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Ink brushwork began as a mode of writing in ancient China. Learn more about ink painting with an overview of the exhibition Ink Worlds at a free public gallery talk led by Ellen Huang, curatorial fellow for Asian Art, on July 25. Info →
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 12
Catch the next film screening of selections from Britta Erickson’s documentary The Enduring Passion for Ink tomorrow, July 13 from 1 to 4 PM →
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Stanford University Jul 10
More than 130,000 never-before-seen images by Andy Warhol will be on view in a exhibition and book by Professors Peggy Phelan and Richard Meyer.
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 11
Have you seen the exhibition Do Ho Suh: The Spaces in Between? Find time to visit us this month →
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 11
Have you seen the exhibition Do Ho Suh: The Spaces in Between? Find time to visit this month →
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 9
Happy Birthday to Bay Area abstract & figurative artist Elmer Bischoff! Enjoy seeing Bischoff's Untitled (Scene with “X”), currently on view in the 20th-century American art gallery, painted before he transitioned from the prevailing style of Abstract Expressionism to figuration.
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 9
Replying to @adiw1202
Thank you! Glad you joined us :)
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 9
Love our students! Check out this interview with Katherine Van Kirk on her work with one of the Diebenkorn's in our collection, now on view!
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 9
Replying to @ARTiosity @PaceGallery
Thanks for the shout out!!
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 8
Looking for something to do with the family this weekend? Join us for Second Sunday TODAY 11 AM–4 PM for free family programs, art gallery adventures, & more →
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 7
Learn more about contemporary ink painters, such as Liu Dan (whose works are on view in Ink Worlds), during a special film screening of selections from the documentary The Enduring Passion for Ink on July 13 →
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Stanford University Jul 5
Katherine Van Kirk, ’19, found an unseen Diebenkorn still life hiding in plain sight at . tells the story.
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 5
Join us for a special evening program on July 19 with artist Li Huayi, known for ethereal, misty landscapes, in conversation with Michael Knight, consulting curator of the Akiko Yamazaki and Jerry Yang Collection →
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 4
Happy Fourth of July! Enjoy a day full of patriotic celebrations, family fun, and backyard BBQs. Reminder: is OPEN today 11 AM–5 PM with free parking.
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Nili Helman - Caspi Jul 2
A fascinating exhibit of contemporary ink painters and how they are related to the past
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Cantor Arts Center Jul 2
On Friday, July 13 @ 1–3 PM, enjoy a unique screening of films from Britta Erickson’s documentary The Enduring Passion for Ink to learn about contemporary ink painters →
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Cantor Arts Center Jun 29
Enjoy family, fun, and summer sun at Second Sunday on July 8! Tailor your own museum experience chock full of art-making, gallery tours, and other free family programs! Plan your visit →
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Cantor Arts Center Jun 28
Dip into Ink Worlds on June 29: Start with a Gallery Talk led by Ellen Huang, Curatorial Fellow for Asian Art, @ 12:30 PM & then enjoy a screening of films from Britta Erickson’s docu The Enduring Passion for Inks to learn about contemporary ink painters @ 1–4 PM
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Cantor Arts Center Jun 27
Glad you were able to make a visit!
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Palo Alto Weekly Jun 27
"Ink Worlds" now on display at , features 40 works of art by two-dozen Chinese or Chinese-American artists all trained in a classical manner.
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