September 18 – December 5, 2015

Featuring contemporary works from the impressive collection of Sue and John Wieland, No Place Like Home is an examination of the diverse rituals that define a dwelling, the physical representation of the house, and the universal desire to frame home as the cosmic center.

[/column3] [column32_last] [tabs] [tab title=”Image Gallery”] [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”12″ gal_title=”No Place Like Home”] [/tab] [tab title=”About”] No Place Like Home: Selections from the Sue and John Wieland Collection of Contemporary Art inspects the artistic representation of the house, examines the diversity of elements that define a dwelling, and explores the universal desire to frame home as the center of our lives.
The home, both as structure and interior space, has been represented and examined in art history for thousands of years, from Roman illusionistic paintings of grand interiors to domestic rooms in Northern Renaissance painting. Since the mid-20th century, contemporary artists have often explored the motif of the home in an examination of social, political, economic, personal, and ideological discourse.
The exhibition is organized into six sections: the house as an architectural glyph; the home as the cosmic center of the universe; the neighborhood in suburbia; the complexities of the American dream; the home in tragic ruin; and, the home as a framework for the inner psychological world.
No Place Like Home features an extensive selection of paintings, sculptures, photographs, mixed-media pieces and films by contemporary artists including Roy Lichtenstein, Cindy Sherman, Ai Weiwei, Rachel Whiteread, Ed Ruscha, Martha Rosler, Hubbard / Birchler, and Wolfgang Laib.

The works of art in this exhibition have been generously loaned by Sue and John Wieland, owners and founders of the world-class wareHOUSE collection of contemporary art. Additional support was provided by long-time MOA supporters Curtis and Ann Atkisson.

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Art After Dark at the MOA: Contemporary Spaces

Friday, September 18 | 7-10 PM
Enjoy free food, fine art, and a fun night out with friends at the BYU Museum of Art! Join us in celebrating the opening of No Place Like Home. This event is FREE and everyone is welcome!
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Contemporary Art Series Lecture: Hubbard / Birchler

Thursday, October 15 | 7 PM
Teresa Hubbard and Alexander Birchler have been working collaboratively in video, photography, and sculpture since 1990. Their compelling work, House with Pool will be on display in the MOA s exhibition No Place Like Home: Selections from the Sue and John Wieland Collection of Contemporary Art.
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[/tab] [tab title=”Artists in the Exhibition”] Lili Almog
Richard Artschwager
John Baldessari
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Mike Bayne
Bernd and Hilla Becher
Mark Bennett
Walead Beshty
Alexander Birchler and Teresa Hubbard
Louise Bourgeois
Beverly Buchanan
Edward Burtynsky
Luis Camnizter
James Casebere
Enrique Martínez Celaya
Will Cotton
Tony Cragg
Gregory Crewdson
Jose Dávila
Tamas Dezso
Peter Doig
Stan Douglas
Filip Dujardin
Michael Eastman
Olafur Eliasson
Mitch Epstein
Kota Ezawa
Lee Friedlander
Katharina Fritsch
Gilbert & George
Robert Gober
David Goldblatt
Maria Elena González
Felix Gonzalez-Torres
Dan Graham
Jane Hammond
Marcus Harvey
Jim Hodges
Barbara Kruger
Wolfgang Laib
Rosemary Laing
Roy Lichtenstein
Sally Mann
Gordon Matta-Clark
Richard Misrach
Andrew Moore
Abelardo Morell
Vik Muniz
Julian Opie
Enoc Perez
Martha Rosler
Thomas Ruff
Ed Ruscha
Joel Shapiro
Cindy Sherman
Laurie Simmons
Joel Sternfeld
Greg Stimac
Hiroshi Sugimoto
Wolfgang Tillmans
Brian Tolle
Ai Weiwei
HC Westermann
Rachel Whiteread
Garry Winogrand

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