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New Earthworks

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

“New Earthworks” presents work by eight contemporary artists who explore our interconnectedness with the Earth. Artists David Brooks, Carolina Caycedo, Desert Artlab (April Bojorquez and Matt Garcia), Hope Ginsburg, Scott Hocking, Mary Mattingly, Sam Van Aken and Steven Yazzie take on issues of biodiversity and environmental equity, reassert Indigenous knowledge and envision new systems to […]

A Country is Not a House: Ronald Rael + Virginia San Fratello

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

Fusing design with activism, Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello have spent more than a decade questioning the implications and contradictions of the border wall that divides the United States from Mexico. Structurally and conceptually, the artists undermine and dismantle the wall itself — a symbol of xenophobia and fear — through speculative explorations that […]

Luster and Light

ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center 699 S. Mill Ave., Suite 108, Tempe, AZ, United States

"Luster and Light" creates space to reflect on the value of craft and craft-adjacent works in art museum settings. How is the idea of value interpreted in various spaces and contexts by individuals and institutions? This exhibition examines works that feature specific lustrous materials to relay cultural or social symbols, often to call attention to abuses […]

The Malevolent and the Serene: Japanese Tea Bowls and Prints from the Collection

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

Art in Focus highlights works from the museum’s permanent collections. This exhibition presents Japanese ceramics and prints, with a focus on ghost stories and tea ceremonies. Woodblock prints by Tsukioka Yoshitoshi are accompanied by ceramic tea bowls and cups from Living National Treasures artists offering audiences an opportunity to learn and appreciate Japans’ contributions to printmaking and craft. […]

Making Visible

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

“Making Visible” features artworks from ASU Art Museum’s permanent collections and examines how these objects perpetuate and fortify mythologies of the American West. With over 90% of the Museum’s 13,000+ objects entering the collection as gifts, this exhibition questions how the perspective of donors reflects specific tastes and fantasies about the Southwest. Further, it explores […]

A pattern, a trace, a portrait: Four Artists from CALA Alliance’s Residency Program

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

"A pattern, a trace, a portrait: Four Artists from CALA Alliance’s Residency Program" showcases new and existing work by Carolina Aranibar-Fernández, Diana Calderón, Estrella Esquilín and Sam Frésquez. These regional Latinx artists each present discrete installations that weave together universal themes of memory, loss and grief while highlighting issues related to place and the destruction […]

Lo que es, es lo que ha sido/What It is, Is What Has Been: Selections from the ASU Art Museum’s Cuban Art Collection

Phoenix Art Museum 1625 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ, United States

Lo que es, es lo que ha sido/What It Is, Is What Has Been: Selections from the ASU Art Museum's Cuban Art Collection explores artistic expression during times of humanitarian crises and social upheaval. Located at the Phoenix Art Museum, the exhibition is the first major curatorial collaboration between Phoenix Art Museum and ASU Art […]

Cuban Print Collection

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

In conjunction with Lo que es, es lo que ha sido/What It Is, Is What Has Been: Selections from the ASU Art Museum’s Cuban Art Collection at the Phoenix Art Museum, the ASU Art Museum presents their Cuban Print Collection. A portfolio of eleven prints was published by Arizona State University Art Museum in conjunction […]

Everything is a Little Fuzzy

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

“Everything Is a Little Fuzzy,” draws from the museum’s permanent collection. With an eye on dimensions of memory and care, it explores the challenges experienced in a post-pandemic world. The exhibition highlights aspects of care, emphasizes memory, communicates resilience, and explores softness through difficult circumstances. Twenty-two artworks on display feature textile objects or the usage […]

Luis Rivera Jimenez: A Brief Proposal on Race and Cultural Cosplay

ASU Art Museum 51 E 10th St, Tempe, AZ 85281, Tempe

Luis Rivera Jimenez (b. 1997 San Juan, Puerto Rico) uses the intricacies of language, political thought and daily experience in the Caribbean to create intentional spaces of learning, conversation and care. The artist’s sculptural objects and installations pose questions about the dynamics of race and representation. His practice reflects upon and explores the underpinning of […]

Contours: The Essential Form

ASU Art Museum Ceramics Research Center 699 S. Mill Ave., Suite 108, Tempe, AZ, United States

“Contours: The Essential Form” features selections from the Museum’s permanent collection and new works by Ibrahim Said (b. 1976, Fustat, Egypt). Through ceramic objects and works on paper, the exhibition explores themes of nature, care and discipline through the lens of muscle memory and intuitive artistic practice.  Said was an invited artist in October 2022 […]

Cosmic Bloom

The MIX Center 50 N Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ, United States

“Cosmic Bloom” is the second NFT collection in Leo Villareal’s “Cosmologies” series. The 1,300 unique digital artworks in the collection are produced using custom live code and are inspired by organic and biological structures, stellar phenomena and atomic patterns. They feature intricate geometric forms that are layered and multiplied, creating captivating patterns set in constant, […]