Join us this afternoon at 1:30 pm for the 4th of 6 lectures in the spring series "The Dutch Abroad and What They Brought Back." We welcome Mariet Westermann, art historian and Executive Vice President of the Andrew Mellon Foundation, for a lecture titled "The Lemon's Lure."
Join us this afternoon at 130 pm for the 4th of 6

Lecture Series: The Dutch Abroad and What They Brought Back: The Lemon’s Lure

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Tonight (Thurs., April 20) at 7:00: Hip-hop artist #thenarcicyst performs at the Gallery. Preceded by an artist talk at 5:30. Both events are free and open to the public.

Learn more about Yassin (#narcy) Alsalman, and preview his music, using the link below.

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Tonight Thurs April 20 at 700 Hiphop artist thenarcicyst performs at the

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Thanks to Andrew Koenig for this insightful review of the "Modern Art from the Middle East" exhibition, on view in the modern and contemporary art galleries through July 16, 2017.

Join us today (Wednesday, April 19) at 12:30 pm for a gallery talk offered by exhibition co-curator Kishwar Rizvi, Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture at Yale. Rizvi discusses the work of Egyptian artists...
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Thanks to Andrew Koenig for this insightful review of the Modern Art

“Modern Art From The Middle East” Cuts Through The Noise

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Happy Easter to those celebrating today, and happy spring to all! These daffodils joyously greet the sun outside Street Hall (1866). Anthony Caro's sculpture Ocean (1989) is visible in the background. Street Hall is one of the three interconnected buildings that comprise the Gallery. The oldest of the three, it houses the founding collection—John Trumbull's paintings—as well as the American...
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On view in the European art galleries is an extraordinary selection of 17th century paintings by Dutch and Flemish masters including these three works by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640).

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The Assumption of the Virgin, 1636-38. Gift to the Gallery in memory of Elizabeth Manning Sage.

Crucifixion, 1618-20. Lent by the Rose-Marie and Eijk van Otterloo Collection.

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Looking for something fun (or maybe artsy and dramatic) to do this evening? Join us from 5:30-7:00pm for the tenth annual Gallery+Drama! Yale School of Drama students take over the museum for one night only, installing sound and visual projections, performing live, offering interactive (re)interpretations of the art on view, and much more. Every year is different but you can always expect the...
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This week at the Gallery: #albersintheamericas exhibition tour, gallery talk on #thomaswilfred's #lumia, Gallery+Drama, and more!
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Read Elizabeth A. Miles's article on "Modern Art from the Middle East," featuring an interview with Islamic Art and Architecture Professor Kishwar Rizvi, co-curator of the exhibition. #yaleherald
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Read Elizabeth A Miless article on Modern Art from the Middle East

Spelling Allah in neon: naturalizing narratives in modern Middle Eastern art - The Yale Herald

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From the collection: Max Weber, Feast of Passover (The Holy Book), 1920. Cherrywood woodcut. Bequest of Doris M. Brixey

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From the collection Max Weber Feast of Passover The Holy Book 1920
From MODERN magazine's gorgeous spring 2017 issue: Enjoy this wonderful interview with Jennifer Reynolds-Kaye, curator of Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas! By Jenny Florence

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From MODERN magazines gorgeous spring 2017 issue Enjoy this wonderful interview with

Bright and Beautiful

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This evening at 5:30 pm, join us as we welcome Femke Diercks from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam who delivers the second lecture in our new series "The Dutch Abroad and What They Brought Back." Click the link below for details. #thedutchabroad #dutchgoldenage #lectureseries
This evening at 530 pm join us as we welcome Femke Diercks

Lecture Series: The Dutch Abroad and What They Brought Back: “The Carryers of the World”: Trade and Luxury Goods in the Dutch Golden Age

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"TV didn't kill the radio star:" YDN Weekend interviews Yale student (and radio star) Phoebe Petrovic, producer of the Gallery podcast for "Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas." Phoebe talks journalism, storytelling, museum podcasts, and going on a virtual journey with #anniandjosefalbers.

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TV didn’t kill the radio star

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#letusmarchon #prayerpilgrimageforfreedom #leefriedlander #photography #onview #civilrights #giveustheballot #rememberingmlk #iamking #choosejustice #chooselove #choosecourage #equality
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April 4: Today marks the 49th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination. Read Sara Rosen's article on the Gallery's #letusmarchon exhibition, listen to the speech #MLK gave 60 years ago at the #prayerpilgrimageforfreedom, and come to the Gallery today at 12:30 pm for an exhibition tour with curator La Tanya Autry. All are welcome.

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April 4 Today marks the 49th anniversary of Dr Martin Luther King

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Thanks to Hannah Kazis-Taylor for her astute observations of the works on view in "Modern Art from the Middle East." Kazis-Taylor writes: "The exhibition is, of course, in many ways about the social and political issues unfolding in these areas of the Middle East in the mid-20th century. At the same time, it’s about defining modernity as a global phenomenon, not one constricted to European and...
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Thanks to Hannah KazisTaylor for her astute observations of the works on

Modern Art (from the Middle East)

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This view of the exhibition "Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas" features one of Josef's Homage to the Square paintings (at left) and a textile by Anni called Red and Blue Layers (third object from left on back wall) as well as a selection of preHispanic objects the Alberses collected during their travels to Mexico and Peru and photographs of them holding various...
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This view of the exhibition SmallGreat Objects Anni and Josef Albers in
Yes, it may be a dreary day in New Haven, but it is also the perfect weather for visiting the museum and listening to a transportive lecture by the esteemed art historian John Walsh. This afternoon at 1:30 pm, travel back in time to 17th-century Holland and learn more about Dutch merchants in the Golden Age and the fascinating art that growing international trade and prosperity yielded, such...
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Yes it may be a dreary day in New Haven but it

Lecture Series: The Dutch Abroad and What They Brought Back, Nautilus Cups in Holland: East Embraced by West

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Learn more about Syria, Lebanon, Iraq, and Egypt through art with the Gallery's exhibition Modern Art from the Middle East, on view in the modern and contemporary art galleries through July 9, 2017. This evening at 5:30 pm, all are welcome to join us for an talk by celebrated Egyptian artist Wael Shawky in the lecture hall. Tomorrow, Friday, March 31, from 9:00am until 5:30pm, is the...
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Learn more about Syria Lebanon Iraq and Egypt through art with the

Exhibits At Yale, Lyman Focus On Life In The Arab World

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Check out this fantastic interview with Wael Shawky in Apollo: The International Art Magazine! Hear directly from this fascinating artist tomorrow evening (March 30) at 5:30 pm in the Gallery's lecture hall. Shawky joins Kishwar Rizvi, Associate Professor of Islamic Art and Architecture, Department of the History of Art, for a discussion about his multimedia practice. Followed by a reception....
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Check out this fantastic interview with Wael Shawky in Apollo The International

Puppet master: an interview with Wael Shawky | Apollo Magazine

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