Artwork
Montclair Art Museum has been collecting, preserving, and showing Native American and American artwork since 1914. MAM stewards more than 12,000 works, including painting, works on paper, ceramics, basketry, sculpture, beadwork, and more.
Current Exhibitions
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Celebration of the dramatic growth of MAM’s collection of works by Black artists.

Upcoming Exhibitions
Past Exhibitions
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A pop-up floral exhibition takes over the galleries for five days only

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Comprehensive collection of photographs by renowned photojournalist, Ed Kashi

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MAM student art show

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Photograps taken by Joel Meyerowitz at Cape Cod, MA.

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MAM is partnering with the New Jersey Division on Civil Rights to exhibit 45 artworks

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MAM's newest student exhibition.

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Latest Student Exhibition

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Site-specific narrative photography that disrupts time.

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A large-scale, immersive, site-specific installation of mixed-media works.

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celebrating the creative achievements of students studying studio art in MAM's Access Program

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A multidisciplinary exhibition centered on tarot cards.

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Artworks made by students throughout New Jersey in an effort to stand up against hate

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A concurrent exhibition presented by Studio Montclair

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Frontline Arts in collaboration with Donna Bassin

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“...vibrant and unrestrained in both color and design.”

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“...these images will be a platform for people to use for discussion, to expand dialogue

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I paint figures depicting individuals of varying ethnicities inhabiting timeless, invented, dream-like environments, I probe

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The Montclair Art Museum will be the final stop of the national tour of Kay

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Kara Walker is a leading contemporary artist best known for her innovative use of the

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“I want to lift people up, give them a sense of empowerment and redemption.” -Ben

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MAM will be exhibiting New Directions in Fiber Art, the New Jersey Arts Annual exhibition

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This permanent collection show of more than 80 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper will

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Magic happens right before your eyes when you experience the work of artist Larry Kagan

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