Joan Miró: Metamorphosis, 1936, collage of cut, torn, and pasted transfer decals and newsprint, brush and black ink, watercolor, gouache, and fabricated black chalk, over traces of graphite, on cream wove paper; 29 5/; BAMPFA; gift of Richard and Mary L. Gray.
Attributed to Benedetto Luti: Polyphemus, 1675–1700; Red chalk, heightened with lead white chalk (partially discolored), on cream laid paper, laid down on off-white laid paper; 27 3/4 x 22 1/2 in.; BAMPFA; gift of Richard and Mary L. Gray.
Scholar and collector Alan Templeton offers tours of The Enduring Mark with an emphasis on the evolution of drawing styles and the iconography of individual works featured in the exhibition.
Period instrumentalists of the Contra Costa Trio reflect on the exhibition The Enduring Mark: Six Centuries of Drawing from the Gray Collection in a concert recorded at BAMPFA.
Programmed by William Skeen
Join Lawrence Rinder, BAMPFA director emeritus and former chief curator, for a comprehensive overview of the extraordinary works gifted to the museum from the Gray Collection..