Phoenix Art Museum

1625 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85004

602-257-1880

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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. 


Whether you go or not, Phoenix Art Museum: Collection Highlights is an in-depth illustrated presentation of some 300 treasures from the American and Western American, European, modern and contemporary, Latin American and fashion design collections, as well as an Asian art collection. Monet's Flowering Arches, Giverny, Frida Kahlo's Suicide of Dorothy Hale, Shen Quan's Album of Birds and Animals and Louise Nevelson's Royal Tide V are among the works featured.

Phoenix Art Museum: Collection Highlights

    



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