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Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University- bringing art into the conversation!
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Where is your favorite corner in the museum to find pockets of light and shadow at play? 📸 Instagram: @vanishedmoment
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 17
How does one hand-craft a frame to best highlight an artwork? Museum framer Albert Lewis created gilded frames using squirrel hairs, agate stones and recipes found in a 15th-century manual. Read this behind-the-scenes story →
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 15
Wednesday 1/16 is ! Take a selfie with your favorite work of art currently on display. ⚠️Please leave selfie sticks at home and don’t get too close to the art.
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 14
Have you spotted these two works by Egyptian artist Fathi Hassan recently put on view in the Early European gallery? See Glance Towards the Unknown (1985) and The Offering (2007) this month.
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 14
Replying to @alli_rico
Sorry we missed you! Yes, the cafe is open until 8pm on Thursday nights, and closes at 5pm other days the museum is open (every day except Tuesdays.)
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 12
Stephanie Syjuco's monumental banner is a meditation on the connection between identity, protest, and political legibility. How would you fill in the blank? I am an. . .
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 10
Art meets the art of stacking. get playful with hands-on activities after visiting Do Ho Suh: The Spaces in Between—now extended through May 27! 📸Sarah Vincenzo
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 8
Join us & .collection.stanford for our Second Sunday family day on January 13 from 11 AM to 4 PM →
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 8
Pardon our dust! Starting today, the Freidenrich Family Gallery will be closed to prepare for the installation of Josiah McElheny’s . Come see The Medium is the Message: Art since 1950 highlighting contemporary works, starting February 23 →
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 6
Today is the last free public tours of starting at 2:30 PM→
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 5
See it before it closes tomorrow! Join the free Public Tour today, 2:30–3:30 PM→
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 4
New year, new work by José Bedia on view in the Thomas K. Seligman Gallery!
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 4
Friday, Friyay! Start the weekend early at the last Friday public tour of , 2:30–3:30 PM. Free, as always →
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Karen Artola Jan 2
“A person is a person, no matter how small”
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 2
See the Warhol works that were never meant to be exhibited as art in the US during Warhol’s lifetime. closes this Sunday, January 6 😯Last free public tours are this weekend: Fri, Sat, Sun @ 2:30–3:30 PM.
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Cantor Arts Center Jan 1
Happy New Year! Thinking of New Year’s resolutions? Rodin might be able to help in the optimistic aspiration of goal-setting. 🙌 📸Alexandra Edmonds
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Cantor Arts Center Dec 31
"What I dream of is an art of balance." Happy birthday Henri Matisse
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Cantor Arts Center Dec 31
Thanks , our book : Photography Without End co-published with named one of "The Best Books We Read in 2018: Coffee Table" Last week to see the exhibition at , through Jan 6, 2019!
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Cantor Arts Center Dec 31
Getting ready for New Year’s Eve tonight? If Andy Warhol were hosting your countdown party, which celebrity guests do you think would show up? Here’s another countdown to plan for: closes in 7 days. 📸: Ken Woodard
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Cantor Arts Center Dec 30
After brunch, head to one of the last free public tours of
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