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Access Points

Recent Acquisitions of a Teaching Museum

May 30–August 12, 2017

"Cloud Garden" Wang Juojun"Access Points" presents a diverse selection of artwork that has been recently acquired by the Kruizenga Art Museum. The exhibition includes artworks from Asia, Africa, Europe and America that have been either generously donated or strategically purchased since 2014. 

As a teaching museum, the Kruizenga Art Museum strives to be a center for curiosity, inspiration and cultural exploration. By displaying artworks from a wide range of cultures and historical periods, the museum aims to foster the qualities of empathy, tolerance and understanding in all of our visitors.

"Fishing for a Wife" Tsuruya KokeiThanks to the generosity of our patrons, the Kruizenga Museum’s collection is constantly growing. In an increasingly diverse and global age, it is important for the Kruizenga to collect and exhibit images and objects that can help tell as many different stories as possible. The Kruizenga Museum collection reflects patterns of cross-cultural exchange that in some cases are centuries old and yet continue to shape our world today. We welcome you to explore this exhibition with an open mind. The exhibition was not designed to be seen in a certain sequence and we encourage you to draw your own connections between the artworks. If you have any comments or questions about the exhibition or the Kruizenga Museum collection, please contact a museum staff member. 

View Access Points exhibition artworks in the KAM collection database