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Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University- bringing art into the conversation!
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 23
Juan Gris was born on this day in 1887. The Spanish-born artist is represented in our collection with his Still Life from 1922.
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 21
Date nights are best on Thursdays. The Cantor is open late until 8 PM, including the Cool Cafe. Come hang out with us and Kahlil Joseph’s work, BLKNWS.
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 21
Breakdown (2018) by Jeffrey Gibson (U.S.A., b. 1972), has officially joined the Cantor collection and will be on view starting March 27. Gibson, who is of Mississippi Choctaw and Cherokee…
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 21
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Stanford University Mar 21
Josiah McElheny's "Island Universe," on view at , draws inspiration from the inflationary multiverse and the chandeliers at the Met.
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 20
Materially echoing key moments in American civil rights history, Stephanie Syjuco, one of our , collapses distance between our immediate present & these historical events w/ I Am An . . . a visual reference to Dorothea Lange's 1942 photograph
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Stanford Arts Mar 18
Josiah McElheny's "Island Universe," on view at , draws inspiration from the inflationary multiverse proposed by Stanford physicist Andrei Linde and chandeliers at the Met.
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 19
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Perfect day for the run here!
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Yvonne Tang Mar 17
Saw the fun Island Universe exhibit at the Cantor Arts Center at with Science x Art FTW! 😄😄 Free admission; closed Tues
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 19
Josef Albers was born on this day in 1888. has an array of the artists work from lithographs and etchings, to line cuts and sculptures on the campus: pictured Stanford Wall, 1980.
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Nancy McClure Mar 2
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Fave shot from the Island Universe exhibit at Stanford’s Cantor Arts Center
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Altman Siegel Mar 6
Shannon Ebner: A Graphic Tone is on view at The Cantor Arts Center through June 16, 2019. Be sure to catch this incredible installation which of KQED calls, "A devotion to cultural forms that have...
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hyperallergic Mar 15
The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University has received a gift of over 1,000 photographs, and LACMA purchases a Zeng Fanzhi painting, plus more in this week’s Transactions
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 17
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 17
The free public Papua New Guinea Sculpture Walk is offered on the third Sunday of each month, rain or shine. Join us today at 2 PM or tag along on our Instagram stories to learn more about this unique garden. Info →
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Stanford H&S Mar 14
The collection of more than 1,000 photos by seven major American photographers tells “the story of 20th-century American photography in a way that we hadn’t been able to,” said Susan Dackerman, director of .
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 16
Ruth Asawa, affectionately known as the “fountain lady” and one of our , crocheted wire to create abstract forms. See Asawa’s work on view in the ongoing exhibition The Medium Is the Message: .
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 14
Extend your stay a little later tonight: we’re open until 8 PM every Thursday (including our recently revamped Cafe)!
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Cantor Arts Center Mar 14
Our Josiah McElheny: Island Universe exhibition is featured in ' issue! Mark These Dates: A Wave of Art Is Coming Your Way
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Palo Alto Weekly Mar 12
. at is hosting a series of talks around “Island Universe,” a physics-inspired sculpture representing theories of the multiverse, starting this Wednesday.
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