Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery Current Exhibition

Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery

Dec. 31, 2027, 12:00 am

23rd and West End Avenues
PHONE (615) 322-0605

The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery totals more than 5,500 works and is the only one of its kind in the area. It serves the university students and the community.

The collection includes works in East Asian art with the Harold P. Stern Collection, the Chauncey P. Lowe Collection, and the Herman D. Doochin Collection; European Old Master paintings with the Kress Study Collection; paintings from the Barbizon school; and African, Oceanic, and Pre-Columbian art and artifacts from the Marjorie and Leon Marlowe Collection.

In recent years, the gallery has collected contemporary artists Arion Press’ Biotherm by Frank O’Hara, lithographs by Jim Dine; Louis Bourgeois’ and Arthur Miller’s Homely Girl, A Life, published by Peter Blum Editions; Paesaggi by Mimmo Paladino, published by Waddington Graphics; Leslie Dill’s A Word Made Flesh and her Homage to N.S., published by Landfall Press; and Enrique Chagoya’s The Enlightened Savage, published by Trillium Press; as well as graphics by artists such as Tjeu Teeuwen.

For more information visit the The Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery website.

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