The Center for Maine Contemporary Art, located at 21 Winter Street in Rockland, is hosting four new exhibitions; all are on view through September 12. Until further notice, CMCA continues to require that masks be worn when inside the building for the safety of staff and youth visitors. Masks are not required in the courtyard for vaccinated individuals. On view are:

“David Row: The Shape of Things,” the first major show of the painter and master printmaker’s work in his home state. The show presents a survey of the artist’s shaped paintings from the mid-1970s to the present.

“S.B. Walker: Nor’East.” Since 2014, photographer S.B. Walker has traveled more than 100,000 miles throughout Maine in an attempt to render a nuanced visual record of contemporary American life.

“Will o’ the Wisp.” Collaborators Joy Feasley and Paul Swenbeck create an immersive environment of light, sound, and sculpture that nods to history and folklore to weave a mesh of ideas.

“Screen: Cherrie Yu.” Cherrie Yu’s videos explore the intersection of the everyday and the extraordinary. She creates connective and often humorous acts involving both professional and amateur performers.

For more information, visit cmcanow.org.