Current Exhibitions

Vanity & Vice: American Art Deco exhibition

Vanity & Vice: American Art Deco explores the dynamic designs that came out of the rebellious years of 1920–1933. This exhibition invites you into two distinct spaces occupied by a progressive Prohibition-era woman: her boudoir and a speakeasy. Explore the Art Deco objects that filled these rooms and how they speak to a time of freedom and change.

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Promenade Art Nouveau Vignette

In addition to temporary exhibitions, Kirkland Museum has three principal collections, all shown together in salon style, allowing visitors to time travel through 150 years of art. The evolving collections include about 4,400 works on view.

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