Experience Hannah Wilke: Art for Life’s Sake in its opening weekend. The exhibition is the first major presentation of Wilke’s groundbreaking work in over a decade. This career-spanning exhibition encompasses the full arc of Wilke’s practice from the 1960s to her untimely death in 1993. It features some of the artist’s most iconic works in addition to some that have rarely been shown. Installed throughout the museum, this selection of nearly 120 works demonstrates Wilke’s versatility and innovative approach to materials. The exhibition offers new perspectives on this influential artist, revealing her to be a trailblazer who was as invested in advancing the position of women in society as she was in developing a unique artistic practice.

Admission is free. Timed-entry tickets are required and will become available mid-May. Subscribe to our e-newsletter to be notified.