Private Life: Domestic and Interior Spaces in Twentieth-Century Art

Northwest Bedroom Gallery

The division between interior and exterior spaces often draws a distinction between private and public lives. Drawn from the art collections of Reynolda and Wake Forest University, the exhibition explores how interiors reflect the inner self of both subjects and artists and invites the public to gaze through artists’ eyes into spaces that were never meant to be seen. Private Life features works by artists such as John Sloan, Alice Neel and Yasuo Kuniyoshi, and has been  curated by Julianne Miao, curatorial fellow.