Re-Framed: American Life, Legacy, and Ideals
Re-Framed examines the notion of a shared American identity while recognizing the complexity of factors that determine each person’s cultural and social viewpoints. Featuring artworks from the Permanent Collection that have not recently been shown, Re-Framed presents a multiplicity of artists who offer meaningful insights into both a personal and collective American experience. Exploring a range of ideas and perspectives that define us as a nation, this exhibition encourages a deeper reflection on the similarities and differences that comprise our diverse culture.
Organized by the Boise Art Museum
IMAGE: John Valadez, Santa Ana Condition, 1985, pastel on paper, 52″ x 121 ½”, Gift of Eileen and Peter Norton, Boise Art Museum Permanent Collection. Photo credit: Jonny Fuego.