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Nestled in the middle of a sprawling, desert-pink complex, ASU Art Museum was designed by Antoine Predock in 1989. The galleries of the museum are arranged in three levels, with the main floor underground. Predock intended for the space to be mysterious and for the layout to be a little tricky to navigate; this way, the experience of the museum is truly a process of discovery.
An exhibition of alternating items from the museum's contemporary collection, as well as items on loan.
It’s a rare opportunity to have a peek at a world-renowned art collection. Lucky for us ASU Art Museum curators Julio César Morales and Heather Sea...
Nao Matsunga says he is challenged by the unknown. The Japanese emerging artist is known for his textured clay sculptures that mimic architectural and natural forms. Matsunga will visit ASU Art Museum as part of the "Crafting a Continuum:... More »
Clare Patey and Matthew Moore come from very different worlds, but very similar perspectives. Moore has made a name for himself in Phoenix with art projects that address the urbanization of farmlan... More »
When Phoenix-based artist Matthew Moore and London-based artist Clare Patey announced they were collaborating on a project, we were all ears. Moore has made a name for himself in Phoenix with art projects that address the urbanization of farmland... More »
We aren't exactly meteorology fanatics. The closest we get to weather-related science is browsing through the usually sunny icons of our iPhone forecast. Sunny image = happy. Biologist and nature writer Bill Streever is a little (read: way) more... More »
The ASU Art Museum is hard to miss -- and the architect meant it that way. Nestled in the middle of a sprawling, desert-pink complex, the museum was designed by Antoine Predock in 1989. You wouldn't know it from the outside, but the main floor of the museum is underground. Inspired by desert architecture such as the Egyptian Valley of the Kings, Predock set a lofty goal: to create an oasis of art. After the visitor descends several sloping levels of steps, he or she passes into a... More »
After more than a decade in its Antoine Predock building, this museum is showing the Valley what a broad, inclusive phrase "contemporary art" can be. Despite a thin bottom line, ASU's art museum has assembled stellar exhibitions of crafts alongside intriguing shows by the likes of Shirin Neshat, Lucio Muniain and Andreas Gursky. These names aren't likely to bring in the Arizona crowds, but they're ones worth knowing. Their appearance proves that budgets don't define an institution's mission... More »
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