For Students
Joan and Bob Tisch Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art Modern Art Foyer Vertical Gallery The Jan and David Brandon Family Bridge Shirley Chang Gallery of Chinese Art Woon-Hyung Lee and Korea Foundation Gallery of Korean Art Thomas H. and Polly W. Bredt Gallery Albertine Monroe-Brown Study-Storage Gallery European and American Decorative Art Robert and Lillian Montalto Bohlen Gallery of African Art South and Southeast Asian Gallery Japanese Gallery Asian Crossroads Gallery Museum Apse Marvin H. and Mary M. Davidson Gallery European Art 1100–1650Irving Stenn, Jr, Family Project Gallery.A. Alfred Taubman Gallery IIA. Alfred Taubman Gallery I

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Galleries

Richard and Rosann Noel Gallery
From the medieval period through the exuberance of the Baroque >>

Marvin H. and Mary M. Davidson Gallery
European and American Art 1650–1830 >>

Museum Apse
This gallery focuses on “grand manner” European and American art from 1850 to 1915. >>

Thomas H. and Polly W. Bredt Gallery
18th- and 19th-Century European and American painting and sculpture >>

Albertine Monroe-Brown Study-Storage Gallery
Visible or “open” art storage galleries are located on the second floor of Alumni Memorial Hall >>

European and American Decorative Art
Reopening the 360-degree views of the Apse and providing a point of transition between Alumni Memorial Hall and the new Frankel Wing >>

A. Alfred Taubman Gallery
The Museum's soaring, and at over 5,000 square feet its most spacious, special exhibition space.

Robert and Lillian Montalto Bohlen Gallery of African Art
African art from a range of regions and traditions is on view in this light-filled oasis in the new Frankel Wing >>

Asian Crossroads Gallery
Displaying works from central, south, and southeast Asia >>

Gallery of South, Southeast and Central Asian Art
A marble column from a Jain temple in northwest India sitting beside a sculpture of the Hindu god Ganesh speak to the range of cultures >>

Japanese Gallery
UMMA’s Japanese collection has notable strengths in painting and ceramics of the early modern era. >>

Modern Art Foyer
Moving to the Mezzanine Level, visitors will encounter the first of a suite of galleries dedicated to modern and contemporary art >>

Joan and Bob Tisch Gallery of Modern and Contemporary Art
Don’t miss Max Beckmann’s Begin the Beguine >>

The Jan and David Brandon Family Bridge
This space is both literally a bridge across the triple-height Vertical Gallery and a transition to the Museum’s new Asian galleries >>

Shirley Chang Gallery of Chinese Art
UMMA’s Chinese collection spans three thousand years and many dynasties. >>

Woon-Hyung Lee and Korea Foundation Gallery of Korean Art
UMMA’s exquisite Korean pottery, as well as an evolving collection of furniture, decorative arts and painting >>

Vertical Gallery
Viewable from any level of the new Frankel Wing is perhaps the most architecturally dramatic space in the expanded Museum >>

Irving Stenn, Jr. Family Gallery
The Museum's glass-walled temporary exhibition space devoted to cutting-edge contemporary installation art.