Formerly known as the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (DCCA), the Delaware Contemporary is a "gathering place where art, design, and technology intersect to inspire creativity in daily lives".
The Delaware Contemporary is a non-collecting museum, focused on mounting a variety of exhibitions from artists of local, national, and international recognition.
Exploring the 50th anniversary of the 1968 occupation and riots in Wilmington, Delaware
Collaborative duo tests alternatives to housing, transportation, and community
Ambitiously-scaled ephemeral installations and large-scale minimalistic paintings
Expressing relationships to a place, and how everyone else fits in to it
Drawings and paintings that explore symbolism and identity
Examines geometry beyond traditional approaches
Showcasing two distinctively different painting styles
Contemporary artists interpret the small moments of the day
Large-scale text paintings examine financial and cultural institutions
Photographic works reflect contemplative encounters with light
2 man show explores the sacred ritual of dress & the inner self
22 American artists focus on the figure