View the World from New Perspectives through Art

Final Days: “Tales of War” closes April 23. Created between 1941 and 2013, these works on paper were selected from the Zimmerli's Claude and Nina Gruen Collection of Contemporary Art.

 

The Zimmerli is delighted to participate in the annual Rutgers Day on Saturday, April 26, which offers free activities and entertainment across the New Brunswick and Piscataway campuses. Visit the Zimmerli from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for “Be an Art Detective” scavenger hunts (with prizes!), “I Am Art” face painting, and Preschool Adventures in Storytelling, as well as gallery discovery tours and children’s art activities. The museum also invites visitors to create their own selfies in the photo booth that is part of the special exhibition “Striking Resemblance: The Changing Art of Portraiture.” Activities take place throughout the museum. For a complete list of Rutgers Day events, visit rutgersday.rutgers.edu. Follow updates on Facebook (www.facebook.com/RutgersDay) and Twitter (@Rutgersday #Rutgersday). Rutgers Day offers free parking and admission, as well as shuttles among the College Avenue, Cook/Douglass, and Busch campuses. The event is rain or shine.

 

Join us for the opening of “Odessa's Second Avant-Garde: City and Myth" on April 30, with a guided exhibition tour and the lecture “From Lucidity to Freedom: On Color and Light in the Intrepid Art of Modernist Odessa.”

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