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Pete Pin, Shorty, 28, shows his Killing Fields tattoo, Philadelphia, PA, 2011, photograph. Courtesy of the artist. © Pete Pin

Feb 3 -
July 28

Featured Exhibition

Angkor Complex: ​Cultural Heritage and Post-Genocide Memory in Cambodia

Feb 3 through July 28, 2024

Taubman I

This exhibition brings together more than 80 works of art
spanning a millennium to present how the visual culture of
Cambodia and its diaspora has changed in the face of
upheavals. Angkor Complex also allows viewers to…


View of a gallery installation. Black walls with gold and silver text tell the story of the Burt Lake Band of Anishinaabe Native Americans
Andrea Carlson
Now thru June 2025
Vertical Gallery
Highly decorated gold frame, broken on the top edge and fractured on the bottom edge. A large piece of gold and red fabric with a gold fringe is covered with numerous multi-covered shirts, tunics, or other similar garments sewn across the front, giving a quilted appearance.
Lizzie and Jonathan Tisch Apse
Eleanor Noyes Crumpacker Gallery
A celebration of UMMA's fall season with exhibition openings of You're Welcome, Hear Me Now, and A Gathering.
A. Alfred Taubman Gallery II
Groups of people stand and walk through a light green room with dark wooden vitrines and gilded framed paintings on the wall in the Unsettling Histories exhibition.
European and American Decorative Art
A line of people walk toward a museum entrance, and a large sculpture of a white head stands tall next to them.
Jaume Plensa
UMMA Exterior


Machine Dazzle in front of Brooklyn Waste Management Facility
Machine Dazzle
March 14 — August 25, 2024
Irving Stenn, Jr. Family Gallery


2024 Primary Elections
Feb 17 - Feb 27, 2024
Multipurpose Room
December 2021 — February 2024
Across UMMA's Asian Galleries
Cannupa Hanska Luger
September 22, 2023 — February 18, 2024
Irving Stenn, Jr. Family Gallery
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