Sun Splashed—the title is based on the name of a 1970s Jamaican reggae festival—explores the relationship between place and self, particularly in tropical locales. Dive into this radiant and gritty exhibition of provocative works by a Jamaican-born, Harlem-based artist, who tells the story of the African diaspora and addresses the intersections of art, identity, and politics. #sunsplashed
There is nowhere else like the Barnes. While most collections are grouped by chronology, style, or genre, art at the Barnes is arranged in ensembles structured according to light, line, color, and space—principles that founder Albert Barnes called “the universal language of art.”
“The greatest private collection of post-impressionist and early modern art in America.” -The EconomistBook TicketsLearn More
Imagine world-renowned galleries or a breathtaking arboretum as your classroom. Hone your visual and analytical skills, and exchange ideas under the direction of prestigious instructors. Learn more about courses and workshops in art and horticulture, and discover how a Barnes education can be something you’ll use your whole life. All levels welcome.
A new feature film based on the Barnes’s unrivaled Renoir collection, Renoir—Revered and Reviled offers a fresh look at one of the 20th century's best-known artists, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and explores why he has polarized opinion for over 100 years. Renoir—Revered and Reviled is directed by Phil Grabsky of Seventh Art Productions for the third season of EXHIBITION ON SCREEN.
"THERE OUGHT TO BE A SIMILAR FILM FOR EVERY GALLERY IN THE WORLD. . . ." — APOLLOLearn More