The Museum's permanent collections center on Art of the American West, Art of Latin America, Modern and Contemporary Art, and Rare Books and Manuscripts
The Latin America collection includes pre-Columbian art produced prior to the Spanish conquest in the sixteenth century, spanning approximately 2,000 years, from 500 B.C. to 1500 A.D. The Contemporary collection represents European and American modernists.
Iconic paintings of Arizona's ranching traditions and impressive landscapes
Various styles and techniques by artists exclusively from the state
Late 20th-century textiles from indigenous people of southern Sonora and northern Sinaloa, Mexico
Iconic works spanning 4 decades are imbued with an inexplicable sense of doom and wry humor