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Current Exhibitions

The Artist's Garden

On view until Sep 6, 2015

The Artist's Garden

American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887–1920

An exhibition inspired by the rich beauty of gardens and flowers will offer Chrysler visitors a chance to see works by top American Impressionists.

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In The Box: Hank Willis Thomas

On view until Oct 4, 2015

In The Box: Hank Willis Thomas

Black Righteous Space

One of the nation's top contemporary artists brings his trademark mix of visual imagery and social commentary to the Chrysler in a voice-activated, multimedia presentation.

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Beverly Fishman

On view until Jan 3, 2016

Beverly Fishman

In Sickness and In Health

The Chrysler Museum of Art explores our relationship to medicine and technology with an exhibition focused on the pharmaceutical industry.

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Collection Conversations

On view until Oct 18, 2015

Collection Conversations

Arshile Gorky: Between Worlds

Our series of joint exhibitions with the National Gallery of Art continues with a featured look at Arshile Gorky, and a bonus loan of a Gustav Klimt painting.

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Adeline's Portal

On view until Dec 31, 2016

Adeline's Portal

A Conceptual Installation by Beth Lipman

This conceptual art installation by Beth Lipman, a Chrysler Museum Glass Studio Artist in Residence, was created live in front of our Studio audience and was inspired by Norfolk history. It's on display at the Moses Myers House.

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The Norfolk Rooms

On view until Dec 31, 2015

The Norfolk Rooms

At The Willoughby-Baylor House

Come enjoy a mix of art and history at the Willoughby-Baylor House on East Freemason Street in downtown Norfolk. This exhibit re-imagines early 1800s life via antiques and artworks.

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Tidewater Wildflowers

On view until Mar 6, 2016

Tidewater Wildflowers

Watercolors by Bessie Tyler

From a  Depression-era botanical survey to works of art. That's the story with this exhibition of works by Elizabeth "Bessie" Murray Tyler at the Willoughby-Baylor House.

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