Now on view:

  • Yto Barrada, Untitled (After Stella, Rabat), 2017. Cotton, indigo, chamomile. 44 x 38 inches.

    Yto Barrada: The Dye Garden

    ON VIEW:  September 25-December 22, 2019

    This exhibition features recent work by 2019 Roy R. Neuberger Prize recipient Yto Barrada, whose artistic practice weaves together family history and broader sociopolitical narratives, employing a variety of media, including photography, film, video, installation, sculpture, books, and hand-dyed textiles.
  • Cleve Gray, Threnody, 1972-73. polymer acrylic, Duco enamel and oil on canvas. 28 panels, 20 feet x 250 fee...

    Cleve Gray: Threnody

    ON VIEW:  September 25-December 22, 2019

     Threnody (1973-74) is a 250-foot-wide site-specific painting created by American artist Cleve Gray for the opening of the Neuberger Museum of Art. 
  • Engels the Artist, Unveiled, 2010, Oil on canvas, 40 x 32 inches

    “Art Got into Me”: The Work of Engels the Artist

    ON VIEW: October 9-December 22, 2019

    This monographic exhibition features more than fifty works created by Engels the Artist over the past ten years.  As the Fall 2019 Artist-In-Residence, Engels will work with Purchase College students to create new works inside the museum. 
  • Edward Hopper, Barber Shop, 1931 Oil on canvas, 60 x 78 inches Collection Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, State...

    Then and Now:  Modern and Contemporary Selections  from the Permanent Collection


    This exhibition includes a rotation of works by some of the museum’s most beloved artists installed with contemporary art from the collection.

  • Object from the African Art Permanent Collection

    African Art and Culture: Selections from the Collection


    African Art and Culture presents objects from the permanent collection that represent the artistic production of over thirty societies spanning a broad geographical area stretching from Mali in the west to Mozambique in the east. Offering an introduction to the richness and complexity of these artistic traditions, such objects nevertheless illustrate but a small fraction of African culture.

  • Wall signage for “Open Classroom at the NEU”

    Open Classroom

    The Open Classroom at the Neuberger Museum of Art brings timely academic dialogues into the curatorial space through the study of and engagement with the Museum’s permanent collection.