• JUNE 22 – SEPTEMBER 24, 2017
    Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos, and Toys in the Attic
    Walter Wick: Games, Gizmos, and Toys in the Attic is the first museum retrospective of Walter Wick, the award-winning author and photographic illustrator of Can You See What I See? and co-creator of the famed I Spy book series. This engaging exhibition features a selection of Wick’s early photographs, which provided a foundation for the artist’s interest in illusions, puzzles, games, and science.  
  • OCTOBER 27, 2016 – JUNE 25, 2017
    Sean Cavanaugh: Under the Elders’ Gaze
    Artist Sean Cavanaugh (b. 1969) revels in the mundane. Specifically, trees—which for so many of us are merely background noise to the daily rhythms of our lives—are a source of endless fasciation for the artist. Cavanaugh, who received a Bachelor of Arts in Art and Environmental Studies from Pitzer College (Claremont, CA), sees in trees not only a boundless array of dazzling visual information but also a limitless range of metaphors.  
  • February through December 2016
    Highlights from The Fairholme Unlimited Foundation
    The Lowe Art Museum is fully reinstalling its gallery of Modern and Contemporary works to accommodate a series of transformative loans from The Fairholme Unlimited Foundation, Inc. These include ten color screenprints from Andy Warhol’s Mao series (1972); Robert Mangold’s Attic Series XI (1991); Henry Moore’s Reclining Figure (1957); and six untitled screenprints from a portfolio by Jackson Pollock (1951/1964).  
  • APRIL 20, 2017 – APRIL 1, 2018
    ArtLab @ The Lowe
    Fish Tales: Stories and Legends from the Deep
    The eighth edition of ArtLab @ The Lowe is the result of the collaboration of undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in a museum studies course during the spring 2017 semester, drawing on the impressive collection of the Lowe Art Museum.  
  • Ongoing
    Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts
    The Myrna and Sheldon Palley Pavilion for Contemporary Glass and Studio Arts features a stunning $3.5 million glass collection with masterpieces by Dale Chihuly, Richard Jolley, William Carlson and others, as well as 3-D art by some of the most talented artists in contemporary art.