After months of closure due to the pandemic, Phillips Academy's Addison Gallery of American Art is open with six new exhibits for viewers to explore into 2021. Through January 3, Roy DeCarava and To Make Art Visible: Art and Activism, 1980—2020 are on view. To Make Art Visible profiles artwork created during and after Ronald Reagan was president, by artists who refused to separate their art from politics. Their pieces challenge the Reagan Revolution and its fallout through confrontational depictions of marginalized people, their struggles and their demands for change. Roy DeCarava profiles the photographer of the same name, who is famous for his photographs of the people in his hometown of Harlem, New York. He photographed his subjects with warmth and humanity, creating a body of work portraying Black American life outside of political or sociological statements. An Incomplete History of Photography: 1860s to 1960s is on view through February 21, 2021 with a collection of photographs tracking both the evolution of the medium and the growth and change of the United States over the years. Wayfinding: Contemporary Artists, Critical Dialogues, and the Sidney R. Knafel Map Collection is showing until February 28, 2021, offering the new work of six artists in response to a two-year engagement with Phillips Academy’s Sidney R. Knafel Map Collection​. On view through March 7, 2021 is Currents/Crosscurrents: American Art 1850-1950, which pulls from the gallery's extensive collection to create displays that give a more nuanced and holistic look at America's creative history. Last but not least, Robert Frank: The Americans is showing through April 11, 2021, displaying photographs from the titular photography book and providing an honest, unflinching account of 1950s America. Each of Addison Gallery of American Art's exhibits offers striking and uncompromising visuals to broaden each viewer's perspective and teach them something new. Addison Gallery of American Art is located at 3 Chapel Avenue in Andover, Massachusetts and is open FridaySaturday 10:00 a.m.5:00 p.m. and Sunday 1:005:00 p.m. For more information, visit