Holly Andres

MAM's exhibition program is a broad landscape that serves and represents diverse audiences and creative interests.

Each year, 20 to 25 solo and group exhibitions rotate through six state-of-the-art galleries. MAM organizes and rents exhibits, develops programs through community partnerships, and welcomes the opportunity to review exhibition proposals.

MAM does not accept commissions on the sale of artwork but in support of artists, will put collectors in touch with artists or artists' representatives.

View the 2016 Spring Summer Newsletter, Calendar, and Studio Art Classes

Gennie DeWeese: The Process of Painting
Gennie DeWeese: The Process of Painting
This exhibit of colorful and lively paintings from MAM's Permanent Collection features works that provide a glimpse into the extraordinary mind and talent of beloved Bozeman artist Gennie DeWeese. Selected from more than 30 DeWeese paintings in MAM's collection, these nonobjective works, are a small but significant representation of the 60-year career of this important figure in Montana's colorful art history.
DATES:
February 12 - May 21, 2016
Modernist Ceramics From MAM's Permanent Collection
Modernist Ceramics From MAM's Permanent Collection
Frances Senksa, Val Knight, and Maxine Blackmer were three grandes dames of Montana Modernism. This small exhibit features fine ceramic works by these three inspiring artists, teachers, and scholars who worked to change the landscape of contemporary art in Montana.
DATES:
February 19 - May 21, 2016
Gesine Janzen: Floodplains
Gesine Janzen: Floodplains
This exhibition combines two of Bozeman based artist Gesine Janzen's bodies of work that use river imagery to explore the passing of time and the elusive qualities of memory. Janzen employs multiple print processes such as woodcut, monotype, lithography, and intaglio to layer multiple colors, forms, and veils of ink. These layers reflect the physical qualities of flowing water and mimic the act of recollection.
DATES:
February 19 - June 25, 2016
Larry Thomas: Ammophilia
Larry Thomas: Ammophilia
Thomas' artworks depicts the quiet moments, places of transition between grass and sand, sky and water. His abstract drawings, paintings, and prints of the coastline suggest change and the resilience of native species. They also reflect the mood of shifting weather patterns and seasons.
DATES:
March 04 - July 23, 2016
Hellgate's Finest Fine Art 2016
Hellgate's Finest Fine Art 2016
This year's high school art exhibit is focused on the creative outpouring of Hellgate High School's art students. Students represented will be from all grade levels. Hellgate is lucky to have four superb art teachers to inspire their students: Marvin Pauls, Jeffrey Brown, Courtney Christopher, and Hellgate's recent addition, Amy York.
DATES:
March 29 - May 26, 2016
Abbie Miller: Exit Strategies
Abbie Miller: Exit Strategies
MAM will feature Miller's talent and creative process in the form of a site-specific installation entitled Abbie Miller: Exit Strategies. Ever since MAM re-opened as an expanded museum in 2006 the exhibition staff has sought out artists working in installation and large-scale sculpture to create original works for the new beautiful spaces.
DATES:
April 01 - August 13, 2016
Holly Andres: The Homecoming
Holly Andres: The Homecoming
The Missoula Art Museum is honored to share this exhibit by Portland, OR photographer Holly Andres. Displayed in MAM's stately Carnegie Gallery, Holly Andres: The Homecoming features photographs selected from three large and several smaller suites of photographs.
DATES:
April 08 - August 20, 2016
Frank Stella: Henry Garden
Frank Stella: Henry Garden
Frank Stella's recent retrospective at the Whitney Museum of Art was the most comprehensive presentation of Stella's work to date, and included expressions in every media, including his groundbreaking shaped abstract paintings such as the one exhibited at MAM.
DATES:
April 18 - August 20, 2016


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