Tuesday, August 26, 2014


Day Trip: Whitney Museum: Jeff Koons Retrospective and The Studio Museum in Harlem
WHEN: September 18,  7:30 AM to 7:00 PM



Installation view: Jeff Koons: A Retrospective, Whitney Museum of American Art, N.Y.<br />© Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ron Amstutz<br />

Installation view: Jeff Koons: A Retrospective, Whitney Museum of American Art, N.Y. © Jeff Koons. Photograph by Ron Amstutz

The Studio Museum in Harlem
Since opening in a rented loft at Fifth Avenue and 125th Street in 1968, The Studio Museum in Harlem has earned recognition for its catalytic role in promoting the works of artists of African descent. Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974–1989 is the first museum survey of the Los Angeles–based conceptual artist’s early work. Charles Gaines is celebrated primarily for his photographs, drawings, and works on paper that investigate systems, cognition, and language. The exhibition features seventy-five works from the beginning of a singular career that now spans four decades.

Whitney Museum of American Art: Jeff Koons Retrospective
Jeff Koons is widely regarded as one of the most important, influential, popular and controversial artists of the postwar era. Comprising almost 150 objects dating from 1978 to the present, this exhibition is the most comprehensive ever devoted to the artist’s groundbreaking oeuvre. It is his first major museum presentation in New York and the first to fill nearly the entirety of the Whitney’s Marcel Breuer building with a single artist’s work. It is also the final exhibition to take place there before the museum opens its new building in the Meatpacking District in 2015.

Lunch at Orsay is included.

For details and registration, visit the webpage. Seating is limited; please register by September 2.

Join us for the return of
WHEN: Tuesday*, September 2, 5 to 9 PM
Zimmerli Art Museum, Hamilton & Easton Aves., New Brunswick

DJ-curated Music on the Terrace
Complimentary Refreshments
Guided Tours
"Big Ten: Art"

*This season ART AFTER HOURS moves to First Tuesday nights!


The Zimmerli's operations, exhibitions, and programs are funded in part by Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and income from the Avenir Foundation Endowment, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Endowment Fund, and the Voorhees Family Endowment, among others. Additional support comes from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; the Estate of Victoria J. Mastrobuono; and donors, members, and friends of the Zimmerli Art Museum.