The Block's three galleries offer rotating exhibitions presenting art across time, culture and media.  

Hank Willis Thomas

Hank Willis Thomas: Unbranded

Main Gallery | April 14- August 5, 2018
Hank Willis Thomas (American, b. 1976) has consistently explored the representation of stereotypes within American popular culture, particularly as it relates to African-American subjects. Hank Willis Thomas: Unbranded will consist of a tightly focused selection of approximately 40 photographs from two related bodies of works—the 2005-08 series Unbranded:  Reflections in Black By Corporate America and the 2015 series Unbranded: A Century of White Women 1915-2015.

Paul Chan: Happiness (finally) after 35,000 years of civilization

Alsdorf Gallery | July 17 - November 4, 2018
 Paul Chan (b. Hong Kong, 1973) is an American artist, writer, and publisher. His first major video piece, Happiness (Finally) After 35,000 Years of Civilization, created from 1999 to 2003, employs the surrealistic drawings of American artist Henry Darger to examine the failure of utopianism, the depressing reality of recurrent wars and the disappointments of present-day political systems.