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Life Magazine and the Power of Photography

Life Magazine and the Power of Photography

February 22 through June 21, 2020

Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings

Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings

March 7 through June 14, 2020

Art@Bainbridge

Art@Bainbridge

Women and the Arts of Africa
Gallery Highlights

Women and the Arts of Africa

On view in the African galleries

Hugh Hayden Sculpture Installation Examines American History and Identity

Artist Hugh Hayden explores history, identity and the creation of the America we know today through a series of site-responsive installations at Art@Bainbridge, the Princeton University Art Museum’s gallery space in downtown Princeton featuring the work of emerging contemporary artists.

Welcome 2020—and a World of New Experience

As 2020 dawns, and I look ahead to the exhibitions, collections installations, and acquisitions that will bring an abundance of the new to our galleries and lecture rooms over the coming year, I am energized by the promise of new beginnings.
 

Public Art by Artist, Designer, and Environmentalist Maya Lin Debuts at Princeton University in Fall 2019

Two major new commissions by renowned artist Maya Lin will be dedicated this fall on the grounds of the Lewis Center for the Arts complex at Princeton University. The two works, The Princeton Line, an undulating sculpted line of molded earth that travels a steep slope, and Einstein’s Table, a granite “water table,” are important additions to the University’s public art collection, already deemed to be among the finest in the nation.

Princeton University Art Museum Adds New Retail Location on Nassau Street in Historic Downtown Princeton

The Princeton University Art Museum will open a new, second location of its Museum Store on Palmer Square in support of its mission of bringing the visual arts to the local and regional communities.

Art@Bainbridge Opening | Director's Letter Fall 2019

Understanding the Princeton University Art Museum as a kind of town square or living room for the campus, we seek instead to position the Museum as a gathering space in which visitors of diverse experience, outlook, and education can come together to find common cause in the world’s greatest art. Bainbridge House and Art@Bainbridge will be important tools, putting the Museum firmly in the way of foot traffic along Princeton’s main street and further signaling our invitation to everyone to participate—freely and without impediment (or admission fee)—in the life of great art.