Katonah Museum of Art

Katonah, NY




Resource Library articles and essays honoring the American experience through its art:

Andromeda Hotel: The Art of Joseph Cornell; essay by Therese Lichtenstein (6/26/06)

What's In A Book: A Book Arts Exhibition; "What's in a Book," essay by Pamela Hart Rago (7/13/04)

Food Matters: Explorations in Contemporary Art (7/8/03)

Horse Tales: American Images and Icons 1800--2000 (11/15/01)

Maine and the Modern Spirit (6/10/00)

Déjà Vu: Reworking the Past (12/31/99)

Nene Humphrey: Common Touch (7/20/99)

WILDflowers (6/21/99)

Re/Righting History: Counternarratives in African-American Art (3/19/99)

Katonah Museum of Art: An Endowment For the Future (2/8/99)

Miss Spider (12/28/98)


About the Museum

The Katonah Museum of Art encourages the enjoyment, appreciation, and study of the visual arts by visitors of all ages.  The Museum presents diverse exhibitions that explore ideas about art, culture, and society.  We believe that art nurtures spiritually and intellectually, offering comfort and challenge, pleasure and provocation.  Encounters with art can reveal insights into ourselves, our surroundings, and other people and cultures.


By Train: From Grand Central Terminal (Harlem Division of Metro North):  The Katonah Museum of Art is located 1/2 mile east of the Katonah railroad station.  Taxi service is available.

By Car: Take Exit 6 off Interstate 684.  Go east on Route 35.  Take the first right onto Route 22 south.  The Museum is located ? mile on the left.

Admission and hours are available through the Museum's website.

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