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Installation view of Laura Aguilar: Nudes in Nature, 2023. Phoenix Art Museum.
Laura Aguilar: Nudes in Nature
Installation view of Laura Aguilar: Nudes in Nature, 2023. Phoenix Art Museum.

Norton Photography Gallery

Exhibition

Laura Aguilar: Nudes in Nature showcases photographic works by a groundbreaking yet underrecognized artist who challenged perceptions of beauty by examining the female body in dialogue with the natural world.

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Installation view of The Power of Pink, 2024. Phoenix Art Museum.
The Power of Pink
Installation view of The Power of Pink, 2024. Phoenix Art Museum.

Katz Wing Mezzanine Fashion Galleries

Exhibition

The Power of Pink explores the complex history of the popular yet controversial color and its impact on fashion and pop culture.

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Installation view of Barbie®: A Cultural Icon, 2024. Phoenix Art Museum.
Barbie®: A Cultural Icon
Installation view of Barbie®: A Cultural Icon, 2024. Phoenix Art Museum.

Katz Wing Mezzanine Fashion Galleries

Special-Engagement Exhibition

Trace the evolution of Barbie, from child’s toy to global icon.

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Installation view of Barbie®: A Cultural Icon, 2024. Phoenix Art Museum.
Barbie®: A Cultural Icon
Installation view of Barbie®: A Cultural Icon, 2024. Phoenix Art Museum.

Katz Wing Mezzanine Fashion Galleries

Special-Engagement Exhibition

Trace the evolution of Barbie, from child’s toy to global icon.

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Guarding the Art: A Frontline Perspective

Rineberg Gallery and Ballinger Gallery

Exhibition

Guarding the Art: A Frontline Perspective features works from the Phoenix Art Museum Collection selected by 13 guest curators from the Museum’s security, event-rentals, and retail-services teams, all of whom regularly engage with artworks and visitors in the galleries.

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Unknown, Depictions of Maharajah Rajinder Singh (1870-1900) (left) of the former kingdom of Kapurthala and his Prince the Maharajah, 19th century. The Khanuja Family.
Princely States of the Punjab: Sikh Art and History
Unknown, Depictions of Maharajah Rajinder Singh (1870-1900) (left) of the former kingdom of Kapurthala and his Prince the Maharajah, 19th century. The Khanuja Family.

Khanuja Family Sikh Heritage Gallery

Exhibition

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.

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Yun Shouping, Album of Flowers, Bamboo, Fruits and Vegetables, not dated. Ink and color on paper. Gift of Marilyn and Roy Papp.
The Collection: Art of Asia
Yun Shouping, Album of Flowers, Bamboo, Fruits and Vegetables, not dated. Ink and color on paper. Gift of Marilyn and Roy Papp.

Art of Asia galleries

Installations

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.

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Philip C. Curtis, Mountain Village, 1955. Oil on board. Bequest of Iris S. Darlington.
Philip C. Curtis and the Landscapes of Arizona
Philip C. Curtis, Mountain Village, 1955. Oil on board. Bequest of Iris S. Darlington.

The Ullman Center for the Art of Philip C. Curtis

Exhibition

Philip C. Curtis saw the desert through a lens of magic realism.

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Yayoi Kusama, You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies (Tú que estás siendo obliterado por una multitud de luciérnagas danzantes), 2005, mixed media installation with LED lights, Museum purchase with funds provided by Jan and Howard Hendler.
Fireflies Infinity Mirror Room
Yayoi Kusama, You Who are Getting Obliterated in the Dancing Swarm of Fireflies (Tú que estás siendo obliterado por una multitud de luciérnagas danzantes), 2005, mixed media installation with LED lights, Museum purchase with funds provided by Jan and Howard Hendler.

First Floor North Wing

Installation

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.

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Installation view of Multiple Realities: Experimental Art in the Eastern Bloc, 1960s–1980s, Phoenix Art Museum 2024.
Multiple Realities: Experimental Art in the Eastern Bloc, 1960s–1980s
Installation view of Multiple Realities: Experimental Art in the Eastern Bloc, 1960s–1980s, Phoenix Art Museum 2024.

Steele Gallery

Special-Engagement Exhibition

Multiple Realities: Experimental Art in the Eastern Bloc, 1960-1980s traces how a generation of artists used experimentation to negotiate different conditions for daily life and art-making, confronting varying degrees of control and restrictions on how art could be produced, circulated, and experienced.

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