Artwork on Loan

The Zimmerli's works can be seen all over the world, as the museum frequently loans art from its collection to national and international exhibitions organized by other universities and museums. Organizations interested in borrowing works from the collection may review the Zimmerli's Outgoing Loan Guidelines before contacting the museum. 

These exhibitions are great opportunities to show samplings from the Zimmerli's collections in other states and countries and to help viewers better understand groupings of works from a particular artist or themes. 

Currently, work from the museum collection can be enjoyed at locations in the following exhibitions.

JapanAmerica: Points of Contact, 1876-1970
Crocker Art Museum, Scramento, CA, February 12 to May 21, 2017

·         Charles Caryl Coleman, Night Owl, 1879, oil on canvas

Seurat’s Circus Sideshow
The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY, February 15 to May 29, 2017

·         Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Le Grappin and L’Affranchie: Le Théâtre Libre, 1892, color lithograph

·         Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Mlle Olympe, 1893, pastel

·         Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Four Strongmen from the portfolio Les Forains, circa 1894, etching

·         Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Parade from the portfolio Les Forains, circa 1894, etching

·         Henri Gray, Les Saltimbanques, 1892, color lithograph

·         P. de Crauzat, Les Saltimbanques: Leur Vie, Leurs Moeurs, 1875, book

·         F. G. Dumas, Paris Illustré, 1883-1885, bound periodical

·         Jules, Roques, Le Courrier Français, 1887, bound periodical

·         Jules, Roques, Le Courrier Français, 1888, bound periodical

·         Henri-Gabriel Ibels, Les Demi Cabots: Le Café-Concert, Le Cirque, Les Forains, 1896, book

The Revolution is Dead.  Long Live the Revolution!
Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern, Switzerland, April 13 to July 9, 2017

·         Erik Bulatov, Krasikov Street, 1977, oil on canvas

·         Erik Bulatov, Two Landscapes on a Red Banner Background, 1972-1974, oil on canvas

·         Komar and Melamid, The Origins of Socialist Realism from the series Nostalgic Socialist Realism, 1982-1983, tempera and oil on canvas

Diane Burko: Glacial Shifts, Changing Perspectives
Joy Pratt Markham Gallery, Walton Arts Center, Fayetteville, AR, May 4 to September 30, 2017

·         Diane Burko, Petermann Calving, August 2010 (After NASA), 2012, oil on canvas