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Exhibitions (landing)


Current Exhibitions

Jun 18 - Jan 5, 2025
Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Mar 25 - Jan 5, 2025

Asheville, North Carolina

Upcoming Exhibitions

Sep 27 - Apr 29, 2025
Adelaide Botanic Garden

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Permanent Exhibitions

United States

Omaha, Nebraska


Toyama City, Toyama

United States

Seattle, Washington

United States

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

United States

St. Petersburg, Florida

United States

Colorado Springs, Colorado

United States

Tacoma, Washington


Past Exhibitions

Exhibitions give Chihuly an opportunity to create artistic experiences of incredible scale for the world to enjoy.
See exhibition highlights below or browse Chihuly’s Exhibition History.

The Groninger Museum exhibition will present bodies of work created throughout Chihuly’s five-decade career in both indoor and outdoor settings. Highlights of the multi-media exhibition include the artist’s most recent works, Rotolo and Glass on Glass, along with his innovative Baskets, dramatic installations of Neon, Fiori and Icicles, and demonstrations of creative communication-style. The exhibition marks the artist’s largest exhibition in a European museum in the last 20 years.

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Chihuly: In the Gallery and In The Forest is a multi-media exhibition highlighting fourteen bodies of work comprised of more than 300 individual pieces created throughout Chihuly’s five-decade career. The first exhibition to showcase Chihuly’s work in both indoor and outdoor settings, Chihuly: In the Gallery and In The Forest also features the first public viewing of his early weaving with fused glass, as well as the first presentation in a museum setting of both the Rotolo series and Glass on Glass works.

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An immersive and visual experience, this exhibition was the first major Chihuly show to be presented in Canada. Chihuly designed nine installations, which were installed in more than 11,000 square feet of exhibition space including The Sun and Ruby Pineapple Chandelier. The museum purchased Ruby Pineapple Chandelier for its permanent collection and the Montreal community raised funds to keep The Sun.

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The presentation at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts was Chihuly’s third major U.S. museum exhibition in recent years. The James W. and Frances G. McGlothlin Wing provided a dramatic setting for the large scale installations and sculptures. The Red Reeds, installed in the Anne Cobb Gottwald reflecting pool, remain part of the museum’s permanent collection.

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Chihuly: Through the Looking Glass was Chihuly’s first major exhibition in Boston and featured twelve site-specific installations. Lime Green Icicle Tower, which graced the Ruth and Carl J. Shapiro Family Courtyard, designed by Foster + Partners, was purchased by the museum and remains a focal point of the Museum’s soaring glass-enclosed atrium.

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Chihuly at the de Young was an exploration of groundbreaking artwork. From the Mille Fiori, a 56-foot garden of glass, to the Saffron Tower, a 30-foot neon sculpture, this exhibition challenged convention with a feast of bold color, dramatic forms and extraordinary composition. It was the first major exhibition in San Francisco and included eleven galleries of new and archival works.

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Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem

Jerusalem, Israel
August 1999–November 2000

More than one million visitors saw Chihuly in the Light of Jerusalem 2000.

“The Jerusalem project started with lunch at my kitchen table with Izzika and Yaffa Gaon. They had visited Venice when I hung Chandeliers over the canals, and we all thought an installation project would be great for Israel. We discussed locations and the Citadel Tower of David Museum presented itself as an extraordinary location for such a project. When Izzika died shortly after, I flew to Jerusalem for his memorial service, and met Shosh Yaniv the museum director, and she gave me a tour of the Citadel. I was overwhelmed with the Citadel and Jerusalem, which I had visited once before in 1962. Shosh and I were determined to find a way to do this project in Izzika's memory.”

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Chihuly Over Venice

Venice, Italy

Chihuly realized his ambitious project Chihuly Over Venice in 1995 and 1996. He traveled with his team of glassblowers to glass factories in Finland, Ireland, Mexico and Italy. Along with local glass masters, Chihuly used this period as an opportunity to experiment and innovate creating a new vocabulary and forms. In September 1996, the Chandeliers from the international project were installed at 15 locations around Venice.

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Various Locations

Chihuly’s lifelong fascination for glasshouses developed into a series of exhibitions within botanical settings. His Garden Cycle began in 2001 at Garfield Park Conservatory in Chicago. Chihuly exhibited at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, near London, in 2005, and at more than 10 beautiful gardens in the United States.

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Museum Collections

Experience Chihuly’s artwork firsthand at a museum near you. Please check with the museum to ensure artwork is currently on display. You can search for locations by country and state, or view a complete listing (PDF).


Andover, Massachusetts

Akita City, Akita, Japan

Akron, Ohio

Albany, Georgia

Richland, Washington

Little Rock, Arkansas

Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea

Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

Perth, Western Australia, Australia

Corpus Christi, Texas

Santa Barbara, California

Asheville, North Carolina

Auckland, New Zealand

Azabu Museum of Arts and Crafts

Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan


Waterloo, Ontario, Canada

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Norfolk, Virginia

Cincinnati, Ohio

Cleveland, Ohio

Little Rock, Arkansas

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Columbia, South Carolina

Columbus, Georgia

Columbus, Ohio

Cincinnati, Ohio

Austin, Texas

Corning, New York

Sacramento, California

Manchester, New Hampshire


Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

Dallas, Texas

Muncie, Indiana

Dayton, Ohio

San Francisco, California

Wilmington, Delaware

Denver, Colorado

Gent, Belgium

Copenhagen, Denmark

Detroit, Michigan

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

Drammen, Norway


Lincoln, Massachusetts


Edmond, Oklahoma

Tel Aviv-Yafo, Israel

Syracuse, New York


Flint, Michigan

Fort Wayne, Indiana

Brockton, Massachusetts


Bratislava, Slovakia

Ebeltoft, Denmark

Frauenau, Germany

Wertheim, Germany

Groningen, Netherlands


Hakone, Kanagawa, Japan

Gainesville, Florida

Hawke’s Bay Exhibition Centre

Hastings, New Zealand

Seattle, Washington

Atlanta, Georgia

Hiroshima, Hiroshima, Japan

Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan

Honolulu, Hawaii

Chattanooga, Tennessee

Huntington, West Virginia


St. Petersburg, Florida

Indianapolis, Indiana

Jerusalem, Israel


Japan Institute of Arts and Crafts

Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan

Dallas, Texas

Omaha, Nebraska


Kalamazoo, Michigan

Gushan District, Kaohsiung City, Taiwan

Kansas City, Missouri

Hannover, Germany

Kobe, Hyogo, Japan

St Joseph, Michigan

Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf

Düsseldorf, Germany

Ashikaga, Tochigi, Japan


Stuttgart, Germany

Laurel, Mississippi

Vienna, Austria

East Hampton, New York

Los Angeles, California

New London, Connecticut


Palmerston North, New Zealand

Tokyo City, Tokyo, Japan

New York, New York

Milan, Ohio

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

San Diego, California

Minneapolis, Minnesota

Charlotte, North Carolina

Missoula, Montana

Mobile, Alabama

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Morristown, New Jersey

Murano, Venezia, Italy

Monterrey, NL, Mexico

Frankfurt, Germany

Zürich, Switzerland

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Columbia, Missouri

New York, New York

Daytona Beach, Florida

Chicago, Illinois

St. Petersburg, Florida

Boston, Massachusetts

Tacoma, Washington

La Conner, Washington

Englewood, Colorado

Seattle, Washington

Muskegon, Michigan

Brno-střed, Czechia

Jablonec nad Nisou, Czechia

Staré Mesto, Slovakia


Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Kyoto City, Kyoto, Japan

Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan

Stockholm, Sweden

New Britain, Connecticut

New Orleans, Louisiana

Newark, New Jersey

Niijima, Tokyo, Japan

West Palm Beach, Florida

Nanao, Ishikawa, Japan

Fort Lauderdale, Florida


Shinagawa, Tokyo, Japan

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Newport Beach, California

Dunedin, New Zealand


Palm Springs, California

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Phoenix, Arizona

Fargo, North Dakota

Lakeland, Florida

Portland, Maine

Ultimo, New South Wales, Australia

Princeton, New Jersey


South Brisbane , Queensland, Australia


Racine, Wisconsin

Reading, Pennsylvania

Providence, Rhode Island

Rockford, Illinois

Toronto, Ontario, Canada


St. Louis, Missouri

San Antonio, Texas

San Jose, California

Scottsdale, Arizona

Seattle, Washington

Shimonoseki, Yamaguchi, Japan

, Singapore

Staré Mesto, Slovakia

Northampton, Massachusetts

Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan

Louisville, Kentucky

Springfield, Missouri

Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan

Riihimäki, Finland

Suwa, Nagano, Japan


Tacoma, Washington

Zhongshan District, Taipei City, Taiwan

Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan

Toledo, Ohio

Toyama City, Toyama, Japan


Belfast, United Kingdom


Vero Beach, Florida

London, United Kingdom

Virginia Beach, Virginia

Richmond, Virginia


Hartford, Connecticut

Hamilton, New Zealand

Greensburg, Pennsylvania

Bellingham, Washington

White House Collection of American Crafts

Washington, District of Columbia

New York, New York

Wichita, Kansas

Dania Beach, Florida

St. Helens, United Kingdom


New Haven, Connecticut

Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan

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