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Announcement
February 9, 2022

Spring/summer exhibitions

Henry Art Gallery at University of Washington

Donna Huanca, Obsidian Ladder, 2019. Performance view, Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles, 2019. Courtesy of the artist, Marciano Art Foundation, Los Angeles, and Peres Projects, Berlin. Photo: Joshua White.

Chloë Bass, How Much of Love Is Attention?, 2019. Mirrored stainless steel with frosted vinyl lettering. Courtesy of the artist and the Studio Museum in Harlem. Photo: SaVonne Anderson.

Justine Kurland, Flashlight, 1999. Chromogenic color print. Courtesy Henry Art Gallery.

Juan Uslé, Le Louvre, 1983, printed 1997. Silver-dye bleach print. Courtesy Henry Art Gallery.

The Henry Art Gallery is pleased to announce the museum’s 2022 exhibitions. Anchored in the Henry’s mission to engage all people in the transformative power of contemporary art and ideas, this year's exhibitions continue to amplify artists' diverse voices as well as explore more expansive ways to highlight under-recognized stories, histories, and truths.

The poignant awareness of our bodies together or absent in public space is drawn out both in a major new commission by Donna Huanca and in Space Between, a thematic photography selection from the Henry collection. Meanwhile intimacy—scaled from the diminutive to the vast—is explored in new projects by ektor garcia and Chloë Bass. The myriad ways we form and reform identity and find ourselves in the physical and psychological world are seen through the focused lens of Double Dare Ya: Burns, Kurland, & Ross-Ho, as well as through the thematic approach of the moving image installations in everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.

Exhibitions will be activated through a wide range of programs, online and/or in-person as allowed. Together, the Henry's exhibitions and programs aim to provide a platform for cross-disciplinary dialogue, both within the museum and in the greater community.

Double Dare Ya: Burns, Kurland, & Ross-Ho
February 4–May 29, 2022

Space Between: Photographs from the Collection
February 4–May 29, 2022

Donna Huanca: MAGMA SLIT
April 2, 2022–February 5, 2023

ektor garcia
April 2–September 4, 2022

2022 University of Washington MFA + Thesis Exhibition
May 27–June 26, 2022

Paul Mpagi Sepuya
June–September 2022

everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.
July 2022–January 2023

Chloë Bass
Opens June 2022 at Volunteer Park

Continuing exhibitions
Diana Al-Hadid: Archive of Longings
Through Feb 6, 2022

Math Bass: a picture stuck in the mirror
Through Mar 6, 2022

EL SUEÑO: THE FLOWERS THAT BLOOM
Through Apr 3, 2022

Packaged Black: Derrick Adams and Barbara Earl Thomas
Through May 1, 2022

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