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  1. Sunday, March 3, 2024

  2. Monday, March 4, 2024

Exhibitions Opening This Spring

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Get ready for an exciting spring filled with new exhibition openings and artist talks.


On March 28th, join 21c Louisville for the opening reception of Labor&Materials with featured artist Marina Zurkow. The celebration of contemporary art continues the next night with the opening of Yinka Shonibare CBE: The American Library at the Speed Art Museum. We’re thrilled to be co-presenting this special exhibition that serves as a celebration of the diversity of the American population and acts as an instigator of discovery and debate. Join our Chief Curator Alice Gray Stites and Miranda Lash, Speed Art Museum Curator of Contemporary Art for a gallery talk on opening night, March 29th from 5-8 pm.

Zanele Muholi, Massa and Minah II featured in Labor&Materials.


21c Durham and the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) in Raleigh will present South African artist Wim Botha’s first solo museum exhibition in the U.S., Wim Botha: Still Life with Discontent. Featuring works that span Botha’s career, the cross-institutional exhibition will provide visitors with varied experiences of the artist’s work and a new site-specific installation at each venue. This exhibition opens on April 13th.

Wood, bronze, oil paint, glass, fluorescent lights – 21c Museum Hotel

Wim Botha, Still Life With Water featured in Wim Botha: Still Life with Discontent.

SEEING NOW is a multi-media selection of works by over two dozen artists that explores what and how we see today. Join us on May 9th for the opening reception at 21c Oklahoma City with featured artist Michael Waugh.

Michael Waugh, The Unraveling (The Financial Crisis Inquiry Report, part 8) (detail) featured in SEEING NOW


Pop Stars! Popular Culture and Contemporary Art moves to 21c Lexington. This exhibition will be on view from May 18th and stay tuned for more details about the opening reception with artist Derrick Adams on June 6th.

Frances Goodman, Dark Thoughts featured in Pop Stars! Popular Culture and Contemporary Art.