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Past Exhibitions

  • 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.


  •    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.

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    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.

  • Tomashi Jackson, Forever 21: The Essence of Innocence Suite, 2015, Video collage  Duration: 7 minutes, 20 seconds.

    Tomashi Jackson: SLOW JAMZ

    2022 Roy R. Neuberger Prize Award Exhibition

    Light, color, sound, and texture are vehicles to explore issues of injustice and bring the power of art and policy to bear on historical engagement and critical action.

  • Nicolás de Jesús, Ayotzinapa's Mural in progress, 2015 Escuela Normal Rural Raul Isidro Burgos, Tixtla, Guerrero. © Nicolás de Jesús

    Nicolás De Jesús: A Mexican Artist for Global Justice

    Solo Exhibition Tackles Contemporary Social and Political Issues

    On View at the NEU from September 7-December 23, 2022


  •    Image Credit: Yoko Ono; Mend Piece (Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York City version), 1966/2015; Ceramic, nontoxic glue, cello tape, sciss...

    YOKO ONO’S “Mend Piece”

    ON VIEW: August 31 — December 23, 2022

    In this iteration of the iconic installation Mend Piece (Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York City version) (1966/2015), Yoko Ono proposes communal mending as an act of healing.

  •    Milton Avery, Sea, Spray, and Rocks, 1945, Watercolor on paper, 22 x 30 inches (sight), 29 5/8 x 37 5/8 x 1 1/2 inches (framed), Colle...

    Milton Avery: Watercolors

    EXTENDED!  On view through September 24, 2022

    Milton Avery, well known for his influence on a wide variety of artists working in the United States, focused much of his work on color relationships. While his works were recognizable in subject matter, he was praised for expressing form through colors that had emotional value, rather than directly copying reality.

  •    Lilla LoCurto & Bill Outcault, Conformal Guyou L2sph(8/6)7_98, 1999     Chromogenic print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive, laminated ...

    Corpus Ex Machina

    A Museum and Curatorial Studies Exhibition Series on view March 9–May 22, 2022.