What's New

  • Exhibition Preview | Frank Stella Unbound: Literature and Printmaking

    Featuring forty-one works from four major print series, the exhibition is the first to focus on the vital role that literature played in the artist’s groundbreaking explorations of the print medium.

  • Changing the Conversation: African Arts in a Global Context

    This spring, the Museum seeks to broaden the discussion by bringing together works by African and European artists that engage viewers in intercultural conversations beyond the Africa-Europe binary of discovery, influence, or “Otherness.” Installed throughout the Museum’s galleries of European and medieval art, the works are meant to be viewed in dialogue with one another.

  • Access and Equity | Director's Letter Spring 2018

    James Steward speaks to the importance of free admission to the Princeton University Art Museum and access to art to all.

  • Collecting African American Art

    In acquiring prints and drawings by African American artists, the goal has been to provide a rich cross section of figurative and abstract images that explore the black experience from a variety of perspectives, past and present.

  • Migrations

    Migrations is a Princeton community collaboration including over thirty regional nonprofit organizations, as well as several Princeton University departments and programs, investigating the far-reaching theme of migrations from February through May 2018.