NEW & CONTINUING EXHIBITIONS
Nature: Forms & Forces, The Photographs of Algimantas Kezys

Through March 6, 2022
This exhibit highlights selected gelatin silver prints by the Lithuanian photographer, Algimantas Kezys (1928-2015). Some of these works have never been seen before now. MMAA retains a collection of 70 black & white photographs by this ordained Jesuit Priest, who beginning in the early 1960s, pursued life as he saw it through the viewfinder of his 35 mm camera.
Mary Amador: Embracing Family
A Spotlight Exhibit

Through February 20, 2022
The exhibit consists of 12 mixed media works that relate to the artist’s biographical experiences as told through portraits of her children and family. The artist states, “My work started as a cathartic path to express my experiences as a Mexican-American child. I find my work evolving, influenced by my role as a mother and all of its boundless emotions. I find the need to transfer these feelings to my art with my children serving as my subjects.”
Recent Acquisitions From the Permanent Collection

Through February 20, 2022
This exhibit looks back over the past ten years to highlight some of the museum’s most important holdings acquired from 2011 to 2021. Encompassing a range of media and techniques, this exhibit will mark the first time that these never before been seen treasures have been shown publicly.
Norman Rockwell: America's Illustrator

Through September 25, 2022
Norman Rockwell is America’s greatest Storyteller. Today his work is appreciated by the art world as a type of genre painting tinged with nostalgia for the life of a by-gone era. This large collection of collotypes and lithographs brings some of the most famous covers to life.
MMAA Permanent Collection
Main Gallery

Ongoing
Presenting four decades of acquisitions from over 500 sources across the country, the museum's collection features significant artists from the annals of American Art History such as Grant Wood, John Singer Sargent and Andy Warhol. This exhibition is on permanent view throughout the year.
Overbeck Art Pottery
R. Douglas Grant Family Gallery

Ongoing
This historically significant collection of ceramic vases, figurines, tableware, paintings and drawings produced by the Overbeck sisters of Cambridge City, Indiana is on permanent view throughout the year. The contents of this exhibit were generously donated to the Midwest Museum by R. Douglas & Barbara Grant.

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