On Tuesday through Friday, admission to the permanent collection is by donation; contributions are gladly accepted.
On weekends, all visitors pay the special exhibition fee. When there is no special exhibition, weekend admission fees to the permanent collection are those specified at right.
Special exhibitions are a signature element at the Phillips, offering new perspectives on the work of modern and contemporary artists. Admission fees are listed at right.
More information on Admission
Adults - $12 62 and over - $10 Students with valid ID - $10 18 and under - free Permanent Collection (Weekends, Between Special Exhibitions) When there is no special exhibition, the Phillips offers these reduced weekend admissions. Otherwise, all weekend visitors pay the special exhibition fees.
Adults - $10 62 and over - $8 Students with valid ID - $8 18 and under - free
Full Day Entry
Georges Braque and the Cubist Still Life, 1928-1945
June 8, 2013-September 1, 2013
This exhibition is the first in-depth study of still life in Georges Braque’s (1882–1963) career framed within the historical and political context of 1928 to 1945. 44 paintings chart Braque’s work in this genre from intimate interior scenes of the late 1920s, to vibrant, large-scale canvases of the 1930s, to darker and more personal interpretations of daily life in the 1940s. Duncan Phillips played a pioneering role in introducing this important European modernist to American audiences, acquiring 11 works by the artist and presenting Braque’s first U.S. retrospective in 1939.
The Phillips Collection invites visitors to experience an extraordinary collection ranging from masterpieces of French impressionism and American modernism to art of the present day. By displaying superb modern works in an intimate setting, its founder, Duncan Phillips, hoped to encourage visitors to appreciate new, even challenging, forms of artistic expression. Today, the museum's collection includes nearly 3,000 works by American and European artists. Read more...
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