(This is an update of these former blog posts.)
The dramatic new incarnation of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) is now open downtown at 2155 Center Street/Oxford Street. See more information here.
A new exhibit, "Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection," runs through December 11, 2016. It draws from the University of California, Berkeley's extensive art collection and is presented in thematic groupings.
|Berkeley Eye: Perspectives on the Collection exhibit at the Berkeley Art Museum in Berkeley, California|
Among the standouts are Andy Warhol's 1964 "Race Riot," Alexander Calder's 1926 "Circus Scene," and Richard Serra's 1972 "Circuit" litograph. Some of my other favorites are:
"The Finding of Moses," 1924, James Ensor
"Berkeley #4," 1953, Richard Diebenkorn
"Typewriter," 1965, Robert Arneson
More things to do in Berkeley.
Way more thing to do in Berkeley.
More ideas for exploring Northern California.
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