Apsara DiQuinzio, curator of modern and contemporary art and Phyllis C. Wattis MATRIX Curator, leads a gallery tour.
“One of India’s most respected photographers” (New York Times) talks about the evolution of her photographic practice, her collaborative projects, and her ongoing engagement with rural India since 1999.
Art historian Julia F. Andrews presents a lecture reflecting on the rise of women as artists and as subjects for art, in the context of the evolving status of women in twentieth-century China.
Artist Nathan Lynch gives a talk focusing on Nagle’s work ethic, attention to detail, and unflinching pursuit of his best sculpture, as well as his humor and sense of style.
Oakland-based artist Steuart Pittman addresses recurring themes of humor, music, craftsmanship, and beauty in Ron Nagle’s work, as well as Nagle’s role as a teacher.
Join noted filmmaker, cinematographer, and photographer Ulrike Ottinger and curator Susan Oxtoby for an insightful tour of Ottinger’s MATRIX exhibition.
Artist Ron Nagle is joined in conversation by his longtime friend the internationally celebrated tattoo artist Don Ed Hardy.
The UC Berkeley student curators of When All That Is Solid Melts into Air offer their cultural and scholarly insights into the work on view.
Scholars Elaine Yau, Horace Ballard, and Lisa Gail Collins shed new light on Tompkins, her cultural context, and her place in modern and contemporary art.
The student curators of Lands of Promise and Peril present gallery talks mapping the exhibition’s themes and revealing their curatorial process and perspectives.
Independent curator and writer Juana Berrío presents perspectives on Ron Nagle’s ceramic sculptures through the lenses of painting and music.
Join exhibition curator Apsara DiQuinzio for an engaging, expert tour of Ron Nagle: Handsome Drifter.