Fred Wilson: Wanderer, 2003; painted wood and printed paper; 54 1/2 x 15 1/4 x 22 3/4 in.; University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; purchase made possible by the Acquisitions Committee Fund, General Acquisitions Fund, and Norma H. Schlesinger, Andrew and Paul Spiegel Fund. 2004.7.
Ramón de Santiago, a PhD candidate in UC Berkeley's Department of History of Art, leads us through scenes depicted in BAMPFA's magnificent fifteenth-century Flemish tapestry, Ecce Homo.
BAMPFA Curatorial Assistant Claire Frost discusses one of Eva Hesse’s intriguing Test Pieces in this recorded talk.
BAMPFA Media Relations Manager AJ Fox shares his very personal experience encountering the video installation Simulated Marin Tour.
Claire Ittner, a doctoral candidate in UC Berkeley's History of Art Department, explores Romare Bearden's collage Berkeley: A City and Its People.
BAMPFA Associate Director of Administration Rachael Dickson shares her responses to the painting Four Brushtrokes Over Figure by Hyun-Sook Song.
Recent UC Berkeley graduate Jamie Danis offers timely insights into Fred Wilson’s powerful and provocative artwork titled Wanderer (2003).
BAMPFA Collections Engagement Associate and Academic Liaison Lynne Kimura discusses a Chinese painting of the Bodhisattva Manjusri.
BAMPFA Director of Education and Academic Relations Sherry Goodman discusses Ad Reinhardt's all-black painting.