Check out this slideshow of some of the works on view in "Modern Art from the Middle East," now through July 16, 2017. The Gallery is free and open to the public.
Check out this slideshow of some of the works on view in

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Read Blake Gopnik on "Lumia: Thomas Wilfred and the Art of Light," which he refers to as "the third in a hat-trick of compelling, substantial shows that I recently took in at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven." Thanks for visiting, Blake! See also Blake's insightful pieces on our Albers and Friedlander shows by visiting [ Artnet.com Link ].

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Thursday, May 18, at 5:30 and 6:15 pm: Don't miss an original performance-- "Traveling in Place" --by visiting artists Rachel Bernsen and Megan Craig, inspired by the special exhibition Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas. TONIGHT! Free and open to the public. #smallgreatobjects #albersintheamericas
Thursday May 18 at 530 and 615 pm Dont miss an original
Today is the 60th anniversary of the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, the first large-scale gathering of African Americans on the National Mall, and in the words of Artnet's Blake Gopnik, one of the "protests that mattered." Join us in honoring the occasion by participating in one of the walking tours offered today or by visiting the Gallery to see the "Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the...
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Walking Tour, Let Us March On!: A Tour of New Haven Sites of Protest

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This week at the Gallery...#lumia exhibition tour, #letusmarchon walking tours of New Haven protest sites, performance by Rachel Bernsen and Megan Craig in the #albersintheamericas exhibition, & commencement weekend! Congrats, #yale2017!
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See "Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas" before it closes on Sunday, June 25.Take a virtual journey with Anni and Josef via the free exhibition podcast at [ Soundcloud.com Link ]. #smallgreatobjects #albersintheamericas #anniandjosefalbers
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Read Blake Gopnik's piece on "protest that mattered" in today's Artnet news. See "Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom" at the Gallery now through July 9, when it leaves New Haven to begin a national tour.
Read Blake Gopniks piece on protest that mattered in todays Artnet news

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Let Us March On: Lee Friedlander and the Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom is on view in the fourth floor special exhibition galleries. And, TONIGHT, Thursday, May 11, at 5:30 pm, the iconic (and famously reticent) photographer will be at the Gallery for an artist talk! Free tickets will be handed out in the museum lobby beginning at 4:30 pm. Ticket holders are guaranteed a seat.
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Tomorrow evening at 5:30 pm, a #nottobemissed event:
Tomorrow evening at 5:30 pm a nottobemissed event:
Don't miss it: This afternoon at 1:30 is the final lecture in the spring series "The Dutch Abroad and What They Brought Back." Explore the Dutch Golden Age in miniature as Ruth Barnes, the Gallery's Thomas Jaffe Curator of Indo-Pacific Art, discusses the elaborate doll houses commissioned by the Dutch upper class in the 17th century. These exquisite status symbols featured blue-and-white...
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Lecture Series: The Dutch Abroad and What They Brought Back: West Meets East in Miniature

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The Great Give 2017 is on! Now through 8:00pm tomorrow, Wednesday, May 3, you can donate to all of your favorite local nonprofits via one easy site: [ Thegreatgive.org Link ] Search through hundreds of nonprofits by category, such as arts and culture, animal care, youth programs, basic needs, and more. On behalf of the New Haven community, we thank you for your generous support! #thegreatgive...
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Don't miss this spectacular exhibition, on view through Sunday, June 25! The Gallery is open Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 5pm; Thursday until 8pm (September through June); and Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
Dont miss this spectacular exhibition on view through Sunday June 25 The

Small-Great Objects: Anni and Josef Albers in the Americas at Yale University Art Gallery

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TONIGHT 5:30-7:00pm, Gallery+Lumia

Inspired by the work of Thomas Wilfred on view in the Lumia exhibition, students from Yale School of Art and @yaleschoolofdrama takeover the museum lobby with an interactive installation that progresses from a two-dimensional image to a fully-immersive visitor experience. Join us! #freeandopentothepublic #kineticlightart
TONIGHT 530700pm GalleryLumia Inspired by the work of Thomas Wilfred on view
Timothyna Duncan of the Daily Mail presents an in-depth look at photographs taken by a young Lee Friedlander at the May 17, 1957 Prayer Pilgrimage for Freedom, the first large-scale gathering of African Americans on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. The photos are currently on view in the Gallery's exhibition Let Us March On, making their public debut nearly 60 years after their creation....
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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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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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“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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On view in the European art galleries is an extraordinary selection of