Current Exhibition Twenty Twenty Featured in The New York Times

Aldrich Museum | October 24, 2020

 We’re pleased to share that Twenty Twenty is featured in The New York Times’ Fine Arts & Exhibits special report.

“Democracy was just as important an organizing principle for Mr. Klein. He has not only given his artists free rein in how they present their work but has also offered them two opportunities to rearrange it. In December, after the elections, and in February, after the presidential inauguration, they can alter or replace the art in ‘Twenty Twenty,’ whose title refers not just to the year but to the popular adage about hindsight. Marking a ballot, Mr. Klein noted, is itself an act of putting pen to paper.”

“‘The artists in some sense are voting by creating these drawings,’ he said. ‘They’re creating images that they believe have political import and social import.’”