Apsara DiQuinzio, curator of modern and contemporary art and Phyllis C. Wattis MATRIX Curator, leads a gallery tour.
Coleman leads an exhibition walk-through tracing motifs in Hofmann’s work from his early studio days to his later, large-scale abstract paintings.
Anticipating About Things Loved: Blackness and Belonging, this program aims for critical engagement around questions of belonging, curatorial possibilities, and the role of institutions.
The curator of Unlimited leads a close look at pictures by Bay Area photographers and places them in the context of Asian and European works also on view.
The artist discusses his new Art Wall commission, his techniques, and his work's connections to Mexican muralism, graffiti, and political protest.
Kathryn Roszak offers a dancer’s insights into Get Dancin’, focusing on images of dancers she especially admires.
Leading authorities on the work of Hans Hofmann convene for a fresh look at the artist’s achievement in light of new scholarship.
Join the curator of the new Hans Hofmann retrospective for an exhibition walk-through highlighting connections between the artist’s iconic late-career paintings and his remarkable and prescient works from the 1930s and ’40s.
Leading UC Berkeley faculty members in mathematics, astrophysics, biophysics, and the history of science join the curator of Dimensionism for a fascinating look at how scientific advances of the early to mid-twentieth century permeated the world of modern art.
Artist John Zurier joins curator Apsara DiQuinzio for a multifaceted look at Harvey Quaytman’s art.
The MATRIX artist talks about Shinto traditions in Japan and how they have manifested in her felt sculptures and installation work.