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Past Exhibitions

  •    Dulce Pinzón, Superman. Noé Reyes from the State of Puebla, Mexico, works as a delivery boy in Brooklyn, New York. He sends 500 doll...

    From Your Collection: Latin American, Caribbean, and Latinx Voices

    On View
    December 6, 2023—March 24, 2024

    In an era in which individuals may live and work in multiple locations, often outside their native country, we may ask if it remains relevant to think in regional terms. This question is essential, as many artists prefer not to carry a national banner, but instead consider themselves actors engaged in a universal dialogue. 

  • Romuald Hazoumè, Terre, 1994. Acrylic on canvas, Stretched: 55.1 x 80.3 inches. Collection Romuald Hazoumè.    Image: © Matthew Hamilt...

    Romuald Hazoumè: The Fâ Series

    Extended through February 18, 2024

    This exhibition presents a significant body of work by internationally renowned, Venice Biennale-bound artist Romuald Hazoumè based on his dedicated study of Fâ divination. 

  • Luis Perelman, Typewriter Block 1, 2004, Found materials (typewriter) embedded in clear resin, 12 x 12 x 4 inches.

    A Matter of Discovery: The Art of Luis Perelman

    ON VIEW: June 7 - November 5, 2023

    Well known for his pioneering sculptures cast in clear resin, New York-based artist Luis Perelman’s career spans six decades and encompasses drawings and paintings, sculptures, and innovative new artforms that he continues to explore today. The Neuberger Museum of Art has staged a dynamic retrospective featuring more than fifty objects from the artist’s collection, as well as never-before-seen items from his studio. The exhibition will be on view through Fall 2023.  

  • Dorothy Dehner, Long Landscape, 1959 Bronze. Collection Friends of the Neuberger Museum of Art. Purchase College, SUNY. Gift from the Dor...

    A Special Look: Dorothy Dehner

    ON VIEW: January 18—June 30, 2023

    Dorothy Dehner’s work draws upon a primitive nature with each line, color, and form emphasizing both a visual and symbolic isolation.


  • Louis Michel Eilshemius, Samoan Landscape, 1907, Oil on board, 1979.01.20, Collection Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase College, SUNY. Gi...

    A Special Look: Louis Michel Eilshemius

    ON VIEW through Fall 2023

    The largest body of work by a single artist in the Neuberger Museum of Art’s collection is by Louis Michel Eilshemius, who is represented by more than a hundred paintings, watercolors, and drawings.

  •    Open Classroom logo   Neuberger Museum of Art

    Open Classroom: Isla de Ventanas

    ON VIEW: February 8—May 28, 2023

    Open Classroom projects align with course material of Purchase College classes while moving beyond the scope of the traditional classroom.

  • Dennis Oppenheim, The Assembly Line (with By-Products from a Mechanical Trance), 1980. Mixed media. Collection Neuberger Museum of Art, P...

    Dennis Oppenheim: The Assembly Line

    Extended through January 24, 2024

    A machine is a perfect way to describe the mind.

                              - Dennis Oppenheim

  • Black arrow on white background representing the enter icon on a keyboard.

    Hard Return: 9 Experiments for this Moment

    ON VIEW: February 1—May 7, 2023

    Hard Return: 9 Experiments for this Moment is a performance art exhibition featuring a series of nine artists creating dynamic week-long experiences, environments, and interactions live in the Neuberger Museum of Art’s galleries.