Art Museum, USJ
Take it all in.
With more than 2,100 works of art, six exhibition galleries, changing installations, a print study room and a variety of programs for the University and the public, the Art Museum provides countless opportunities for the study and enjoyment of art.
Contact us today to find out how you can get involved, or stop in for a visit.
“One of the liveliest campus museums in the state.”
- THE NEW YORK TIMES
“Visit us and experience first-hand the transformational power of great art.”
- ANN H. SIEVERS, DIRECTOR AND CURATOR
Currently On View
MOKO - MAORI TATTOO: Photographs by Hans Neleman
January 17 – March 15, 2020
Large-format portraits by Dutch-born artist Hans Neleman depict contemporary Maori men and women whose facial or body tattoos express individual, family, and tribal identity. The traditional art of Maori tattooing, once suppressed under colonial rule, has undergone a resurgence as New Zealand’s Maori reassert their cultural traditions. This exhibition of more than 20 images is drawn from Neleman's 1999 book project of the same title.