Founded in 1964 as a non-collecting museum, the museum transitioned into collecting in 1974.
Housed in a building designed by rationalist architect Josef Paul Kleiheus, multidisciplinary, experimental exhibitions are designed to bring artists and audiences together to experience and contemplate contemporary art and culture.
250 pieces map the shared histories of colonization, migration, religion, and tradition
In-depth look at the artist's ever-expanding disciplines including fashion, architecture, music, and design
Works take aim at everyday experiences that reveal the sexism women face in the 21st-century
Intimate and historical works evoke love, memory, and place
Works dwell at the interstice of architecture, decoration, place, and image
Works using diverse forms of technology explore the Arabian Gulf
Video montage of the black experience plus rotating works from the collection