1300 First Ave
HOURS: wed-sun 10am-5pm. Online advance purchase recommended.
GENERAL ADMISSION: adults $19.99; seniors & military (with ID) $17.99; students (with ID) & teens (15-18) $12.99; children 14 and under and members free. See website for Special Exhibition pricing.
Opening Nov 18
Imogen Cunningham: A Retrospective, with 200 of the pioneering photographer’s insightful portraits, elegant flower and plant studies, poignant street pictures, and groundbreaking nudes.
To Jan 2
Barbara Earl Thomas: The Geography of Innocence. Portraits in cut paper and glass, carrying the sediments of history and grappling with race and the color line.
Frisson: The Richard E. Lang and Jane Lang Davis Collection, works by some of the most influential American and European post-war artists, including Francis Bacon, Lee Krasner, Clyfford Still, Philip Guston, Joan Mitchell, David Smith, and others.
Northwest Modernism: Four Japanese Americans. Celebrating four of Seattle’s leading artists: Kenjiro Nomura, Kamekichi Tokita, Paul Horiuchi, and George Tsutakawa.
OLYMPIC SCULPTURE PARK
2901 Western Ave
HOURS: open daily, opens 30 minutes prior to sunrise, closes 30 minutes after sunset. Free to the public.
The PACCAR Pavilion at the Olympic Sculpture Park is also closed, but the park’s environs remain open and free to the public, with SAM asking that visitors closely follow all health and safety guidelines.
Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle
Sculpture Park a Perfect Site for Sunset Stroll
Flesh and Blood: Italian Masterpieces from the Capodimonte Museum
Close-up: Nicholas Dorman, Conservator extraordinaire
Figuring History: Robert Colescott, Kerry James Marshall, Mickalene Thomas
Peacock in the Desert: The Royal Arts of Jodhpur, India