American Institute Taiwan READ MORE The permanent collection of Art in Embassies for The American Institute in Taiwan featuring interviews with artists and an overview of the collection. Bennington College - Art In Embassies Oslo READ MORE Art in Embassies entered a four-year partnership with Bennington College to create an outdoor commission for the new U.S Embassy in Oslo, Norway, starting in 2014. Installed and dedicated in the fall of 2018, the project highlights our ties to this changing ecosystem and seeks to encourage dialogue through our common bonds, concerns, and successes. Alma Allen Nuevo Laredo installation READ MORE Follow the journey of this Art in Embassies project from the artist’s studio in Mojave desert, to a foundry deep in Mexico City, to its final home at the US Consulate in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. Portal was conceived in the United States and constructed and installed in Mexico, following the artist’s own move... We The People by Mark Bradford video READ MORE We the People is a site-specific painting by Los Angeles artist Mark Bradford created for the new U.S. Embassy in London.

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ABOVE: Workers prepare Arthur Miller’s artwork for shipment to a U.S. Embassy in Africa. RIGHT: Miller shows one of his works selected for display in the official residence of Sandra E. Clark, the U.S. ambassador to Burkina Fasou in West Africa.

From the Wyoming Valley to Africa with Pride

Arthur Miller photographer is described as “a semi-impressionistic view of Frances Slocum State Park, Luzerne County, PA, titled ‘Ducks In A Row” was selected for the Art in Embassies exhibition in Ouagadougou.

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Our collection of stories and news featuring Art in Embassies collections and exhibitions, artists and exchanges.

3 Questions Digital Series

3 Questions is a video interview series celebrating Art in Embassies lending artists. These artists represent a variety of backgrounds, mediums, and subject matter, and, through AIE, they have exhibited around the world. 

Our ever-expanding collection of conversations encompasses their journeys, creative processes, and what it means to them to be artists. 

“…The Art in the Embassies program is based upon the belief that it is important for Embassies of the United States to reflect current and traditional culture of this country in an effective manner.”

Congressional Record 1965

Artists from around the world who have exhibited with Art in Embassies
Over 50 years of international exhibitions
Artists engaging in cultural dialogue beyond the walls of the mission
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