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Amalia Mesa-Bains: Archaeology of Memory examines the significant work and career of pioneering Chicana artist Amalia Mesa-Bains.
In the 19th century, the Sikh empire flourished in the Punjab region of northwest India. Ruled by locals in alliance with the British Raj, these states and their palatial courts attracted artists, poets, and musicians. This latest exhibition in the Khanuja Family Sikh Heritage Gallery illuminates the regal stature of the period’s Sikh rulers through examples of state portraiture, precious jewelry, and military photography.
Become one with eternity inside the Museum’s most beloved installation — Yayoi Kusama’s infinity mirror room, You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies.
Experience works from the Art of Asia collection that explore how diverse cultures have depicted scenes and elements of nature through various forms of artistic expression.
Featuring works by Arizona-based contemporary artists, Gabriela Muñoz & Jenea Sanchez: Empowered Fronterizx Bodies and the 2023 Lehmann Emerging Artist Award Recipients exhibitions explore themes of power, migration, and identity.
Claude Monet’s Les arceaux fleuris, Giverny is dazzling in its use of color and exploration of the properties of reflection.More
Become one with eternity inside the Museum’s most beloved installation — Yayoi Kusama’s infinity mirror room, You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies.More
On view for a limited time, exhibitions present art from across the centuries and the globe, from iconic fashion to Old Master paintings, contemporary photography to historical objects of Asia.MORE
Featuring more than 20,000 objects, the collection spans the globe, bringing the world to our city, and our city to the world.MORE