All Press Releases (34)

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Acquisitions, Renovation and Expansion
October 19, 2012

On December 12, 2012, the Yale University Art Gallery will celebrate the grand opening of its multiyear renovation and expansion project

View of the American Paintings and Sculpture galleries, Yale University Art Gallery. © Elizabeth Felicella, 2012
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Exhibitions
August 2, 2012

The Yale University Art Gallery presents Robert Adams: The Place We Live, A Retrospective Selection of Photographs (August 3–October 28, 2012), an exhibition that surveys the artistic legacy of the American photographer Robert Adams.

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Renovation and Expansion
May 23, 2012

Expansion of both building and collections places Gallery in ranks of nation’s leading public museums

Yale University Art Gallery (l to r: Louis Kahn building, Old Yale Art Gallery building, Street Hall). © Christopher Gardner, 2012
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Exhibitions
May 1, 2012

Highlights include: 

America Rising, Part Three of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: American Art from the Yale University Art Gallery

May 8–July 8, 2012

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Exhibitions
January 1, 2012

Organized by the Yale University Art Gallery, the multivenue traveling exhibition is now on view at the Denver Art Museum

Robert Adams, <em>Colorado Springs, Colorado</em>, 1968
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Gifts and Donors
November 1, 2011

The Yale University Art Gallery is pleased to announce that a gift of important works of American modern design has been promised to the Gallery by Yale alumnus John C. Waddell, B.A. 1959.

Albert Drexler Jacobson, designer, and Cowan Pottery Studio, manufacturer,<em> Pair of Bookends</em>, 1929. Glazed earthenware. John C. Waddell Collection, Promised gift of John C. Waddell, B.A. 1959
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Acquisitions
November 1, 2011

The Yale University Art Gallery has announced its purchase of the Albert Sack Legacy Archives, an unparalleled resource of comparative material for the study of American furniture from the professional records of Israel Sack, Inc.

Photo of an Easy Chair, New England, ca. 1760. Albert Sack Legacy Archives