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Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum

Public Institution
Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum
71 Hamilton St.
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-1248
USA
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tel +1 732 932 7237
fax +1 732 932 8201
www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu
 
Opening hours:
Tu, We, Th, Fr  10:00-16:30
Sa, Su  12:00-17:00

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to top Institution's artists also shown at:
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  MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, USA 45 10
  Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, USA 28 4
  Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, USA 18 8
  The Art Institute of Chicago, USA 13 9



 
 Public exhibitions   2
08.03. - 31.07. (10 days remaining)
  Group showStars

04.09. - 31.07. (10 days remaining)
  Solo showDale Chihuly
 
Profile
Foundation year: 1966
 
 Artists
Albert Bierstadt  1830-1902, US
Erik Bulatov  1933, RU
Natalya & Valery Cherkashin  RU
Ivan Chuikov  1935, RU
Marylyn Dintenfass  1943, US
Arthur Dove  1880-1946, US
Roger Duvoisin  
Chaim Gross  1904-1991, US
Valerie Jaudon  1945, US
Jonathan Eastman Johnson  1824-1906, US
John Frederick Kensett  1816-1872, US
Reginald Marsh  1898-1954, US
Boris Mikhailov  1938, UA
Jules Olitski  1922-2007, US
Edith Prellwitz  
Paul Ranson  1861-1909, FR
George Segal  1924-2000, US
Sergei Sergeyev  1953, RU
Mirian Shapiro  1923
Edward Steichen  1879-1973, US
Théophile Steinlen  1859-1923, FR
Henry O. Tanner  1859-1937, US
Cornelis de Vos  1585-1651, NL
Oleg Zaika  1963, RU
 
 Previous Exhibitions   84
2014
  Group showTales of War

2013
  Solo showJean & Mou-sien Tseng - Maples in the Mist
  Solo showHenri-Gabriel Ibels
  Solo showLeonid Sokov: Ironic Objects

2012
  Solo showMary Cassatt - In the Company of Women
  Group showArt=Text=Art: Works by Contemporary Artists From the Collection of Sally and Wynn Kramarsky, New York
  Solo showDiane Burko - Glacial Perspectives
  Solo showLynd Ward Draws Stories: Inspired by Mexico's History, Mark Twain, and Adventures in the Woods
  Solo showAspects of Architecture: The Prints of John Taylor Arms
  Solo showRachel Perry Welty 24/7

2011
  Solo showIn the Search of an Absolute: Art of Valery Yurlov
  Group showat/around/beyond: Fluxus at Rutgers
  Group showTwo Venetian Masters: Canaletto and Domenico Tiepolo Etchings from the Arthur Ross Foundation
  Solo showPopcorn & Starbaby: Children’s Book Illustrations by Frank Asch
  Group showA View of Caring: Johnson & Johnson / International Center of Photography Fellowship Program
  Group showCast Me Not Away: Soviet Photography in the 1980s from the Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection
  Solo showMystics and Moderns: Painting in Estonia before Glasnost
  Solo showJolan Gross-Bettelheim: An American Photographer in an Age of Progress
  Solo showDancing with the Dark - Joan Snyder Prints 1963-2010

2010
  Solo showEmbodied Dreams: The Later Work of Boris Sveshnikov
  Solo showVladimir Nemukhin: Works on Paper
  Group showTimeless, Still: Photographs from Muybridge to Warhol
  Group showWater
  Solo showThe Colors of the Steppe: Non-Conformist Art from Soviet Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan
  Group showAnimal Fair: Birds, Beasts, and Bugs in Children's Book Illustrations
  Group showOut of the Ordinary: Photographs by Garry Winogrand and Larry Clark
  Solo showThe Nose and the Overcoat in Lithographs by Viktor Vilner
  Solo showLalla Essaydi: Les Femmes de Maroc

2009
  Group showHow We Live Now: Picturing Everyday Life in Children's Book Illustrations
  Group showFour Perspectives Through the Lens: Soviet Art Photography in the 1970s-80s
  Group showTrail Blazers in the 21st Century: Contemporary Prints and Photographs published by Exit Art
  Group showBlocks of Color: American Woodcuts from the 1890s to the present
  Solo showLois Lenski: Exploring the Everyday Lives of Children
  Group showJaponisme Highlights:Paintings and Ceramics from the Collection
  Solo showSelections from the Claude and Nina Gruen Collection of Contemporary Russian Art
  Solo showInto the Garden: Painted Paper Construction by Takayo Nodo
  Group showA Parallel Presence: National Association of Women Artists, 1889-2009

2008
  Group showInspired by Literature: Art and Fine Books
  Solo showThe Appointing Gesture: The Worlds and Images of Dmitry Prigov
  Group showPop Art and After: Prints and Popular Culture
  Solo showDark Dreams: The Prints of Francisco Goya, A Selection from the Collection of the Arthur Ross Foundation
  Group showNew Narratives: Contemporary Art from India
  Solo showPainting for the Grave: The Early Work of Boris Sveshnikov
  Solo showHonoré Daumier and La Maison Aubert:
  Group showFrom Here to the Horizon
  Group showWays and Means: How Illustrators Plan a Picture Book
  Group showArt for the Dance: Russian Costume and Stage Designs from the Riabov Collection
  Group showRussian Dance: Selections from the Donation of Herbert and Ruth Schimmel

2007
  Group showThe Magyar Imagination: Selections from the Salgo Trust Donation of Hungarian Art
  Group showThe Heritage of the Russian Avant-Garde: Vladimir Sterligov and his School
  Solo showPrintmaking from Soviet Estonia, Part II
  Group showA New Reality: Black-and-White Photography in Contemporary Art
  Group showCalculation and Impulse: Abstract American Prints
  Solo showA Sense of Place: Children's Book Illustrations by Catherine Stock
  Solo showPrintmaking from Soviet Estonia
  Solo showThe Heritage of the Russian Avant-Garde: Vladimir Sterligov and His School
  Solo showNatvar Bhavsar: The Dimensions of Color
  Group showThrough the Night: Children’s Book Illustrations from the Rutgers Collection
  Group showAlone Togethe -: People in American Prints

2006
  Group showToulouse-Lautrec and the French Imprint
  Group showWord and Image: Visual Experiments of Soviet Nonconformist Artists, 1960s-80s
  Group showWord and Image: Visual Experiments of Russian Artists, 1910s-30s
  Group showTwo Masters of Lithuanian Photography: Antanas Sutkus and Rimantas Dichavicius
  Solo showTechnical Detours - the Early Works of Moholy-Nagy Reconsidered
  Group showBy Its Cover: Original Art for Children’s Books
  Group showInviting Words Into The Image: Contemporary Prints From The Rutgers Archives For Printmaking Studios (raps)
  Solo showAbraham Joel Tobias: Sculptural Paintings of the 1930s
  Solo showWord and Image: Lettrisme
  Solo showWord and Image in Late 19th Century Paris
  Group showSerialities - Repetition and Narrative in Soviet Nonconformist Art
  Solo showWilliam Kentridge - Prints
  Group showIn and Around Dvizhenie (The Movement Group)
  Group showTwo Masters of Lithuanian Photography - Antanas Sutkus and Rimantas Dichavicius
  Solo showPiranesi: Architecture of the Eye and Mind
  Solo showStrange Mr. Satie Comes to the Zimmerli: Children's Book Illustrations by Petra Mathers

2005
  Solo showEduard Gorokhovsky (1929-2004)
  Group showBreaking the Mold - Sculpture in Paris from Daumier to Rodin
  Group showRussian and Soviet Propaganda Posters, Part II
  Solo showA Witness to War - Edward Steichen's US Navy Photography
  Group showNew Acquisitions from the Claude and Nina Gruen Collection
  Group showSerialities: Repetition and Narrative in Soviet Nonconformist Art
  Group showOrigins of the Twentieth Century: Watercolors and Drawings in France, 1875-1915
  Solo showCreating a Paper Paradise: Illustrations for Dear World by Takayo Noda

1984
  Group showDorothy Dehner/David Smith: Their Decades of Search and Fulfillment
 
Last update: 21 May 2014
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