The largest art museum in the southwestern United States, the permanent collection includes American and Western, Asian, European, and Latin American art. Also features an active collaboration with the Center for Creative Photography (CCP) at the University of Arizona.
The Contemporary collection includes large-scale photography, outdoor sculpture in the Dorrance Sculpture Garden, and art created in a variety materials, plus more "traditional" paintings on canvas.
A Fashion collection of more than 4,500 American and European garments, shoes, and accessories houses important fashions from the 18th to late 20th centuries.
Please check the museum website for updated exhibition information. Scheduling may have been modified as a result of the temporary museum closure.
More than 80 garments and accessories made from disposable materials
More than 50 objects spanning 1,000 years,
The desert through a lens of magic realism
Showcases still-life paintings from the Museum’s American, Latin American, and European art collections
Explores themes of deconstruction and fragmentation
Regularly rotating installation bears witness to new curatorial initiatives
Explores the sociopolitical realities and imaginative interpretations of SW subcultures
Explores the individualism and self-expression of the Funk art style