Dislocation/Negotiating Identity: Contemporary Photographs from South and Southeast Asia
Maika Elan (Nguyen Thanh Hai). Born in Hanoi, Vietnam, Born 1971. Lives and works in Hanoi. Untitled (detail) from The Pink Choice, 2012. Archival pigment print. Courtesy of the artist. ©2015 Maika Elan.
Mothers’ Arms: Käthe Kollwitz’s Women and War
Käthe Kollwitz, German (1867–1945). Die Mütter (The Mothers), Plate VI from the series Krieg (War). Germany. Woodcut printed in black on Japan paper, 1922–1923. Purchased. Smith College Museum of Art.
Uncanny Valley: Portraits of the Almost-Human
Jerome Liebling. American, 1924–2011. Mannequin, Minnesota from Photographs (detail), 1963 negative, 1976 print. Gelatin silver print. Purchased.
The Lay of the Land: Contemporary American Landscapes from the Collection
Fairfield Porter, American (1907–1975). Path in the Woods (detail), 1968. Oil on masonite. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Small, Jr. (Susan Spencer, class of 1948).