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Berkeley Art Center celebrates 50 years, but faces an uncertain future


Berkeleyside - May 16, 2017
It is contemporaneous with larger institutions such as the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archives (BAMPFA), the Oakland Museum of California, and the Asian Art Museum. (There is a decade-by-decade summary of Berkeley art history here.).
 

Berkeley Symphony announces new season; Joana Carneiro returns to conduct


The Mercury News - May 12, 2017
Also on the 2017-18 season are three events curated by the Berkeley Symphony for the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive's “Full” Series for new and experimental music. Those events are scheduled for March 31, April 29 and May 29, 2018.
 

Colorful galas share the love, and art


San Francisco Chronicle - May 16, 2017
Freak flags were flying in downtown Berkeley as a parade of modern-day, art-loving hippies promenaded from the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive to the UC Theater. This colorful soiree, Share the Love Gala, raised $750K for museum ...
 

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Knowledge of Higher Worlds: Rudolf Steiner's Blackboard Drawings


by: Rudolf Steiner, Walter Kugler, Berkeley Art Museum
A catalog of the first American exhibition of Rudolf Steiner's blackboard drawings at the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum. The drawings were created by the scholar and mystic during his lectures from 1919 to 1924, and were preserved in the form of color chalk on black paper. Each color illustration is accompanied by a quote from the l
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Byron Kim: Threshold 1990-2004


by: Anoka Faruqee, Eugenie Tsai, Kevin Consey
For the past decade, Byron Kim has maintained a steadfast commitment to exploring the potential for content in abstract painting. Kim's work reflects his attraction to the postwar tradition of monochromatic painting, exemplified by Ad Reinhardt's black paintings and Brice Marden's fields of color. While Kim incorporates the visual language of color and abstraction, he also addresses cultural and personal issues, positioning himself closely with many of his contemporaries, including Glenn Ligon and Felix Gonzalez-Torres.
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Beauty Revealed: Images of Women in Qing Dynasty Chinese Painting


by: James Cahill, Chen Fongfong, Nancy Berliner, Sarah Handler, Julia White
Beauty Revealed: Images of Women in Qing Dynasty Chinese Painting brings together some of the world’s finest examples of meiren hua (paintings of beautiful women), a largely neglected and misunderstood genre of Chinese painting spanning the country’s last imperial dynasty (1644–1912). Often dismissed as decorative or misinterpreted as highbrow portraits of ladies, these enigmatic and relatively unexamined works are the subject of close scholarly scrutiny in this publication. The corresponding exhibition includes works from the collection of the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive as well as loans from the British Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as a number of other American museums and private collections in England, Sweden and France.
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Everything Matters: Paul Kos, A Retrospective


by: Constance Lewallen, Berkeley Art Museum, Pacific Film Archive
Born in 1942, Paul Kos has been a highly influential artist in the Bay Area for well over three decades. In the late 1960s and early 1970s he was one of the major figures on the early Conceptual art scene, notable especially for his early experimental video works and seemingly simple but technically innovative sculptural installations, which generally featured evocative audio or video components. He was one of the first to incorporate video into interactive installations. The artist's best-known work is arguably the sublime “Chartres Bleu,” a 1986 video installation that re-creates in full scale a stained-glass window from the Chartres cathedral in France.
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60's Rock Posters at the Hippie Modernism Exhibition (Berkeley Art Museum, 2017)


A collection of psychedelic posters of various Bay Area rock music concerts. These are mostly from the late 60s and is a part of the ongoing exhibition at the ...
 

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