The Addison Gallery of American Art’s Sept. 30 opening reception for its fall exhibits was attended by more than 400 guests.
The Addison, the world’s first art museum devoted entirely to American art, is a free museum in Andover, on the campus of Phillips Academy, and is open to all.
The main fall exhibit, “American Vanguards: Graham, Davis, Gorky, de Kooning and Their Circle, 1927-1942,” will remain on view through the end of December.
Another exhibit, “Pekupatikut Innuat Akunikana / Pictures Woke the People Up: An Innu Project,” includes a feature that can be seen before one even enters the Addison. Large banners have been installed on buildings throughout campus as a component of this exhibition.
The final current exhibition “People, Places, Things: Symbols of American Culture,” as well as the Innu Project, will be on view through Jan. 13.