OPEN TODAY 10-8pm CAFÉ 10-7pm
OPEN

An Accidental Visitor to the United States Wooding—Up on the Mississippi Princess

Enlarge
An Accidental Visitor to the United States Wooding—Up on the Mississippi Princess, 2010, by Stacy Lynn Waddell (American, b. 1966), singed paper, 96 x 51 inches, photograph courtesy of Christopher Ciccone.

Back to “Curatorial Perspective: An Upcoming Exhibition Takes Shape.”

Related Content

THE DAILY BY BUTCHER & BEE ANNOUNCES PARTNERSHIP WITH THE GIBBES MUSEUM

Introducing The Daily at the Gibbes: Beginning in early-2018, The Daily will assume operations of the Gibbes Museum Café installing a new concept and serving favorites from the Upper King…

READ MORE

Looking Back to Summer Fun

For the first time ever, the Gibbes offered a summer teen camp for ages 13 and up. Two week-long portrait study sessions were offered in June and July. Long-time Gibbes…

READ MORE

Along for the Ride—Music Manager Matthew Fritz on Ben Sollee

I first saw Ben Sollee in 2009 at a club in Boulder, Colorado, called the Fox Theater. At the time I was a regular at the Fox, hanging out there…

READ MORE

Not Your Average Portraits

In 2016, the Gibbes received two incredible gifts to the permanent collection: a portrait of Mary Jackson by Mary Whyte and a portrait of Mary Whyte by Jill Hooper. The…

READ MORE