Phoenix Art Museum

(602) 257-1222 | View Website

1625 N. Central Avenue, Phoenix, AZ | Directions   85004

33.467302 -112.073413

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Wed 10-9

Thurs-Sat 10-5

Sun 12-5

First Friday Evenings 6-10pm

Closed Mondays and Tuesdays

 
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Phoenix Art Museum
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Reviews for Phoenix Art Museum

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10 months ago

We really enjoyed our visit to this art museum its different to a lot of other city museums in that there is plenty of free parking outside, the interior is cool spacious and not crowded. We wandered about and enjoyed the collections of south western American artists, aerial photography and digital fashion, looks like they have something for everyone to enjoy here- its perfect place to go and chill out on a hot day

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4.0
over a year ago

What to do this evening.... – Having been to a multitude of museums across the country, the Phoenix Art Museum was truly one to rave about. Not only were there a generous amount of collections and galleries, but the facility was flawless as well! Since the main level may be overwhelming with the number of potpourri rooms, I would personally suggest starting off in the Steele Gallery and work your way up saving the best, museum store and caf

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5.0
over a year ago

Where inspiration happens – After leaving the Phoenix Art Museum, I was more inspired, relaxed and more passionate. I cannot begin to describe the great experiece this place had given me. The fact that this opportunity was not only inexpensive, and more than enough artworks to look at, I did not leave this place disappointed in any way. Out of all the pieces, there was one artwork that stood out the most and caught my eye immediately. Titled, "Mass (Colder Darker Matter,) the artist Cornelia Parker used burnt pieces of wood (collected from a burned down church) and clear string for a medium. These strings dangled about twenty feet from the ceiling, creating a cube shape and the audience could see through this cube in many ways, from every angle. I think the metaphor of this piece was to appear as if it were shattering, maybe in the same ways the church had been shattered. What was cool about this piece, was that the audience could stand there and stare at it for a long period of time, trying to figure out its true meaning and inspiration. The entire visit left me wondering about this one piece of art, and I fully intend to go back and look at this piece again.

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over a year ago

Dramatic museum highlights a diverse collection. – In Short
A $25 million face-lift, including expansions and renovations, doubled the size of this artistic edifice, allowing it to play host to more than 567,000 visitors a year. It holds nearly 16,000 pieces of art and can oblige a group of 400 for special events. Playing off its natural light, unusual shapes and spatial orientations, this museum is a piece of art in and of itself. This striking compilation of artwork spans a multitude of centuries and cultures. Its collections and galleries feature art of the Americas and Europe, Asian art, contemporary art, modern art and 18th- to 20th-century fashion design.

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5.0
over a year ago

As Good as MOMA and the TATE – As a museum buff, I was floored when i came to Phoenix Art Museum for the first time. The facility is outstanding. The collections amazing and the exhibitions top notch. The fashion gallery is better than any I've ever seen. And interestingly, each time i visit, I have a better experience than I have at MOMA or the Tate or any other museum. I even love the restaurant. If you visit Phoenix, you must go. The Illuminated Manuscripts show that just opened is awesome. I've never seen anything like it - it is as good as the Dead Sea Scrolls in San Diego!

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5.0
over a year ago

Veru Impressive – I am not a museum person adn rarely do I get to go to these things, but I was very impressed with this exhibit. It was actually very interesting and I was surprised by just how beautiful some of the work was.

If you are looking for something to do, this is very worthwhile and I would highly recommend seeing it. You certainly don't need tobe an art lover or religious studies fan to appreciate this exhibit.

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5.0
over a year ago

Beautiful Pieces – The manuscripts were beautiful! It's amazing how they look and have been preserved after all this time. They were all created so maticulously and with such care - they are truly works of art. It was a wonderful surprise to happen onto this exhibit while at the museum! The Phoenix Art Museum always brings great exhibits to the area!

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5.0
over a year ago

Amazing Illuminate Manuscripts on display at the Phoenix Art Museum – I'm not a regular museum goer or highly religious, but I have to say that I was fascinated by the manuscripts. The history behind these really old bibles and the explanation and history that accompanies each piece, is astounding and nothing I have ever seen before. I see on their Web site that the exhibit is only open until March 9th, so I recommend enjoying it before it leaves the Phoenix Art Museum. The rest of the museum has some really interesting art on display, including a neat and highly colorful Graffiti Art and Fashion display on the second level. This place is worth a visit.

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4.0
over a year ago

Phoenix Art Museum – Recently went to the new "Illuminated" exhibit at the PHX Art Museum. Great find for something to do. It helps to really read the process they took in re-creating the bibles. They used the same process, used hundreds of years ago--the paper even comes from lambs. Fascinating. The renovation on the museum is great and the cafe in the museum is also worth the journey.

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5.0
over a year ago

best bible display – This gallery is beautiful. The hand written bible is outstanding. The history presented is very educational -don't miss this exhibit.

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