Latin American Art Is American Art. Abstraction, conceptualism, the politics of identity: these are the territories of contemporary art in America. Not surprisingly, these concerns belong to artists of many backgrounds with diverse personal histories. Contemporary Latin American Art focuses on the ways Latino artists have carved out a place within the mainstream...
The LUAG galleries will be closed from December 11, 2017 through January 21, 2018. Museum Offices will remain open Monday - Friday, 9 AM - 5 PM. Museum Offices will be closed from December 22, 2017 - January 2, 2018. Spring semester exhibitions will open the week of January 22. Check back for updates...
Lehigh University Art Galleries (LUAG) is the Teaching Museum at Lehigh University
LUAG maintains and develops the university’s world-class art collection of over 14,000 objects, presenting exhibitions in galleries located throughout Lehigh’s three campuses. All LUAG exhibitions and events are free and open to the public.
This website has been made possible through the generous support of Alice and Richard S. Thall ’55, and Ronald J. Ulrich ’67.
2016-10-22T13:48:11+00:00 April 11th, 2016|
We were recently pleasantly surprised by a fantastic post written by a student on the Arts@Lehigh blog about the Lehigh University Art Galleries. Presently a senior, the student relates an in-between classes visit to LUAG with classmates. During their visit they encountered [...]
2016-10-22T13:48:11+00:00 April 4th, 2016|
Evans, Walker, Bethlehem Graveyard and Steel Mill. Pennsylvania (Saint Michael's Cemetery) 1935 (1982 LCR), Gelatin silver print from nitrate negative Did you know that Lehigh University is only blocks away from the site [...]
2016-10-22T13:48:11+00:00 February 26th, 2016|
Did you know that each and every object in our exhibition ...Of The Americas is accompanied by a few paragraphs written by a curator who specializes in Latin American Art? José Antonio Navarrete is a critic, researcher, and independent [...]
2016-10-22T13:48:11+00:00 February 9th, 2016|
Tom Sternal’s King and Queen, c. 1990 featured on LUAG’s Spring 2016 brochure are not very centrally located on campus, but they are probably seen by thousands of viewers a day. Located next to Interstate [...]
2016-10-22T13:48:11+00:00 January 28th, 2016|
Guardians of the Wind, installed on Memorial Walkway, is a group of tall wooden sculptures that organically twist, turn, break, and fluidly join through space. Situated in a cluster, they beckon the onlooker to explore [...]