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Doug and Mike Starn, (Any) Body Oddly Propped, 2015. © Doug and Mike Starn, 2015 / Photo: Ricardo Barros

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Time Capsule 1970: Rauschenberg's Currents

Time Capsule 1970: Rauschenberg's Currents

January 19 through February 10, 2019

Confronting Childhood

Confronting Childhood

February 2 through June 10, 2019

Picturing Place in Japan

Picturing Place in Japan

October 20, 2018 through February 24, 2019

Picturing Place in Japan Ike Taiga 池大雅, 1723–1776. Mount Fuji. Hanging scroll; ink on paper. Princeton University Art Museum. Acquisition from the Gitter-Yelen Collection
Exhibition

Picturing Place in Japan

October 20, 2018
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February 24, 2019
Lasting Impressions: World War I and the Graphic Arts Kerr Eby, American, 1889–1946. September 13, 1918 - St. Mihiel.
Gallery Highlights

Lasting Impressions: World War I and the Graphic Arts

On view in the Early European galleries through February 24, 2019

Gainsborough's Family Album Thomas Gainsborough. The Painter's Daughters with a Cat
Exhibition

Gainsborough's Family Album

February 23, 2019
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June 9, 2019
The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in 10th–14th Century Chinese Art Chinese. Coffin box panel: Outdoor Banquet, 10th–early 11th century
Exhibition

The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in 10th–14th Century Chinese Art

October 19, 2019
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February 9, 2020

Vote Today! Princeton University Art Museum Nominated for Favorite Art Museum

The Princeton University Art Museum is thrilled to announce its nomination for Favorite Art Museum in the 2019 JerseyArts.com People’s Choice Awards.

James C. Steward

The Art at the Heart of the Art Museum Director

James Steward Steers the University Art Museum Expansion

Architects Selected for New Princeton University Art Museum

Sir David Adjaye of Adjaye Associates has been selected as design architect, in collaboration with Cooper Robertson as executive architect, for the new Princeton University Art Museum.

The Modern Museum: Between Preservation and Action | Director's Letter Winter 2018

James Steward discusses ways in which the modern museum’s origins in the European Enlightenment continue to inform the core missions and strategies of most museums today, and the potential for museums to act as change agents that might foster critical dialogue and shape future discourse