Love (June 22-October 8) examines this sometimes intense, often elusive emotion. True love, familial love, romantic love, self-love, platonic love, forbidden love, and lost love are all aspects of this universal emotion.

Through contemporary art, Love explores, celebrates, and looks deeply at these various aspects of love and connects us with our shared humanity. Love is an adaptation of the 2022 exhibition, What Is Left Unspoken, Love at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.

Love includes work by Ghada Amer, Thomas Barger, Susanna Coffey, Alanna Fields, Andrea Galvani, Jeffrey Gibson, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Fritzi Huber, Rashid Johnson, Jana Vander Lee, Felicita Felli Maynard, William Selig, Dixon Stetler, Lien Truong, Michele Tejuola Turner, jina valetine, and Akram Zaatari. Loans for this exhibition are from Art Bridges and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, the High Museum of Art, and private collections.


Love is an adaptation of the 2022 exhibition What is Left Unspoken, Love at the High Museum of Art, Atlanta.


Visitors under the age of 18 may find content challenging in the exhibition, Love. We kindly request parental guidance.


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