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The Frick offers an exciting schedule of special exhibitions featuring art and artists from the Renaissance to the present.

View current, future, and past exhibitions below, or view our virtual exhibitions here.

Through September 26, 2021

Sporting Fashion: Outdoor Girls 1800 to 1960

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The first exhibition to explore the evolution of women's sporting attire in Western fashion, Sporting Fashion will look at the impact of new technologies and evolving social mores on women's clothing for sport, charting the cultural and material developments that allowed women to make their way outdoors.
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Through November 28, 2021

Cast in Chrome: The Art of Hood Ornaments

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Over the history of motoring, hood ornaments evolved from the practical (externally mounted radiator caps) to the purely decorative. Today, only a few luxury brands continue the tradition. Why were hood ornaments so popular and what led to their near demise?
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Reckoning: Grief and Light

A multisensory installation of sculpture by Artist-in-Residence Vanessa German explores the capacity of museums to function as spaces of public reckoning. Three altarpieces created as an elegy to George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Elijah McClain, and other lives lost at the hands of police, accompanied by selections from a contemporary symphony inspired by the history of Africans enslaved on rice plantations, compose an immersive experience that offers a meditation on grief, love, and social healing.
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Permanent Collection

In the galleries at The Frick Art Museum you will find fabulous examples of early Renaissance Italian painting; rare French and Flemish tapestries; Renaissance and Baroque bronze statuettes; eighteenth-century French painting, furniture and decorative arts; spectacular Chinese porcelains; and masterpieces by artists such as Rubens, Boucher, Gainsborough, and Fragonard.
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