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Unformatted text preview: ESPM 50 – Extra credit: Museums and cultural centers The Bay Area is one of the most exciting and diverse places on earth to experience culture (high, low, very low, popular, etc.) Here are some suggestions to start with: 1) Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/ film series: http://www.bampfa.berkeley.edu/filmseries/ Current Exhibitions French Film Posters from the BAM/PFA Collection November 25, 2009 - September 12, 2010 An exhibition in the museum’s Theater Gallery celebrates the art of the French film poster. Thom Faulders: BAMscape January 29, 2010 - November 30, 2011 How often do you get a chance to sit, lounge, or study on a work of art? BAMscape invites you to interact with art—and with the museum—in unexpected ways. Nature into Action: Hans Hofmann February 3, 2010 - June 30, 2011 Drawn from BAM/PFA’s extensive Hans Hofmann collection, this installation reveals the relationship between nature as source and action as method in the great abstract painter’s work. Brent Green: Perpetual and furious refrain / MATRIX 232 May 2, 2010 - September 12, 2010 Brent Green is a maker of moving things—animated films, kinetic objects, and other eccentric inventions. His MATRIX exhibition coincides with the release of his first feature film, Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then , a fable of love, loss, and compulsive construction. Marisa Olson: Double Bind June 1, 2010 - August 31, 2010 With a pair of provocative YouTube videos, Olson unravels the promise and pitfalls of online participatory culture. Online only: netart.bampfa.berkeley.edu . Himalayan Pilgrimage: Journey to the Land of Snows June 16, 2010 - April 24, 2011 Explore the journey of Buddhism across several centuries and from India into Tibet through exceptionally beautiful objects of sculpture and painting dating from the ninth to the eighteenth centuries. David Wilson: Gatherings / MATRIX 233 July 7, 2010 - August 22, 2010 Gatherings is the first-ever crossover project between the museum’s MATRIX and [email protected] programs. Follow the Oakland-based artist David Wilson’s progress on site-specific installations in Gallery B while becoming immersed in a series of four Friday-night performances programmed in conjunction with his work. Hauntology July 14, 2010 - December 5, 2010 Drawn primarily from the museum’s recent acquisitions of contemporary art, this exhibition explores a wide range of art through the lens of the concept of “hauntology,” a term coined by the French philosopher Jacques Derrida in 1993 to refer to the study of social, psychological, and cultural conditions in the post-Communist period. Upcoming Exhibitions Flowers of the Four Seasons: Ten Centuries of Art from the Clark Center for Japanese Art and Culture August 25, 2010 - December 12, 2010 A dazzling array of Japan’s greatest artistic traditions from ancient to modern will be presented in BAM/PFA’s major fall exhibition, which will feature a selection of more than...
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This note was uploaded on 10/05/2010 for the course ESPM 28984 taught by Professor Spreyer during the Fall '10 term at Berkeley.
- Fall '10