Thinking Postmodern: Selections from the Radford University Art MuseumSeptember 10, 2010 - March 20, 2011
The Radford University Art Museum houses a diverse collection of works by nationally and internationally recognized artists alongside lesser known artists from our region. Many of these artists produced work toward the end of the Modern Era and during what is now known as Postmodernism. This exhibition celebrates and fosters appreciation for the more inconspicuous movements of the twentieth century; all of which have shaped the art of today. Among the most notable artists to be featured in the exhibition are John Cage, Elaine de Kooning, Jasper Johns, Richard Tuttle, and Hannah Wilke.
This exhibition also marks Radford University’s Centennial Celebration. Our special thanks to the Radford University Art Museum for this collaborative opportunity.
WKMA continually brings new and exciting exhibits and artists to the museum experience. Explore what's next for us.
View works from our Permanent Collection of art, part of the WKMA experience year round, featuring our most enduring pieces.
The Sculpture Garden is a beautiful part of our museum grounds experience, and part of our permanent collection of art.
View previously exhibited work at the William King Museum of Art, a retrospective of past shows and galleries.
Support & Join
Become part of our story. Help us tell your story. Thank you for your support.See More