Wednesday, December 8, 2021






Opening Celebration

Saturday, December 11, 11 a.m.–2 p.m. (EST)

Art on Hulfish


Join us on Saturday to celebrate Art on Hulfish, the Art Museum’s new gallery at 11 Hulfish Street in Palmer Square. The opening exhibition, Orlando, guest curated by Tilda Swinton, presents the work of eleven artists who experiment with the expansiveness and possibilities of human experience. Saturday’s celebration, held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., will be hosted by Museum Director James Steward and other Museum leaders, and will feature refreshments and student performances on the sidewalk. Orlando is organized by Aperture, New York. Event details here. The gallery is free and open daily. For current visitor protocols, please visit our website.




Author Conversation
Picture Ecology

Wednesday, December 9, 5:30 p.m. (EST)

Live via Zoom


The Art Museum’s latest book, Picture Ecology: Art and Ecocriticism in Planetary Perspective, presents a diverse array of art historical criticism formulated within an ecological context. On Thursday, December 9, join us live online when the book’s editor, Karl Kusserow, the Art Museum’s John Wilmerding Curator of American Art, will be joined in conversation by the photographer and writer Subhankar Banerjee, Director of the Center for Environmental Arts and Humanities, University of New Mexico. Cosponsored by Labyrinth Books. Stream it live; details and free registration here.




Now on View
Components in the Air / Jesse Stecklow



The Art Museum is pleased to present Components in the Air / Jesse Stecklowon view at Art@Bainbridge through January 2. Both visible and unseen surroundings are defining elements in the practice of the artist Jesse Stecklow, whose installations interweave imagery, motion, and sound to heighten attention to the ways that associations, memories, and perspectives shape our experiences of space. Exhibition details here.




Support the Art Museum


The Art Museum is committed to making great art accessible to everyone, regardless of ability to pay. We rely on the generosity of people like you to make our work possible and to ensure that all audiences can interact meaningfully with great art—including through free programs, two new downtown galleries, and ongoing robust digital offerings. As you consider your year-end philanthropic priorities, we invite you to support the work of the Art Museum with a tax-deductible gift.





Museum Store


The Museum Store offers exhibition-inspired keepsakes, art publicationsjewelrygifts for children, and distinctive works by artisans. Lisa Zolandz, from Manassas, Virginia, creates porcelain vessels with a simple elegance. “Round, fluid forms are my favorite canvas to showcase glaze and vessel,” she says. Each Museum Store purchase supports the Museum’s core mission of bringing art into everyday life. Shop at 56 Nassau Street in downtown Princeton or online at

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Image credits
 Left: Lynn Hershman Leeson, Rowlands/Bogart (Female Dominant), from the series Hero Sandwich, 1982. Courtesy the artist and Bridget Donahue, New York. Right: Jamal Nxedlana, FAKA Portrait, 2019. Courtesy of the artist. © Jamal Nxedlana
Jesse Stecklow, Ear Wiggler (LEFT and RIGHT), 2015. Collection of Ron Handler. © Jesse Stecklow / image courtesy of M+B, Los Angeles, photo: Jeff McLane







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