Dec 31, 2012. - Apr 2, 2014.
Museum Expansion and Renovation
Our Art Will Be Out In The Community
The Chrysler Museum of Art will be closed renovations until April 2014, but our mission of bringing art and art education to Hampton Roads is proceeding unabated. The Glass Studio is open and will continue to bring outstanding glass artists to our area. The historic Moses Myers House is open and bolstered by new art exhibitions. The Norfolk History Museum at the Willoughby-Baylor House has been converted into a gallery dedicated to our stellar collection of American art.
On view until Dec 1, 2013
With our main building closed for renovation and expansion, more than 50 of our best works of American art find a new home for 2013. Admission is free, and the exhibition is open Wednesday through Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.Online Preview Share
On view until Jun 8, 2013
As part of the Chrysler Museum Roadshow effort to keep our art on view during renovations, we present Let's Go Shopping at the Selden Arcade. See a Warhol on your lunch hour!Online Preview Share
On view until Apr 28, 2013
At the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Arts in Virginia Beach, The Nexus, an exhibition that includes 20 works from the Chrysler Museum collection.Online Preview Share
On view until Nov 3, 2013
A conceptual art installation by Beth Lipman, a Chrysler Museum Glass Studio Artist in Residence, was created live in front of our Studio audience and was inspired by Norfolk history. It's on display at the Moses Myers House.Online Preview Share