Through Diebenkorn's "Window": Transitions in Time

When
Tue Sep 25 (full schedule below)
Where
Cantor Arts Center
Time
Wednesday - Monday: 11-5, Thurs: 11-8, CLOSED TUESDAYS
Tags
Museums, Fine Arts Museums

Description

Several hidden compositions lie below the surface of Window by painter and Stanford graduate Richard Diebenkorn, BA '49. These compositions were unknown to the art community except as barely visible reworkings until brought to light by Stanford student Katherine Van Kirk, '19, during her Chen-Yang fellowship in the Cantor's Art+Science Lab. This installation shows the multiple layers uncovered through infrared reflectography as evidence--in a single painting--of the transition Diebenkorn was making in his art from the mid-1950s to the '60s. Viewers will have a chance to discover the hidden works themselves using interactive digital media and in early drawings in the artist's sketchbooks and other works in the Cantor's collection.

This exhibition is organized by the Cantor Arts Center. We gratefully acknowledge support from the Bank of America Art Conservation Project.

More Info

Link
https://museum.stanford.edu/exhibitions/through-diebenkorns-...
Call
650-723-4177
Email
Contact Form (account required)

Schedule

Cantor Arts Center
328 Lomita Dr
Palo Alto, CA
Tue Sep 25 (Wednesday - Monday: 11-5, Thurs: 11-8, CLOSED TUESDAYS)
Wed Sep 26 (Wednesday - Monday: 11-5, Thurs: 11-8, CLOSED TUESDAYS)
Thu Sep 27 (Wednesday - Monday: 11-5, Thurs: 11-8, CLOSED TUESDAYS)
Fri Sep 28 (Wednesday - Monday: 11-5, Thurs: 11-8, CLOSED TUESDAYS)
Sat Sep 29 (Wednesday - Monday: 11-5, Thurs: 11-8, CLOSED TUESDAYS)

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Location

  1. Cantor Arts Center
    328 Lomita Dr, Palo Alto, CA