(MAM) & Yard School of Art offer American, Native American, & contemporary art exhibitions, programs, & classes in NJ

The Montclair Art Museum always displays two exhibitions of works from the permanent collection: a selection of highlights from the Native American collection in the Rand Gallery and a selection of works from the George Inness collection in the George Inness Gallery.

 

George Inness Gallery
Native American Collection
 

Illustrations and Literary Themes in American Art: Works from the Collection

Jul, 01, 2015 - Oct, 18, 2015

This permanent collection exhibition juxtaposes American illustration work from the 19th and early 20th centuries with contemporary art based on literary themes in MAM's Shelby Gallery.

 

Winslow Homer’s striking wood engravings of the 1860s and 1870s for Harper’s Monthly ...

Basket Mania: Collecting Native American Basketry in the Late Victorian Era

May, 07, 2015 - Jan, 03, 2016

ONGOING VIEW

 

The most recent installation of MAM’s Rand Gallery of Native American art features 69 baskets collected during the late Victorian era when a craze for Native basketry swept the United States. Basket mania, the name given to this fad, was at its...

Native American Art Collection Installation of Pueblo Indian Pottery

Sep, 21, 2014 - Jul, 03, 2016

ONGOING VIEW

 

A new installation of American Indian pottery in Rand Gallery highlights the work of Pueblo potters from the Southwest. Focusing both on traditional patterns and centuries-old techniques and innovative approaches by the current generation of...

Spencer Finch: Yellow

Jan, 15, 2014 - Jan, 03, 2016

ONGOING VIEW

 

In honor of its Centennial and as part of its new contemporary art program, MAM has commissioned the internationally renowned American artist Spencer Finch to create Yellow (2013), a site-specific permanent installation for the Museum’s...

Robert Barry: Diptych: Window-Wallpiece for the Montclair Art Museum

Sep, 03, 2013 - Jan, 03, 2016

Located in the Blanche and Irving Laurie Foundation Art Stairway, this site-specific installation uses allusive words on the walls and windows to successfully engage the viewer. It was originally installed in 2005-6.

 
Robert Barry...