In 2020, The Ringling received a significant gift of art from Murray Bring and Kay Delaney Bring, in support of the modern and contemporary collection. This exhibition presents selections from this gift in dialogue with rarely seen works from The Ringling's collection.
Matsui Kōsei (Japanese, 1927–2003) is known for his delicately marbleized, unglazed vessels. Techniques of neriage or agateware, as these ceramics are known, were used from China’s Tang dynasty (618–907 C.E.) but have few precedents in Japan.
This poster exhibition will be featured in the Circus Museum, Tibbals Learning Center.
This exhibition features a selection of works from the museum’s Stanton B. and Nancy W. Kaplan Collection of Photography. This collection, includes over 1000 photographic objects and images, representing some of the most important photo-based artists of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
A Decade of Collecting brings together a survey of artworks acquired for the permanent collection over the past eleven years. The 100 works in this exhibition, which have been chosen to demonstrate the breadth and diversity of the collecting efforts across all programs at the museum.
This exhibition showcases examples of Indian painting and sculpture from The Ringling and private Florida collections. On view are paintings by artists from various schools affiliated with royal courts across northern, central, and western India between the 16th and 19th centuries.
June Clark’s solo exhibition at The Ringling marks the Harlem Quilt’s first presentation at a US museum since its unveiling at the Studio Museum in New York City in 1997.