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Our Exhibits

If you’re looking for a temporary exhibition that draws a crowd and is affordable and easy to install, Exhibit Envoy is your ideal resource! We offer exhibitions that reflect the richness of California’s arts, culture, and natural environment. Browse our list of available exhibitions and view our library of installation images. Then, give us a call to book your next traveling exhibition. For more info on how to rent from us, see our How To Host page.


Art

A Great Frontier Odyssey: Sketching the American West
A Great Frontier Odyssey: Sketching the American West
Retrace the 1873 cross-country journey of Jules Tavernier and Paul Frenzeny - and the development of the U.S. - through their detailed and colorful engravings of the American West.

 
Albatross: Life on the Wind and Sea
Albatross: Life on the Wind and Sea
Explore albatross biology and their conservation with colorful art and engaging, family-friendly text.

 
Art of Survival: Enduring the Turmoil of Tule Lake
Art of Survival: Enduring the Turmoil of Tule Lake
An exploration of the only Japanese American Segregation Center in WWII connects visitors to the complex issues of interment in the voices of those held captive.

 
Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change
Beauty and the Beast: California Wildflowers and Climate Change
Breathtaking photographs address climate change and its effect on a universal symbol of beauty: California's wildflowers.

 
Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope, and Diversity in America
Black and White in Black and White: Images of Dignity, Hope, and Diversity in America
Enter the optimistic era of "The New Negro Movement" through the photographs of African American photographer John Johnson. His ennobling portraits, taken from 1910-1925, reveal the dignity and hope of his friends and neighbors during this time of great promise for African Americans.

 
Delta Grandeur
Delta Grandeur
Celebrate the bucolic splendor of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, an extraordinary, endangered ecosystem, and the West Coast's largest inland estuary.

 
In the Fields of the North / En los campos del norte
In the Fields of the North / En los campos del norte
Stories and photographs of contemporary migrant farm workers give visitors a reality check on the food they eat and the people who harvest it.

 
Life Along The Border
Life Along The Border
Invite conversations about and reflections on the nuances of life along the U.S./Mexico border through neutral and studied photographs of the region.

 
Metaphor, Myth, & Politics: Art from Native Printmakers
Metaphor, Myth, & Politics: Art from Native Printmakers
Contemporary Native and Indigenous printmakers' diverse points of view and styles of artwork are revealed through captivating and vibrant prints.

 
Multiply by Six Million: Stories & Portraits from Holocaust Survivors
Multiply by Six Million: Stories & Portraits from Holocaust Survivors
A visually arresting and powerful first-person history of one of the defining events of the 20th century through portraits and personal stories of Holocaust survivors.

 
Our Ocean's Edge
Our Ocean's Edge
California’s marine parks take on a beautiful, otherworldly presence through black-and-white photography. Explore all 1,100 miles of the Golden State's coast, from San Diego to Crescent City, with "Our Ocean's Edge."

 
Postcards from Mecca
Postcards from Mecca
Meet Susie Keef Smith and Lula Mae Graves, adventurous cousins who traversed and photographed the California desert in the 1920s with six guns and burros by their sides.

 
She Sang Me A Good Luck Song: The California Indian Photographs of Dugan Aguilar
She Sang Me A Good Luck Song: The California Indian Photographs of Dugan Aguilar
An authentic view of California Indian people, communities, and land with origins predating the arrival of colonizers. Dugan Aguilar's photographs make visible the ties between that age-old origin and the contemporary existence of a “Native” California.

 
Stitching California: Fiber Artists Interpret the State's People, Life, and Land
Stitching California: Fiber Artists Interpret the State's People, Life, and Land
Through remarkable large-scale art quilts and sculptural textile works, 40+ artists interpret the diversity, illusions, and realities of California.

 
The Newest Americans: New Citizens Reflect on What America Means to Them
The Newest Americans: New Citizens Reflect on What America Means to Them
The journeys, hopes, dreams, and concerns of new U.S. citizens come to life through vivid color portraits and personal stories.

 
Yosemite People
Yosemite People
The complex and nuanced relationships between Yosemite’s natural wonders and its five million annual visitors and workers come to life in "Yosemite People."

 


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