Past Exhibitions


Patrick Oliphant, Homage to Daumier, 2000

Sep 6, 2012 - Jan 31, 2013

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Political Wits, 100 Years Apart Daumier and Oliphant at the Phillips


Art thumbs its nose at politics in this election-inspired gallery, featuring works by Honoré Daumier (French, 1808–79) and Patrick Oliphant (Australian, b. 1935) from the museum’s permanent collection.

Oct 6, 2012 - Jan 6, 2013

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Per Kirkeby Paintings and Sculpture


One of Europe's most celebrated living artists, Per Kirkeby (Danish, b. 1938), is a painter, sculptor, geologist, filmmaker, writer, and poet. The exhibition features 26 richly layered paintings and 11 striking bronzes.

John Cage, Untitled, 1988

Jun 2 - Sep 9, 2012

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John Cage at the Phillips


Three watercolors by avant-garde composer John Cage—a close friend and collaborator of Jasper Johns—are on view with other works from the Phillips by contemporaries Mark Tobey and Morris Graves.

Mansion, Antony Gormley, 1982

Jun 2 - Sep 9, 2012

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Antony Gormley Drawing Space


The Phillips presents drawings and sculptures by one of Britain’s most high-profile living artists, Antony Gormley (b. 1950), the Turner Prize-winner’s first U.S. museum exhibition of works on paper.

Flags II, Jasper Johns, 1970

Jun 2 - Sep 9, 2012

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Jasper Johns Variations on a Theme


Jasper Johns’s creative impulses and collaborations with distinguished print workshops have produced over 360 editions, acclaimed as some of the most pioneering artworks of the last century.

Alyson Shotz, Ecliptic, 2012

Feb 16 - May 27, 2012

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Intersections: Alyson Shotz Ecliptic


Ecliptic—three interrelated large-scale drawings made of yarn looped over thousands of nails—investigates spatial perception and engages the architecture of the gallery.

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