Henry Art Gallery

For those who are looking for a unique and memorable way to spend a day in Seattle, the Henry Art Gallery in downtown Seattle may be the perfect place to visit. This modern art gallery features two floors of permanent collections and temporary exhibitions every two months. In addition to the changing exhibitions, the Henry Art Gallery is also home to a 28,000-piece permanent collection that features works by artists such as Albrecht Durer and Diane Arbus.

Visitors can enjoy free admission on the opening day of the exhibition. However, if you are planning on attending a lecture, you may need to register for events like “Derrick Adams in Conversation” with Barbara Earl Thomas. Additionally, visitors must provide a valid COVID-19 vaccination certificate and wear social distancing clothing. If you are visiting for the first time, make sure to arrive at least 30 minutes early to avoid the rush hour.

If you’d prefer to view the works of contemporary artists, the Henry Art Gallery is definitely the right place for you. It is located on the campus of the University of Washington, and it is easily accessible via a wheelchair or a public transit. The gallery is wheelchair-accessible, and photography is allowed without flash, although video cameras and tripods require prior permission. Group visits require a two-week appointment. There are also several educational events held throughout the year, so you won’t be bored.

Founded in 1927, the Henry Art Gallery is the only museum in the city dedicated exclusively to contemporary art. Located along 15th Avenue N.E., it is 15 minutes north of Seattle. Founded by Horace C. Henry, the gallery’s building was funded by a Seattle builder and his wife, Susan, donated 152 paintings to the museum. The gallery underwent a major refurbishment in 1997, and has more than quadrupled its size from a 10,000-square-foot building to an impressive 40,000-square-foot space.

The Henry Art Gallery Seattle WA is a contemporary art gallery located on the UW campus. Its large gallery spaces are well-lit and feature geometric and cuboidal skylights near the main entrance. The exhibitions here are among the most avant-garde in the Seattle area. Moreover, the gallery is home to a permanent installation by James Turrell, “Skyspace.” Check this out.

The museum’s collection features works by Rodrigo Valenzuela, a Chilean artist who completed his MFA at the University of Washington, Seattle, in 2012. He subsequently worked in the construction industry while making art in the United States. Valenzuela’s work is represented in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and is on permanent loan at Henry Art Gallery Seattle WA. While he is an emerging artist, his work has been featured in several group exhibitions and has received recognition from prominent institutions, including the Whitney Museum of Modern Art and the Museum of Contemporary Art in New York. Up next is Fremont Troll Sculpture.