From January 2020 through June 2022, the museum operated Albright-Knox Northland, a refurbished manufacturing facility in the Northland Corridor on Buffalo's East Side, in order to continue to engage communities across Western New York while the main campus was closed for construction. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Albright-Knox Northland was the site of six dynamic exhibitions, each of which provided new pathways for visitors to engage with art and creativity that would not have been possible on the museum's Elmwood Avenue campus. Explore these exhibitions below.
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In These Truths
February 19 – June 5, 2022
In These Truths is an exhibition of works by Black cultural producers, co-curated by two of Buffalo’s most influential, charismatic, and insightful artists, Edreys Wajed and Aitina Fareed-Cooke, in collaboration with Curator of Public Art Aaron Ott.
Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art
October 16, 2021 – January 16, 2022
Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art brings together a diverse group of seventeen artists and collectives who creatively reimagine the digital tools that shape our lives.
Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color
June 26, 2021 – September 12, 2021
Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color is the largest exhibition of work by this artist, performer, and beloved children’s book author ever assembled, and will be accompanied by a series of artist residencies.
Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration
February 12, 2021 – May 16, 2021
Comunidades Visibles (Visible Communities): The Materiality of Migration brings together artworks by first- or second-generation immigrant Latinx artists who celebrate their communities and interrogate the materials and stories that form their foundations.
Swoon: Seven Contemplations
September 26, 2020 – January 10, 2021
Swoon: Seven Contemplations has transformed Albright-Knox Northland into an open and meditative environment featuring a number of the artist's large-scale sculptural installations as well as her first stop-motion animation video.
Open House: Domestic Thresholds by Heather Hart, Edra Soto, and Rodney Taylor
January 17, 2020 – March 8, 2020
This first exhibition at Albright-Knox Northland features work by Heather Hart, Edra Soto, and Rodney Taylor that explores how people build connections to others both inside and outside the walls of those structures we call home.
Albright-Knox Northland is Closed
Shantell Martin's Dance Everyday
Check out Shantell Martin's Public Art Initiative mural Dance Everyday, 2017, nearby at 537 East Delavan Avenue.