Yale Center for British Art hosts Bridget Riley exhibit

“Perceptual Abstraction,” an exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art, explores the boundaries of the most basic elements of art through pieces from Bridget […]

Yale University Art Gallery exhibits “Midcentury Abstraction”

An exhibition at the Yale University Art Gallery showcases the works of artists throughout the course of their careers.

An exhibition against time: Artspace features four artists in new exhibition

YUAG to exhibit “Recent Acquisitions” on Friday

A new Yale University Art Gallery exhibition composed of the museum’s acquisitions during the pandemic displays a selection of 50 works from the more than 1000 acquired by the Gallery in 2020 and 2021.

Juggling public health concerns and eager community members, Yale-affiliated art museums employ cautious reopening plans

Faced with the Omicron variant and coinciding with stricter public health guidelines for the broader Yale community, the Yale Center for British Art and the Yale University Art Gallery closed earlier this winter and have recently implemented plans for reopening.

Norman Ives on Exhibit: Lyrical strokes, elegant simplicity and the art of doing it all

Through the lens of Norman Ives ART ’52, letterforms possess timeless lyricism. They were his lyrical strokes, to be constructed and deconstructed as he pleased. […]

Yale Center for British Art loans paintings to alumna’s exhibition

Alumna and former Yale Center for British Art Student Guide Rachel Rose ’09 is exhibiting her newest installation “Enclosure” from Jan. 14 until Feb. 26 at the Gladstone Gallery in New York City.

Former Yale School of Art Photography Director captures the 1960s’ grace and tension in new exhibit

The exhibition, “War & Peace in New York,” by 81-year-old photographer Tod Papageorge showcases previously unpublished photographs taken between 1966 and 1971.

Yale goes to Hollywood: Film festival spotlights student filmmakers and actors

The Yale in Hollywood Film Festival, or YiHFF, taking place from Dec. 2 to Dec. 4, will showcase works from a diverse range of filmmakers […]

Beinecke library acquires works by Gordon Parks, the first Black photographer at LIFE magazine

Over 200 prints by renowned Black photographer Gordon Parks now lie in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library’s collections. The prints, which constitute one […]

Trapped in pigment: Redisplay of Elihu Yale and enslaved child portrait provokes community response

After the redisplay of the controversial group portrait, community members weigh in.