Exhibition at a Glance

Exhibitions at the Katonah Museum of Art range from realism to abstraction, from ancient artifacts to cutting edge contemporary, from traditional painting to recycled plastics. Every few months the Museum is transformed. During the school year, this diverse schedule offers educators and students multiple opportunities to explore visual history and connect their Museum experience to classroom learning. In addition, every year an exhibition of student artwork is displayed throughout the Museum.

On View March 13 – June 26, 2022

Constant Carnival: The Haas Brothers in Context
In the Main Galleries

Playful and sometimes irreverent, the contemporary designers Simon and Nikolai Haas create sculptural works that burst with imagination, humor and surprise. Constant Carnival: The Haas Brothers in Context presents these innovative designs alongside historical artists such Hieronymus Bosch and Salvador Dalí that similarly explore the tradition of the “carnivalesque.”

Visitors to this exhibition will enter a world of limitless imagination and unexpected visual experiences that crisscrosses between craft and art, functional design and fantasy, and contemporary artistry and innovative artists of long ago. As part of their visit to this exhibition, students will have an opportunity to create their own Haas-Brothers-inspired, mixed-media artworks. 

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Jeila Gueramian: Let's Step Inside
In the Learning Center

Experience a magical environment created by artist Jeila Gueramian. Full of whimsical creatures and surprising elements hand-crafted from recycled textiles, the installation will entice visitors to inspect, discover, and engage with the playful creations around them. This interactive, family-friendly space is open during regular Museum hours. Don’t miss visiting the joint exhibition on view at the Katonah Village Library.