Designed by California architect E. Stewart Williams, the modern Museum building is the focal point of the 150,000 square feet complex and two sculpture gardens.
Collections focus on international Modern and Contemporary painting and sculpture, historically significant west coast artists, and contemporary Native American artists, as well as contemporary and studio art glass (Chihuly and others), historic and contemporary photography (Ansel Adams), and architecture and design.
Included are works by Chagall, Picasso, Warhol, Lichtenstein, Calder, Moore, and Rauschenberg; classic Western American Art by Moran, Russell, Remington and Ufer; and photography with special attention to natural, built, social, and leisure environments.
200 art objects, from Pre-Columbian to contemporary art, from Alaska to Colombia
Three designers who have pioneered creative approaches to recycling textiles
Works by 20 American photographers examine distinct visions and unique journeys
30+ works depict the human form
Genre-spanning show highlights new acquisitions and gifts
Depictions of communities throughout the United States during the Great Depression
25 pieces reflect a wide diversity of techniques and aesthetic styles