Upcoming Exhibitions

"Transfer of the Embryo" On Loan from the Catherine and Ralph Benkaim Collection, 17.2014.a
Friday, August 26, 2022 to Sunday, March 5, 2023

The Cleveland Museum of Art is home to a collection of illuminated Buddhist and Jain manuscript pages, many of which were recently identified and dated by Phyllis Granoff, Lex Hixon Professor Emerita of World Religions at Yale University.

Camille Pissarro (French, 1830–1903) 2020.113
Sunday, September 11, 2022 to Sunday, January 8, 2023

This exhibition celebrates the extraordinary gift and promised gift of art made by Clevelanders Joseph P. and Nancy F. Keithley to the Cleveland Museum of Art. In March 2020, the Keithleys gave more than 100 works of art to the museum—the most significant gift since the bequest of Leonard C.

Neptune, 1602. Jacob Matham (Dutch, 1571–1631) © The ALBERTINA Museum, Vienna
Sunday, October 9, 2022 to Sunday, January 8, 2023

The exhibition was organized in cooperation with the Albertina Museum, Vienna.

CMA, 1976.60 (detail)
Sunday, December 11, 2022 to Sunday, February 26, 2023

Objects in miniature have mesmerized people of all cultures throughout the ages. The CMA’s Chinese collection has an extraordinarily large number of high-quality small-scale objects and miniatures from various dynasties.

Sheet of Studies and Sketches, 1858. Edgar Degas (French, 1834–1917). Graphite, pen and dark brown ink, and watercolor on thick ivory wove paper
Friday, January 20, 2023 to Sunday, April 30, 2023

Drawing transformed radically in 19th-century France, expanding from a means of artistic training to an independent medium with rich potential for exploration and experimentation.

Maharana Fateh Singh Crossing a River during the Monsoon. CMA, 2012.19.0038
Sunday, June 11, 2023 to Sunday, September 10, 2023

With dazzling paintings on paper and cloth—many on public view for the first time—A Splendid Land reveals how artists visualized emotions, depicted places, celebrated water resources, and fostered personal bonds over 200 years in the rapidly changing political and cultural landscapes of early modern South Asia.