Positive Fragmentation

Indiana University, Eskenazi Museum of Art 1133 E 7th St, Bloomington, IN

Positive Fragmentation: From the Collections of the Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation features more than 180 prints by contemporary women artists who employ a strategy of fragmentation in their artistic process. Some of the works focus their attention on the human body, as in Louise Bourgeois’s Anatomy series (1990) or Wangechi Mutu’s Histology […]

Storywork: The Prints of Marie Watt

Art Museum of West Virginia University 20 Fine Arts Drive, Morgantown, WV

Marie Watt (Seneca, b. 1967) is one of the country’s most celebrated contemporary artists whose work draws on personal experience, indigenous traditions, proto-feminism, mythology and art history. Drawing on the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation and the University of San Diego, Marie Watt Prints will present a mid-career retrospective of Watt’s […]

John Buck: Prints and Sculptures

Brunnier Art Museum – Iowa State University 1805 Center Drive, Ames, IA

John Buck (American, b. 1946) is a nationally recognized Montana artist who has created a large and powerful body of woodblock prints and wood sculptures over the past four decades. Drawn from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, this major exhibition features 30 prints and 8 sculpture that span a forty-year […]

The Art of Food

Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art at Portland State University 1855 SW Broadway, Portland, OR

Featuring more than 100 works in a variety of media from the renowned collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, The Art of Food showcases how some of the most prominent artists of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries have considered this universal subject. Organized thematically, this exhibition uses an artistic lens to examine food […]

Louise Bourgeois: What is the Shape of This Problem

University of Southern California, USC Fisher Museum of Art 823 Exposition Blvd., Los Angeles, CA

Although best known for her profound sculptures of monumental spiders, evocative human figures, and fleshly anthropomorphic forms, Louise Bourgeois maintained a prolific drawing and writing practice and an ongoing interest in illustrated books and printmaking throughout the course of her long career. Louise Bourgeois: What is the Shape of This Problem presents 119 works with a […]