April 29–Dec. 4, 2023 | The oldest printed book in The Huntington’s collection, the Scripture of the Great Flower Ornament of the Buddha, is on display in “Printed in 1085: The Chinese Buddhist Canon from the Song Dynasty” in the Library West Hall.
Sept. 17, 2022–Sept. 4, 2023 | Through prints recently acquired by The Huntington, this exhibition celebrates the artistry and cultural significance of work by members of the Gee’s Bend Quiltmakers’ Collective from Alabama.
Feb. 15–June 12, 2023 | Five works by Nigerian-born, Los Angeles–based artist Njideka Akunyili Crosby are spotlighted in the third and final exhibition in a series curated by the Pulitzer Prize–winning author and New Yorker magazine critic Hilton Als, in collaboration with the Yale Center for British Art and each artist.
Oct. 22, 2022–May 29, 2023 | “Crafting a Garden” sheds light on the intricacies of the Chinese Garden through models, photographs, tools, and videos that tell the story of its design and construction.
Dec. 10, 2022–March 27, 2023 | The international traveling exhibition "Inspiring Walt Disney: The Animation of French Decorative Arts" explores the early inspirations behind Disney Studios' creations, examining Walt Disney's fascination with European art and the use of French motifs in Disney films and theme parks.
Feb. 26–March 13, 2023 | This focused exhibition explores tempera’s fascinating history through a number of key objects from The Huntington’s art collections, as well as two important loans from the Resnick collection.
June 18–Sept. 5, 2022 | Tracing the evolution of the practice of drawing in Britain from the 17th through the mid-20th century, the exhibition presents rarely seen treasures from The Huntington’s collection.
Jan. 15–May 22, 2022 | Coinciding with the centennial of the publication of James Joyce's modernist novel, Ulysses, the exhibition "Mapping Fiction" explores the construction of fictional worlds through maps and novels.
Feb. 12–May 30, 2022 | “Science and the Sublime: A Masterpiece by Joseph Wright of Derby” explores one of the great masterpieces from the Age of Enlightenment, Joseph Wright of Derby's monumental An Experiment on a Bird in the Air Pump alongside 15 works from The Huntington's own collections. |
Part 1: Aug. 28–Dec. 13, 2021 | Part 2: Jan. 29–May 16, 2022 | This exhibition of contemporary Chinese calligraphy is the inaugural installation in the Chinese Garden's new art gallery, the Studio for Lodging the Mind.
NASA's "Orbit Pavilion" is an outdoor installation where captivating sounds represent the movements of the International Space Station and 19 Earth Science satellites as they orbit above.
Aug. 7–Nov. 1, 2021 | This two-part exhibition explores The Huntington's role in documenting the human experience through more than 100 items from the Library collections.