An exhibition of large-scale pinhole photographs of Cleveland bridges by Vaughn Wascovich. The artists manipulates the photographic negatives with various media and techniques, resulting in photographs that appear "painterly."
An exhibition featuring geometric abstract works on loan from the IMAS. The show includes pieces by Joseph Albers, Robert Indiana, Rinaldo Paluzzi, Vincent Mariani, George van der Sluis, Herbert Bayer, Horst Scheffler, Larry Zox, Walter Allner, Allan D’Arcangelo, Julian Stanczak, Ingrid Pohl, Sam Vanni, Aimo Taleva, Paul Osipow, Lars-Gunner Nordstrom, Ernst Mether-Borgstrom, Seppo Karkkainen, Matti Kujasalo, Outi Ikkala, and Jorma Hautala.
An exhibition of cinema posters designed by Josep Renau. Via the museum:"Mr. Renau revolutionized the design of film propaganda in Mexico. He introduced the technique of airbrush, which provided more realistic images and allowed for offset printing. Posters for the major films of the period include: “Ahí está el detalle” by Cantinflas; “Allá en el rancho grande” and “El Ceniciento” by Tin Tan; “El peñón de las Animas,” the first movie of María Félix; and “Ensayo de un crimen” by Buñuel, among others."