Today Upcoming Weekend EWednesday Apr25EE Full Calendar Featured Events TALK | Napoleon: Power and Splendor 3 in 30: These Three Unassuming Objects Current Traverses: Art from the Islamic World across Time and Place Krishna: The Blue-Skinned Lord Like a Study in Black History: P. H. Polk, Chester Higgins, and The Black Photographers Annual, Volume 2 The Horse in Ancient Greek Art STEINLEN: Cats Fabergé and Russian Decorative Arts Upcoming Napoleon: Power and Splendor Truthful Witnessing: The Black Photographers Annual, Volume 3 Howardena Pindell: What Remains To Be Seen Congo Masks: Masterpieces from Central Africa New on View John Biggers Deme Yukan Mitsuyasu Thomas Waterman Wood Thomas Eakins Wine & Dine Friday Art & Wine Music After Dark Dominion Energy Jazz Cafe VMFA Shop Valerie Sanson–Virginia Jewelry Artist Mother’s Day JEWELRY SALE Brenda Fairweather of “d’vine baskets”–Virginia Artist Visit the Shop #VMFA Richmond Family Magazine 2 months ago Tales of both equine and human bravery, companionship, and shenanigans—By Samantha Schwartzkopf TripAdvisor 12 months ago #1 thing to do in Richmond - “Must-see if you're in town” The VMFA is one of the best art museums in the region. There are always new, famous exhibits. VCU News 2 months ago Kinetic Imaging students bring equine art to life at VMFA exhibition—Leila Ugincius TripAdvisor 8 months ago VMFA is a Richmond treasure! I've taken the kids for special events or enjoyed by myself. View the work of Kehinde Wiley, Rothko and Degas under one roof! VMFA Blog 3 months ago Follow VMFA on the trip of a lifetime for Terracotta Army TripAdvisor 2 months ago An oasis of art—The VMFA in Richmond is one of the highlights of the city. A beautiful building housing artworks from a variety of civilizations and centuries. Richmond Magazine 2 months ago Amazing vases and other artistic expressions with horse themes, a craft bar where you might make your own horse piece, and a "symposium" corner where you might contemplate the meaning of it all and perhaps dash off some poetry—By Harry Kollatz Jr.