While digital art has existed since the 1960s, it has experienced increasingly mainstream interest in recent years. Due in part to our shift toward virtual environments during the Covid-19 pandemic, this rise in interest from artists to collectors has also been fueled by the growing popularity of cryptocurrencies and NFTs.Learn More
This work is one of the artist's last known “genre” paintings—images that depict everyday or ordinary domestic scenes—before he transitioned almost exclusively to religious scenes.Learn More
Faig Ahmed, the internationally celebrated artist from Azerbaijan, is known for transforming the visual language of traditional eastern carpets into contemporary, sculptural works of art.Learn More
The Brooks is Memphis' art museum. Until we move Downtown, we're OPEN in Overton Park. Come explore your museum and its 29 galleries, 2 art classrooms, print study room, research library, and professional auditorium.About the Brooks
Monday + Tuesday
10a – 8p
10a – 4p
10a – 4p
10a – 5p
11a - 5p
Every Wednesday, your museum is FREE and open late!
What does it mean to be an artist in our hyper-digitized world? Join exhibition artists Karl Erickson, Coe Lapossy, and Sarai Payne as they discuss how and why they engage with the digital.Learn More
Join exhibition artists Kenneth Wayne Alexander II and Anthony Sims, and Tam Gryn, Fine Arts Director at the digital asset platform Rally.io, as they discuss their journeys into the world of digital art and NFTs.Learn More
At the Brooks, we believe art is a unifying force. We see how art inspires creativity, dialogue, and communal spirit. That is why we strive to make art accessible to the whole community, in and outside the museum.