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Sadie, a Cotton Mill Spinner, Lancaster, South Carolina, 1908
Exhibition: Our Strength Is Our People: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine
05/07/21–08/02/2021 (more information)
Lewis Hine
Sadie, a Cotton Mill Spinner, Lancaster, South Carolina, 1908
gelatin silver print,
10 3/4 × 13 3/4 inches
Collection of Michael Mattis & Judith Hochberg. Courtesy art2art Circulating Exhibitions
Exhibition: Old World/New Soil: Foreign-Born American Artists from the Asheville Art Museum Collection
05/07/2021–08/02/2021 (more information)
Isac Friedlander
The Dreamer, 1960
oil on canvas, 25 1/8 × 40 1/8 inches
Gift of Anna J. Munster, MD, Ileana J. Grams, and M. Daniel Jacoubovitch, 2003.06.11.21. © Estate of Isac Friedlander.
The Dreamer, 1960
Huffman Gifts of Contemporary Southern Folk Art
Exhibition : Huffman Gifts of Contemporary Southern Folk Art
04/07/2021–09/13/2021 (more information)
Howard Finster
Untitled, 1988
paint on panel, 11 ½ × 27 inches
Asheville Art Museum, gift of Allen & Barry Huffman, 2018.57.07. © Estate of Howard Finster / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Yaddo, 1950
Exhibition: Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom
04/02/2021–06/21/2021 (more information)
Beauford Delaney
Yaddo, 1950
pastel on paper, 18 × 24 inches
Knoxville Museum of Art, 2017 purchase with funds provided by the Rachael Patterson Young Art Acquisition Reserve. © Estate of Beauford Delaney by permission of Derek L. Spratley
Exhibition: Meeting the Moon
Through 07/26/2021 (more information)
Meeting the Moon
Chris Johnson, Hank Willis Thomas, Bayeté Ross Smith, and Kamal Sinclair, Question Bridge: Black Males (still), 2012
Exhibition :Question Bridge: Black Males
Through ongoing1 (more information)
Chris Johnson, Hank Willis Thomas, Bayeté Ross Smith, and Kamal Sinclair, Question Bridge: Black Males (still), 2012
single-channel video installation, 2 hours, 53 minutes
produced by Delroy Lindo, Deborah Willis, and Jesse Williams, post-production producer Will Sylvester, supervising story producer Rosa White, . © Chris Johnson, image courtesy the Artist.

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Asheville, North Carolina 28801
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Additional fees may apply for selected exhibitions.

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Take Exit 5A Merrimon Avenue. At the light turn left onto Merrimon Avenue (the street will
become Broadway). Continue on Broadway toward Vance Monument. We are on the left
corner directly across from Posana Cafe.

About
Organized in 1948, the Asheville Art Museum is Western North Carolina's premier visual arts institution and its collections a unique resource in the city and the region. The Museum's programs engage diverse audiences of all ages in active exploration of themselves - their past and future - and their communities, through interpretation of American art since the beginning of the 20th century. Committed to being a vital force in the community and individual development, the Museum's focus is on lifelong learning through the visual arts for all audiences from pre-school children to senior citizens.

Ever mindful of our commitment to lifelong learning through the visual arts, we continue to evolve and enhance the dynamic features of the Web site over time, providing in-depth and interactive content and tools that allow Museum visitors like you to better access, explore and experience all of the rich programming and information that the Museum has to offer—from the comfort of your home or workplace.

Our Mission:
The Asheville Art Museum engages, enlightens and inspires individuals and enriches community through dynamic experiences in American Art of the 20th and 21st centuries.

Our Vision:
To transform lives through art.


Exhibitions

Our Strength Is Our People: The Humanist Photographs of Lewis Hine
May 7–August 2, 2021
(more information)

Old World/New Soil: Foreign-Born American Artists from the Asheville Art Museum Collection
May 7–August 2, 2021
(more information)

Huffman Gifts of Contemporary Southern Folk Art
April 7–September 13, 2021
(more information)

Beauford Delaney’s Metamorphosis into Freedom
April 2, 2021–June 21, 2021
(more information)

Meeting the Moon
Through July 26, 2021
(more information)

Question Bridge: Black Males
TBD
(more information)

Events

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