We collect iconic examples of modern and contemporary art that represent pivotal shifts in the perception and understanding of the art of our time.

The collection is on view at Glenstone and internationally through our active loan program. All Glenstone exhibitions are drawn exclusively from the collection.

    • Untitled (Underpainting)
      Kerry James Marshall
      Untitled (Underpainting), 2018
      On View Marshall 2018
    • Spectrum IX
      Ellsworth Kelly
      Spectrum IX, 2014
      On View Kelly 2014
    • The Eleventh Hour Final
      Edward Kienholz
      The Eleventh Hour Final, 1968
      On Loan
      Artists Respond: American Art and the Vietnam War, 1965-1975
      Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC
      Kienholz 1968
    • Untitled
      Ellsworth Kelly
      Untitled, 1996
      On View Kelly 1996
    • Living Room Corner, Arranged by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, New York City
      Louise Lawler
      Living Room Corner, Arranged by Mr. & Mrs. Burton Tremaine, New York City, 1984
      Lawler 1984
    • When Frustration Threatens Desire
      Kerry James Marshall
      When Frustration Threatens Desire, 1990
      On View Marshall 1990
    • Black Light Series #12: Party Time
      Faith Ringgold
      Black Light Series #12: Party Time, 1969
      On View Ringgold 1969
    • Untitled
      Cy Twombly
      Untitled, 2003
      Twombly 2003
    • Tower of Terror
      Cady Noland
      Tower of Terror, 1993-1994
      On Loan
      Cady Noland
      Museum für Moderne Kunst, Frankfurt, Germany
      Noland 1993
    • Black Painting
      Kerry James Marshall
      Black Painting, 2003-2006
      On View Marshall 2003
    • Untitled Closet
      Robert Gober
      Untitled Closet, 1989
      On Loan
      Art After Stonewall: Sexual Identity and Politics in American Art, 1969-1989
      Grey Art Gallery and Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, New York
      Gober 1989
    • The Forty Part Motet (A reworking of “Spem in Alium,” by Thomas Tallis 1556)
      Janet Cardiff
      The Forty Part Motet (A reworking of “Spem in Alium,” by Thomas Tallis 1556), 2001
      Cardiff 2001