Sign of the Rabbit is the first museum exhibition in the Capital Region to explore the work of artist Hunt Slonem and his eclectic sense of design and decoration. This 5,000 square foot exhibition will display Slonem’s paintings and sculptures in gallery installations that incorporate the Albany Institute’s collections of furniture, sculpture, and decorative arts along with furnishings from Slonem’s houses. The exhibition will also feature two Slonem paintings recently added to the Albany Institute’s collection.
Popular with private collectors, including many celebrities, Hunt Slonem’s works are also included in many important museum collections around the world and he has received numerous honors and awards.
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Lead support for Sign of the Rabbit has been provided by the Dorothea L. Leonhardt Foundation.
Season exhibition and program support is provided by Phoebe Powell Bender and Christine and George R. Hearst III.
Albany Institute programs and exhibitions are made possible in part by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature.