Some of today’s global influencers and prominent names from the 20th-century art canon are featured in The World Stage exhibition at the Nevada Museum of Art.  The 90 contemporary artworks by 35 renowned artists comprise a variety of media, from painting to installation to mixed media, with a special focus on prints made in a wide range of techniques. Though unified by the country in which they live, these artists possess widely diverse backgrounds, worldviews, and approaches to artmaking.   

Drawn from the collection of renowned art collector and philanthropist Jordan D. Schnitzer, The World Stage includes works by some of the most major American artists from the past 50 years, including Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Wendy Red Star, Mickalene Thomas, and Kehinde Wiley.  The exhibition runs through Feb. 2021.

The museum has updated its policies due to the coronavirus pandemic. Admission is available online through advance ticketing to minimize contact and limit attendance to allow for social distancing. Entry times are booked 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. (Thursdays 7 p.m.) Guests arriving more than 5 minutes before the scheduled entry time should remain in their vehicle. The museum is asking patrons to follow social distancing guidelines and wear a face mask throughout the visit. Visitors are asked to line up at their assigned entry time. If you have printed your tickets, have them ready to present. If you plan to check-in digitally, have tickets pulled up on your device.