Located on Seattle’s First Hill, the Frye Art Museum first opened its doors in 1952. The founding collection of 232 paintings, primarily late-nineteenth and early-twentieth-century German art, has expanded to include nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century American artworks that complemented the Founding Collection.
A restaging of the Founding Collection as it was installed in the home gallery of Charles and Emma Frye.
Addresses themes of healing and self-care
Poetry focuses on how black interiority functions under the constraints of an anti-black society
Critically examines contemporary history-in-the-making
Celebrates the complexities of black identity
Skewers social and cultural norms of gender and sexuality
Drawings explore issues related to visual perception