The museum's collection includes most of the important art movements and schools from the 20th century with a deep holding of the School of Paris after World War II, housed in a dramatic modern building of steel, glass, terra cotta, black granite, polished concrete and wood.
Examines the different considerations that go into displaying art
Examines Latino Artists in the context of their European counterparts
Presents tapestries and rugs by artists usually associated with painting, sculpture, and architecture
100 works from the collection that have never been on view
Tapestries and rugs designed by painters, sculptors, and architects