There is no admission fee for the museum.
We are free for all visitors and encourage you to bring a friend.
Art of the Americas is represented by a diverse array of North, Central and South American art, including 19th- and 20th-century paintings, drawings, prints and photography, as well as contemporary art.
Works made by North American artists tell the story of the changing environmental and social landscape of the United States. Nineteenth-century works by Hudson River School painter Jasper Cropsey and landscape painter George Inness highlight views of Europe, while works by Charles Partridge Adams celebrate the Rocky Mountains. Early 20th-century paintings by Ashcan School painter John Sloan and American modernist Marsden Hartley demonstrate the emergence of a distinctly American style of painting. Female artists feature prominently, including Eve Drewelowe, Gwendolyn Meux Waldrop and Muriel Sibelle Wolle, whose landscapes explore the geography of the American West. Works Progress Administration-era works from Colorado and the Southwest are richly represented, including santos and bultos from the 1930s and examples of art from the Taos School. The collection of late 19th- and early 20th-century photographs includes images of daily life by amateur and commercial photographers alike. Modernist photography is represented with works by Paul Strand, Emmit Gowin and Philippe Halsman.
We have a growing Latin American collection, including mid-20th-century Mexican paintings and works on paper by artists such as Diego Rivera, David Alfaro Siqueiros, Luis Covarrubias, Gunther Gerzso, Manuel Alvarez Bravo and others. Oscar Muñoz, Liliana Porter, Linda Arreola and Fernanda Brunet are some of the late 20th- and early 21st-century artists represented in the collection.