The Latest at the Blanton

November 17, 2012 – September 1, 2013

Antonio Carneo’s seventeenth-century painting The Death of Rachel, restored by the National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, serves as the focal point of Restoration and Revelation: Conserving the Suida-Manning Collection, an exhibition that thoughtfully considers the ethical and aesthetic choices involved in art restoration and conservation.

William Hogarth: Proceed with Caution

June 16, 2016 | Adam Bennett

October 6 – January 20, 2013

A selection of prints by celebrated English satirist William Hogarth, including his important eighteenth-century series Marriage à la Mode, A Rake’s Progress, and Industry and Idleness.

September 16 – January 13, 2013
Into the Sacred City: Tibetan Buddhist Deities from the Theos Bernard Collection explores the rich art and religion of this fascinating region through five mandalas and three thangkas dating from the fifteenth to twentieth centuries.
September 16 – January 13, 2013

The Rules of Basketball is an exhibition of works by contemporary artist Paul Pfeiffer, presented in conjunction with a special display of James Naismith’s “Original Rules of Basket Ball” — the 1891 document that outlined the 13 original rules of the game. In a rare union, the exhibition considers the sport from a historical perspective, and, on a more psychological level, explores the phenomena and spectacle that surround it.