Bronx Museum of the Arts
at 165th Street
Bronx, NY 10456
Firelei Baez, Ignacio Gonzalez-Lang, Irvin Morazan
Alexandre Arrechea, Belkis Ayón, Abel Barroso, José Bedia, Alejandro Campins, Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons, Los Carpinteros, Alberto Casado, Javier Castro, Sandro Ceballos, Arturo Cuenca, Humberto Díaz, Felipe Dulzaides, Diana Fonseca, Jose Manuel Fors, René Francisco, Carlos Garaicoa, Aimee Garcia, Rocío García, Luis Gomez, Maria Elena Gonzalez, Quisqueya Henriquez, Glenda Léon, Kcho Alexis Leyva Machado, Meira Marrero, Raul Martinez, Maria Martinez-Cañas, Ana Mendieta, Reynier Leyva Novo, Pedro Pablo Oliva, René Peña, Douglas Perez, Eduardo Ponjuan, Wilfredo Prieto, Ernesto Pujol, Diana Fonseca Quiñones, Sandra Ramos, Alberto Rey, René Francisco Rodríguez, Esterio Segura, Ezequiel Suarez, José ángel Toirac, José Angel Vincench
The flagship cultural institution of the Bronx, founded in 1971, The Bronx Museum of the Arts focuses on 20th-century and contemporary art, while serving the culturally diverse populations of the Bronx and the greater New York metropolitan area. The museum's home on the Grand Concourse is a distinctive contemporary landmark designed by the internationally-renowned firm Arquitectonica.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts maintains a permanent collection of 20th and 21st-century works by artists of African, Asian, and Latin American ancestry. Additionally, the Museum collects works by artists for whom the Bronx has been critical to their artistic practice and development. The Museum's educational offerings spring from these central programs with outreach to children and families as well as adult audiences.