New Exhibition—The artist's entirely unique sculptures combine modernism, pop culture, and sensory pleasure in compact, perfect packages.
Ron Nagle: Handsome Drifter, 2015; ceramic, glaze, catalyzed polyurethane, and epoxy resin; 3 ¾ × 4 × 3 in.; collection of Joachim and Nancy Hellman Bechtle.
The centennial retrospective celebrating the masterful filmmaker continues this weekend, including La dolce vita.
Friday, January 24—Lynch's dreamlike adaption of the legendary science fiction novel about interplanetary palace intrigues and warring clans.
Saturday, January 25—Grace presents an experimental performance considering the structures of value exercised by the modern black body.
Wednesday, January 29
Lecture on Rossellini’s Open City
Thursday, January 30
Lecture on race, resegregation, and public art
Thursday, January 30
Introducing her new book Hello Leonora, Soy Anne Walsh
Monday, February 3
Presenting innovative recent work from the Graduate School of Journalism
Tuesday, February 4
With a free sneak preview of Kitty Green’s The Assistant
Wednesday, February 5
Lecture on Fellini and Lattuada’s Variety Lights
Friday, February 7
Introducing a screening of Lost Highway
Ron Nagle’s small sculptures combine modernism, pop culture, and sensory pleasure in compact, perfect packages.January 15–June 14, 2020
A centennial celebration of one of the greats of international art cinema, a master of memory, dreams, fantasy, and desire.January 16–May 21, 2020
Legendary warriors and fantastical creatures come to life in Japanese artist Taiso Yoshitoshi's daring prints.January 15–May 31, 2020
A journey into David Lynch's big-screen universe—both banal and bizarre, incomparably strange and unsettlingly familiar.January 10–February 29, 2020
Mapping California’s contradictions as a place of beauty and brutality, prosperity and inequality, sanctuary and exclusion.December 11, 2019–April 26, 2020
Vive la Varda! We pay tribute to a founding mother of the French New Wave, who died at age ninety in 2019.December 20, 2019–February 28, 2020
Sampling the best in Romanian cinema since the fall of the Ceauşescu regime.December 6, 2019–February 27, 2020
This career-spanning centenary tribute of Sylvia Fein showcases a wide array of works drawing on both the personal and the fantastical.November 13, 2019–March 1, 2020
The first US exhibition focused on Sakaki Hyakusen, the founding father of the Nanga school of painting in eighteenth-century Japan.October 2, 2019–February 2, 2020
Historical works from South Asia and the Himalayan region celebrating the beauty, wisdom, and power of women.June 26, 2019–May 24, 2020