Tufts University Art Gallery

The Tufts University permanent art collection is comprised of approximately 2,000 works spanning ancient Mediterranean and pre-Hispanic cultures, modern and contemporary painting and sculpture, and photography. It features paintings by artists from the 19th century to the present such as Eric Aho, Emile Bernard, Elaine De Kooning, Helen Frankenthaler, Grace Hartigan, John Frederick Kensett, Gyorgy Kepes, Willard Metcalf, Maude Morgan, Alice Neel, Milton Resnick, John Singer Sargent, Paul Stopforth, and Andy Warhol. Modern and contemporary sculptures by Dmitri Hadzi, Richard Hunt, Louise Nevelson, Isamu Noguchi, Auguste Rodin, and Frank Stella, among others, are sited in public indoor and outdoor locations across the main campus

Much of the collection is comprised of works on paper, including prints by Salvador Dalí, Albrecht Dürer, Max Ernst, Alex Katz, Sonia Getchoff, Francisco Goya, Sir Howard Hodgkin, Vassily Kandinsky, Francois Millet, Joan Miró, Berthe Morisot, Pablo Picasso, Fairfield Porter, James Rosenquist, and Hale Woodruff, among many others.

Twentieth- and twentieth-first century photography is another notable strength of the Tufts Collection, including works by Berenice Abbott, Lewis Baltz, Cecil Beaton, Edouard Boubat, Manual Alvarez Bravo, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Marilyn Bridges, Robert Doisneau, Dr. Harold Edgerton, Elliot Erwitt, Walker Evans, Larry Fink, Lee Fredlander, Ralph Gibson, Charles Giuliano, Frank Gohlke, Sally Gall, Philippe Halsman, André Kertesz, Johan Kuus, Danny Lyon, Alen MacWeeney, Joel Meyerowitz, Richard Misrach, Delilah Montoya, Dorothy Norman, Tod Papageorge, Frank Paulin, Gilles Peres, Rosamund Purcell, Arthur Rothstein, Aaron Siskind, Richard Sobol, Michael Ullman, and Garry Winogrand.

The Tufts University Art Gallery animates the intellectual life of the greater university community through exhibitions and programs that explore fresh interpretations and scholarship on art, that provide a forum for emerging and mid-career artists from around the world, and that showcase public art commissions and works from the permanent collection through its Museum Without Walls program and mobile website.