Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University
October 9 - January 29, 2017
An exhibition of etchings from a book that documented a religious festival in 1671 Spain.
October 9 - January 29, 2017
An exhibition of more than 90 works created between 1915 and 1957 by Spanish artists. The show draws primarily from the Asociación Colección Arte Contemporáneo and includes works by Eduardo Chillida, Óscar Domínguez, Pablo Gargallo, Julio González, Antoni Tàpies, Joaquín Torres-García, Josep de Togores, and Jorge Oteiza, among others.
An exhibition focusing on Salvador Dalí’s L’homme poisson, an oil-on-canvas painting from 1930. The show presents the painting along with infrared and x-ray images of the work. Also on...Read More
An exhibition of works by Texas artists Carlotta Corpron and Janet Turner. Both artists taught in Texas universities and focused on process, with Corpron creating photographs and...Read More
An exhibition of works by Marie Cronin. The artist lived in Europe and Texas, painting portraits that were shown in Paris salons and created for Texas statesmen.
An exhibition of over 100 works from the Alba collection. Included in the show is Fra Angelico’s The Virgin of the Pomegranate, the artist’s only painting...Read More
The US premiere of a major travelling exhibition featuring more than 100 works from the 15th to the 20th centuries, including works by Spanish masters...Read More
The inaugural Arts Entrepreneurship Educators Conference. Click for more information
Comini Lecture Series: Enacting the Archives, Discentering the Muses: Museums and Biennials in the Colonial Horizon of Modernity
Walter Mignolo will argue that a processes of dewesternization is taking place in museums and biennials, parallel to the economic and political process in the...Read More
The first major exhibition of work by Joaquín Sorolla to focus on the impact of the artist in the United States. The exhibition will feature...Read More
Global Early Modern Studies Lecture Series: The Print Shop Window as Cultural Screen in 18th-Century London
This talk with Joseph Monteyne, Ph.D., Associate Professor, History of Art, University of British Columbia examines a number of graphic satires produced in London during the second half...Read More
The exhibition celebrates the Meadows Museum’s recent acquisition of a unique album compiled by renowned American collector and expatriate William Hood Stewart during the latter...Read More
An album for cartes de visite compiled by American expatriate William H. Stewart (1820-1897) sheds light on the lives and careers of four important Spanish...Read More
The Prado Museum and the Meadows Museum present the first-ever monographic exhibition on the work of Spanish painter Martín Rico y Ortega (1833-1908). Rico’s luminous,...Read More
“Say, are you making a portrait or are you bringing it to life? For this royal image is so surpassingly excellent that I would judge...Read More
Works of art donated to SMU by Calloway and Jerry Bywaters Cochran, daughter of renowned Texas artist and SMU alum Jerry Bywaters. The collection includes...Read More
Seven 20th-century paintings purchased by the late Frances Golden Ware’s parents from the artists, including oil paintings by Robert Julian Onderdonk, Elmer Page Turner, Ila...Read More
80 fundamental works by Mexican artists of the early 20th century from an esteemed collection. Organized by Museo Colección Blaisten of the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de...Read More
Sculptures and works on paper from the museum’s collection, many of which were generous gifts from Calatrava himself, commemorates the continuing symbiosis between the artist...Read More
Accompanying the display of Ribera’s Magdalene, this exhibition will illuminate the stories surrounding Mary Magdalene through holdings on the SMU campus.
The second in a series of loans from the Prado Museum will feature Jusepe de Ribera’s Mary Magdalene along with other works revealing a less...Read More
The sixth century Chinese cave temples of Xiangtangshan, carved into limestone cliffs in the mountains of northern China, were once home to a magnificent array...Read More
Coinciding with the Super Bowl XLV, the Meadows Museum presents an exhibition exploring the regional tradition of six-man football. Since 1991, photographer Laura Wilson took...Read More
The Meadows Museum presents a set of codices from the Sacristy of the Sistine Chapel will be on display as part of the exhibition The...Read More
Timed to coincide with Super Bowl XLV, the Meadows Museum presents an exhibition exploring the regional tradition of six-man football. Since 1991, acclaimed photographer Laura...Read More
El Greco’s monumental masterpiece Pentecost will be installed at the Meadows Museum at Southern Methodist University, marking the beginning of a multifaceted three-year partnership with...Read More
Royal Splendor in the Enlightenment: Charles IV of Spain, Patron and Collector features stunning 18th century decorative and fine art from the Spanish Royal collections and...Read More
SMU and CentralTrak, the University of Texas at Dallas’ Artists Residency, bring the symposium Art Work: A Local Conversation About Art, Labor, and Economics to...Read More
"From the Temple and the Tomb: Etruscan Treasures from Tuscany will be the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Etruscan art ever undertaken in America....Read More
This is big! The Meadows Museum has scored an exclusive U.S. showing of 64 drawings from the collection of Juan Abelló and his wife, Anna...Read More
So who is Jack Kilby?, you wonder. Well he’s only the Nobel Prize-winning genius who invented the microchip!! Oh, and when he wasn’t busy changing...Read More
From the collection of the University of Arizona, SMU presents 27 15th-century Spanish paintings from Cathedral of Ciudad Rodrigo.
Featuring work from Hudson River School artists to Abstract Expressionists, including Asher B. Durand, Winslow Homer, James McNeill Whistler, Thomas Eakins, John Singer Sargent, Frederic...Read More