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Princeton University Art Museum

Public Institution
Princeton University Art Museum
Nassau St
Princeton, NJ 08544-1018
USA
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tel +1 609 258-3788
www.princetonartmuseum.org
 
Opening hours:
Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa  10:00-17:00
Su  13:00-17:00

to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Andy Warhol  1
Max Ernst  58
Jasper Johns  67
Frank Stella  112
Willem de Kooning  168



to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Andy Warhol  1 4
Edvard Munch  194 3
Claes Oldenburg  79 3



to top Institution's artists also shown at:
Institution
  MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, USA 197 34
  Leo Castelli Gallery, USA 133 7
  The National Gallery of Art, USA 124 27
  The Art Institute of Chicago, USA 79 32
  Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, USA 75 32



 
 Public exhibitions   3
28.06. - 21.09. (in 64 days)
Description Solo showLee Bontecou: Drawn Worlds

24.05. - 05.10. (in 29 days)
  Group showRothko to Richter: Mark-Making in Abstract Painting from the Collection of Preston H. Haskell

08.02. - 08.06. (still more than 1 month)
  Solo showEdvard Munch: Symbolism in Print:  Masterworks from the Museum of Modern Art, New York
 
Profile
Foundation year: 1882
 
 Artists
Milton Avery  1893-1965, US
Max Beckmann  1884-1950, DE
Thomas Hart Benton  1889-1975, US
Paul Berger  1948, US
Paul Cézanne  1839-1906, FR
William Merritt Chase  1849-1916, US
John Singleton Copley  1737-1815, US
Edgar Degas  1834-1917, FR
William Eggleston  1939, US
Max Ernst  1891-1976, DE
Julian Faulhaber  1975, DE
Vincent van Gogh  1853-1890, NL
Hai Bo  1962, CN
Childe Hassam  1859-1935, US
Winslow Homer  1836-1910, US
Edward Hopper  1882-1967, US
Jasper Johns  1930, US
Michiko Kon  1955, JP
Willem de Kooning  1904-1997, NL
Jacques Lipchitz  1891-1973, FR, LT
Édouard Manet  1832-1883, FR
Ray Metzker  1931, US
Amedeo Modigliani  1884-1920, IT
Claude Monet  1840-1926, FR
Wangechi Mutu  1972, KE
Emil Nolde  1867-1956, DE
Georgia O'Keeffe  1887-1986, US
Odilon Redon  1840-1916, FR
Ad Reinhardt  1913-1967, US
Ilya Repin  1844-1930, RU
Kay Sage  1898-1963, US
John Singer Sargent  1856-1925, US
David Smith  1906-1965, US
Chaïm Soutine  1893-1943, RU
Julian Stanczak  1928, PL
Frank Stella  1936, US
Alfred Stieglitz  1864-1946, US
Yves Tanguy  1900-1955, FR
Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec  1864-1901, FR
Andy Warhol  1928-1987, US
Clarence Hudson White  1871-1925, US
Minor White  1908-1976, US
Zhi Lin  1959, CN
 
 Previous Exhibitions   54
2013
  Solo showFelix Gonzalez-Torres: Untitled
  Group showThe Itinerant Languages of Photography
  Group showFaces and Facets
  Group show1913: The Year of Modernism

2012
  Group showTwo Views: Atget & Friedlander
  Group showThe Fertile Crescent: Gender, Art and Society
  Solo showJohn Constable: Oil Sketches from the Victoria and Albert Museum

2011
  Solo showLee Friedlander: Cars and The New Cars
Description Group showThe Life and Death of Buildings
  Solo showKurt Schwitters: Color and Collage

2010
Description Group showNobody
  Solo showGauguin's Paradise Remembered: The Noa Noa Prints
  Group showStarburst: Color Photography in America 1970-1980
  Solo showPresence and Remembrance: The Art of Toshiko Takaezu
  Group showThe Artist as Image

2009
  Solo showEmmet Gowin: A Collective Portrait
Description Group showOutside In: Chinese x American x Contemporary Art
Description Solo showMyth and Modernity: Ernst Barlach's Images of the Nibelungen and Faust

2008
  Solo showFelix Candela: Engineer, Builder, Structural Artist
  Solo showFrank Gehry: On Line
  Solo showJasper Johns: Light Bulb
   Strangers in a Strange Land: Chinese Art from the Imperial Palaces
Description Solo showPolygons to Printmaking: The Work of Frank Stella, 1958-1997
  Group showAn Educated Eye: the Collections of the Princeton University Art Museum
  Solo showInvoking the Comic Muse: Toulouse-Lautrec's Parody of "The Sacred Grove"

2007
  Solo showAnsel Adams, Moonrise: Print the Legend
  Solo showEl Maestro Francisco Toledo: Art from Oaxaca, 1959 – 2006
  Solo showBeloved Daughters: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh
  Group showPop Art at Princeton - Permanent and Promised
  Solo showTreasures from Olana: Landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church

2006
  Solo showPietro da Cortona’s "Saint Martina Refuses to Adore the Idols": A Painting in Context
  Group showFront and Center: Figure Drawings by Pietro da Cortona and His Contemporaries
  Solo showAndy Warhol - Electric Chair

2005
  Group showBetween Image and Concept: Recent Acquisitions in African-American Art
  Solo showChantal Akerman - 25ème écran (25th Screen)
  Solo showHomer's Laughter - Honore Daumier's Ancient History
  Solo showThomas George - A Retrospective
  Group showFor Presentation and Display - Some Art of the 80s

2004
  Group showWest to Wesselmann
  Group showNineteenth-Century Photographs from the Permanent Collection
  Solo showRobert Adams - From the Missouri West

2003
  Solo showAaron Siskind at 100
  Group showShuffling the Deck - The Collection Reconsidered
  Group showThe New Vulgarians - New York Pop
  Solo showBook from the Sky - A Work by Xu Bing
  Solo showEdward Ranney Photographs - The John B. Elliott Collection
  Group showSeeing the Unsee - Abstract Photography, 1900-40

2002
  Solo showCézanne in Focus - Watercolors from the Henry and Rose Pearlman Collection
  Solo showLewis Baltz - Nevada and Other Photographs
  Group showContemporary Views
  Group showKlinger to Kollwitz - German Art in the Age of Expressionism
  Group showAnxious Omniscience - Surveillance and Contemporary Cultural Practice

1994
  Solo showArshile Gorky and the genesis of abstraction: drawings from the early 1930s

1983
  Solo showNicolas Poussin, The Rape of the Sabines
 
Last update: 5 April 2014
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