The Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive’s latest exhibition, “New Time: Art and Feminisms in the 21st Century,” explores evolving notions of feminism and gender.
The exhibition, one of the largest in the museum’s history, will present over 140 works by 76 artists and art collectives.
A diverse group of artists speak in a range of voices, often obliquely, to our current state of imminent eco-catastrophe.
AFTER/LIFE, at the Graduate Theological Union’s Doug Adams Gallery, showcases the work of two gay male artists, Ed Aulerich-Sugai and Mark Mitchell, whose lives were profoundly altered by HIV/AIDS.
We talk art, the role of art museums and what the future holds with the director and chief curator of the UC Berkeley-owned Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive.
It would be hard to imagine an exhibition more relevant to current events, or one more visually and emotionally stirring, than this stunning show of monumental oil paintings.
This is a radiant, revelatory show, tracing the deep, life-long impact of Henri Matisse on a major American artist over 50 years his junior, whom he never met.