Dayton Art Institute announces 2022 exhibitions

Dayton Art Institute announced its lineup of exhibitions that will take place during 2022, including works by African American artists and paintings by Vincent van Gogh.

The special exhibition season begins on Feb. 26 with “Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms”. The DAI will present three large special exhibitions in 2022.

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“Black Heritage Through Visual Rhythms” is in collaboration with Dayton’s African American Visual Artists Guild and will feature art by African American artists from across the country, according to a release. The exhibition will be on display until May 22.

The 2022 lineup will also include Focus Exhibitions— a series of smaller, intimate exhibitions.

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Notably, a pair of Van Gogh paintings will be on display during the “Van Gogh and European Landscapes” exhibition from March 5 until Sept. 4.

A full list of exhibitions at the DAI and more information can be found on the DAI’s website.