New Exhibition—BAMPFA showcases work by the latest graduates from the MFA program at Cal.
Faith Ringgold: The Sunflower Quilting Bee at Arles, 1996. © 2019 Faith Ringgold, member Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY.
New Exhibition—Organized by UC Berkeley graduate students, About Things Loved imagines the liberatory possibilities of celebrating blackness and belonging.
Frederick Hammersley: Me & thee, 1980; oil on linen; 24 x 24 in.
Thursday, May 23
Unlimited: Recent Gifts from the William Goodman and Victoria Belco Photography Collection
Saturday, June 1
Sunday, June 2
New solo composition
Friday, June 14
Typography Dreaming: Experimental Visible Language
Saturday, June 15
New performance work centered around her forthcoming album
Monday, June 17
Wednesday, June 19
In conversation following a screening of Welcome to the Neighborhood
Organized by UC Berkeley graduate students, this exhibition imagines the liberatory possibilities of celebrating blackness and belonging.May 17–July 21, 2019
Spanning the entirety of the artist’s career, this exhibition presents a fresh and eye-opening examination of a prolific and innovative artistic practice.February 27–July 21, 2019
Explore the extraordinary creativity of the artist in its full breadth, from painting and photography to computer art.April 10–June 23, 2019
Works by masters of the photographic form, with an emphasis on contemporary work from the Bay Area and around the world.March 27–September 1, 2019
The 49th Annual UC Berkeley Master of Fine Arts Graduate ExhibitionMay 17–June 16, 2019
How can art can urge accountability for human rights in ways that the law cannot?April 10–June 30, 2019
This new commission invokes Mexican muralism, graffiti, and political protest, while reinforcing the importance of current social engagement.March 27–October 13, 2019
Contemporary works alongside the historical pieces that influence themOctober 3, 2018–May 26, 2019
Treat the family to an afternoon at the movies.Ongoing