Solo showAlma Thomas
  Group showBorrowed Light: Selections from the Jack Shear Collection

  Group showNo Place to Hide
  Solo showMachine Project - The Platinum Collection (Live by Special Request)
  Group showAffinity Atlas
  Solo showOpener 29: Arturo Herrera
  Solo showNicholas Krushenick: Electric Soup
  Solo showShahzia Sikander

Description Group showI was a double
  Solo showOpener 26. Jeff Sonhouse: Slow Motion
  Solo showOpener 27. Beverly Semmes: Frp
  Solo showOpener 28. Erika Verzutti: Mineral
  Solo showErika Verzutti - Mineral
  Group showOne Work
  Solo showDavid Greenberger - One Upon

  Solo showClassless Society
  Solo showOpener 25. Hildur Asgeirsdottir Jonsson
  Group showTransformer
  Solo showOpener 24 - Carrie Moyer
  Solo showPaul Shambroom: Meetings
  Solo showSomeday Is Now: The Art of Corita Kent

  Group showAs the Night the Day
  Group showWe the People
  Solo showTerry Adkins: Recital
  Group showDance/Draw
  Group showHearing Pictures
  Group showRiot Selections From The Ann And Mel Schaffer Family Collection
  Solo showDonald Moffett: The Extravagant Vein
  Solo showNancy Grossman: Tough Life Diary
  Group showExtensions of the Eye: Three Women Photographers
  Solo showOpener 23 - Pam Lins: Denver Gold

  Group showCuriouser and Curiouser: Exploring Image and Identity in Alice in Wonderland
  Group showBehind Those Planes Are the Stars
  Solo showI Myself Have Seen It: Photography and Kiki Smith
  Solo showElevator Music - 19 Kabir Carter: Split
  Solo showOpener 22 - Whiting Tennis
  Group showMelt
  Group showAnd All You Suck In Is Oil
  Solo showElevator Music - 18 Michael Prime: L-Fields
  Group showAlumni Invitational 3
  Group showEnvironment and Object Recent African Art
  Solo showUnstable Ground
  Group showSay--Sea--Take Me!

  Solo showElevator Music - 17 Peter Edwards: Specter
  Group showThe Jewel Thief
  Group showEye Rhymes
  Solo showOpener 21 - Suzanne Bocanegra: I Write the Songs
  Solo showOpener 19: Los Carpinteros
  Solo showFred Tomaselli
  Solo showPower Play
  Solo showOpener 20 - Paula Hayes: Understory

  Solo showNicole Eisenman
  Solo showArlene Shechet
  Group showLives of The Hudson
Description and image Group showAmazement Park: Stan, Sara and Johannes VanDerBeek
  Solo showEduardo Paolozzi: General Dynamic F.U.N.
  Solo showTim Rollins and K.O.S.: A History
  Solo showOpener 16: Oliver Herring: Me Us Them
  Solo showA Marriage of Heaven and Hell

  Solo showMaya Murals: The Art of Power
  Solo showDario Robleto: Alloy of Love
  Solo showThird Person Singular
  Solo showOpener 15: Amy Sillman: Third Person Singular
  Solo showElevator Music 12: Jessica Rylan
  Group showThings Remain
  Solo showOpener 14: Dean Snyder: Almost Blue
  Group showSmack
  Solo showOpener 13: Joseph Grigely: St. Cecelia

  Group showMolecules That Matter
  Group showStripes
  Solo showAtmospherics/Weather Works
  Solo showWest African Masquerade
  Group showAlumni Invitational 2
  Solo showJoachim Schmid - Photoworks 1982-2007
  Solo showHeavyweight champion

  Group showTwice Drawn
  Solo showOpener 11: Nina Katchadourian: All Forms of Attraction
  Group showSomnambulist/Fabulist

  Solo showRichard Pettibone - A Retrospective
  Solo showElevator Music 6: Pamela Z
  Solo showOpener 10: Kathy Butterly: Freaks and Beauties
  Solo showAmerica Starts Here
  Solo showOpener 10: Kathy Butterly
  Solo showOpener 9: Michael Oatman: A Lifetime of Service and a Mile of Thread
   Weapons of Mass Dissemination.The Propaganda of War
  Group showA Very Liquid Heaven
  Solo showOpener 8: Lee Boroson: Outer Limit

  Group showAbout Painting

  Group showBrushing the Present: Contemporary Academy Painting from China
  Solo showOpener 5: Alyson Shotz: A Slight Magnification of Altered Things
  Solo showOpener 3: Some Kind of Love: Nayland Blake, Performance Video 1989-2002
  Group showLiving with Duchamp
  Solo showTrisha Brown: Dance and Art in Dialogue 1961 – 2001
  Solo showKara Walker: Narratives of a Negress

  Solo showOpener 2: Paul Henry Ramirez: Elevatious Transcendsualistic
  Solo showFred Wilson: Objects and Installations 1979-2000
  Group showFrom Pop to Now: Selections from the Sonnabend Collection
  Group showStaging the Indian: The Politics of Representation
  Group showChain Reaction: Rube Goldberg and Contemporary Art

  Group showParadise Now: Picturing the Genetic Revolution
  Group showWork: Shaker Design and Recent Art
  Solo showDavid Miller: A Retrospective
  Group showThe World According to the Newest and Most Exact Observations: Mapping Art and Science

  Group showS.O.S.: Scenes of Sounds
Last update: 21 June 2017
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