On Campus Over Summer? So Are We!

The Zimmerli remains open regular hours through July 31. As always, admission is free!

 

Limited spots are available in Summer Art Camp sessions, which continue weekly through August 2.

 

Find out what's on view here, including Mister Deviant, Comrade Degenerate: Selected Works by Yevgeniy Fiks and Tiananmen Square, 1989: Photographs by Khiang H. Hei, which close at the end of the month.

 

The museum closes to the public during the month of August while staff prepare fall exhibitions and programs.

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THE ZIMMERLI IS CLOSED THURSDAY, JULY 4.

Summer Art Camp does NOT meet on July 4.

The Zimmerli is open regular hours July 3, and 5-31.

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The Zimmerli remains open regular hours through July 31. As always, admission is free! Find out what's on view here.

 

Save the Date: Join us for a special Art After Hours on July 2!

 

The limited run exhibition Mister Deviant, Comrade Degenerate: Selected Works by Yevgeniy Fiks is on view through July 31. Through still photographs and multimedia installations, the artist addresses the subject of the political deviant, the sexual outlaw, and the uncensored artist, who all became the shared “others” for the Cold War-era Soviets and Americans - a problematic political legacy that resonates today. 

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Join us at an opening reception for Mister Deviant, Comrade Degenerate: Selected Works by Yevgeniy Fiks on June 15, from 5 to 7pm. Through still photographs and multimedia installations, the artist addresses the subject of the political deviant, the sexual outlaw, and the uncensored artist, who all became the shared “others” for the Cold War-era Soviets and Americans, and remain a problematic political legacy that resonates today. 

Note: If you plan to park in university lots 11, 16, 26, 30, or the College Avenue Deck to attend the opening reception, please register your license plate to avoid a possible citation.

 

Art After Hours returns on June 4, featuring curator-led tours of the exhibition Seeing and Knowing: The Natural History Drawings of Robert Bruce Horsfall, which explores the career of a New Jersey artist who worked at a time of great change in the scientific world, as well as landscape paintings in the museum's American collection. Throughout the evening, New Brunswick’s own Noordzo, led by bassist Mike Noordzy, performs its unique blend of “psychedelic afro-cuban surf jazz.”

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Final Days: Becoming John Marin: Modernist at Work closes May 26. With some 80 works of art, the exhibition features subjects depicting New York City and Maine, for which Marin (1870 – 1953) is best known. It also spotlights some of the artist’s earliest known drawings, including his lesser-known subjects of sites in northern New Jersey (where he lived most of his life), works made during his European sojourn, and animals and circus subjects. A complementary presentation of 30 American prints from the Zimmerli’s collection explores how Marin’s contemporaries portrayed a rapidly changing New York City and environs during the first half of the 20th century.

 

Save the Date: Art After Hours returns on June 4.

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