Then and Now is an ongoing exhibition that includes a rotation of works by some of the museum’s most beloved artists installed with contemporary art from the collection.
ON VIEW: September 22, 2021 - February 27, 2022
Featuring works on paper and fabric from the Neuberger Museum of Art’s permanent collection, Impressions: The Inventions of Printmaking navigates a rich history of printmaking from relief to intaglio to planographic processes.
ON VIEW: September 15 - December 24, 2021
Featuring works from the permanent collection of the Neuberger Museum of Art, The Rise of a Social Consciousness in the Arts of Mexico since the Revolution highlights the important roles played by modern Mexican artists in the awakening of a social consciousness in Mexico, a country that was marked by a decade of revolution beginning in 1910 that not only changed its political course, but also triggered an artistic revolution.
ON VIEW: June 9 - December 31, 2021
Lesley Dill’s Rush (2006-07) is a visually dazzling, ambitious site responsive work that covers a 20’ x 60’ wall in the Neuberger Museum’s Theater Gallery. This immersive installation is an enormous collage of hundreds of interconnected animal and human figures culled from world spiritual traditions and representing love, death, transcendence, and other themes.
ON VIEW: November 17, 2021 - February 20, 2022
David Smith: Billiard Players includes a selection of works executed from 1935 through 1945, a crucial period in the artist’s artistic evolution. Smith examined the figure of the billiard player in many variations as a way to advance open sculptural forms, synthesize sociopolitical subject matter into his own personal iconography, and explore the fluidity between representation and abstraction in depicting volume, motion and time.
ON VIEW: November 17, 2021 — February 20, 2022
Stewarding a collection requires not only the physical care of objects but also a lot of research. That detective work, using a wide range of tools, is critical for ensuring that the history of the ownership of an object—its provenance—is known prior to a museum acquiring that work by gift, bequest, or purchase.
ON VIEW: October 20, 2021 - December 24, 2021
Open Classroom projects align with course material of Purchase College classes while moving beyond the scope of the traditional classroom.
ON VIEW: Spring 2022
The next Roy R. Neuberger Prize exhibition will be unveiled at the Neuberger Museum of Art on March 30, 2022.
Watch this space for an announcement of the 2022 prize winner.
No private exhibition tours are being scheduled at this time. Please check back for updates.