Frank and Jean Hamilton Gallery of Art of the American West – TMA’s largest permanent collection gallery dedicated to the museum’s expansive Western Art Collection.
Contemporary Art Society/Joyce Broan Gallery of Contemporary Art – Dedicated permanent collection gallery housing TMA’s growing Contemporary Art Collection.
Palice Gallery of European Art – a new Gallery focusing on TMA’s small and impressive European Art Collection.
Jon and Linda Ender Gallery – a new Gallery dedicated to the museum’s extensive small works and works on paper from the Permanent Art Collection.
Mary Jo Brown Gallery – formally known as “The Well,” the Mary Jo Brown Gallery will feature Modern Masters on long-term loan from the prestigious Kasser Mochary Foundation.
Burt and Brenda Lazar Gallery Gallery – named in honor of longtime TMA patron, Burt Lazar, the Lazar Gallery is dedicated to the presentation of masks from the Folk Art of the America’s collection.
Sandra and Robert Maxfield Gallery – a new Southwest-focused gallery, featuring an interplay of works from the permanent collection derived from historic, modern and contemporary artists from the Southwestern United States.
Stonewall Foundation Gallery – the Stonewall Gallery will transition into a dedicated gallery for the exhibition of TMA’s extensive Folk Art of the America’s collection.
Bernard and Jeanette Schmidt Gallery – Gallery dedicated to the TMA’s Native American Collection and related works.
Asian Art Gallery – a new gallery dedicated to historic works in TMA’s Asian Art Collection.
Kenneth J. and Judith H. Riskind/
Patricia Carr Morgan and Peter F. Salomon Gallery – Gallery dedicated to the presentation of TMA’s Photography Collection.
Kaye Cauthorn/Berger Hanft Gallery – A dedicated gallery for the exhibition of TMA’s Modern Art Collection.
Palice Pavilion of Latin American Art – Located on the 2nd floor of TMA’s Main Building, the Palice Pavilion showcases an extensive collection of Pre-Columbian and Colonial Art.
Count Ferdinand von Galen Gallery in the John K. Goodman Pavilion – housed within the John K. “Jack” Goodman Pavilion, the von Galen Gallery will focus on Art of the American West from TMA’s Permanent Art Collection.
Founders Gallery in the John K. Goodman Pavilion – a new gallery housed in the John K. “Jack” Goodman Pavilion, dedicated to the presentation of Art of the American West from the museum’s Permanent Art Collection.