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.
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Select prints and drawings reveal multiple histories and roles of women
Six centuries of paintings, sculptures, photography, works on paper, glass, ceramics, and decorative arts.
One of the nation’s premier collections of Oaxacan woodcarving and ceramics
Three decades of painting, printmaking, and sculpture, dancing between figurative and abstract concepts
Variety of media colorfully pesent the artist’s depiction of a fading American promise
Reveals the breadth of art and innovation that occurred in the Southwest at a pivotal time of change.
Various media consider the sublime landscape and its effect on the peoples, histories, and cultures of the American West past & present
Installation honors three mountains sacred to O’odham himdak (culture/way of life)