90x66in the bones of us hunder for nothing

The bones of us hunger for nothing, 2015, Oil and silver metal leaf on linen. 90″ x 66in. © Angela Fraleigh, photo by Ken Ek.

Explore our three new exhibitions currently on view for Fall/Winter 2023-24!

Angela Fraleigh: Threaded with moonlight

Threaded with moonlight is Fraleigh’s newest body of work, inspired by the Allentown Art Museum’s rich textile holdings and the long history of textiles as a medium associated with female labor.


Waldemar Morales

Waldemar Morales (1931-2010), Landscape, View of San Germán / Paisaje, vista de San Germán (detail), 1957, oil on canvas/óleo sobre lienzo, Museo de Arte de Ponce. The Luis A. Ferré Foundation, Inc.

Nostalgia for My Island: Puerto Rican Painting from the Museo de Arte de Ponce (1786–1962)

Nostalgia for My Island explores Puerto Rican art through twenty exceptional works from the Museo de Arte de Ponce (MAP), on view for the first time on the East Coast.


El Velorio (The Wake)

Gustave Baumann (American, 1881-1971), El Velorio (The Wake) (detail), 1927, woodcut. Purchase: Gift of Paul K. Kania, 2019. (2019.15)


The Making of Gustave Baumann’s El Velorio (The Wake)

This exhibition features from the Museum’s collection the sketches of the artist’s initial idea, his carved wood blocks, and the related color proofs showing process.