Symposium: Richard Diebenkorn's Berkeley Years: New Perspectives

Richard Diebenkorn, Cityscape #1, 1963. Oil on canvas. San Francisco Museum of Art, purchase with funds from Trustees and friends in memory of Hector Escobosa, Brayton Wilbur, and J. D. Zellerbach, 64.46. © 2013 The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

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10–10:10 am
Introduction
Julian Cox, chief curator and founding curator of photography, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

10:10–10:50 am
Richard Diebenkorn: Known and Unknown
Timothy Anglin Burgard, Ednah Root Curator in Charge of American Art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

10:55–11:35 am
Painters Looking at Paintings: Henri Matisse, Richard Diebenkorn, Wayne Thiebaud, and Robert Bechtle
Janet Bishop, curator of painting and sculpture, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

11:40 am–12:20 pm
Portrait of a Friendship: Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, and Bay Area Figurative Art
Nancy Boas, independent curator

12:20–1:55 pm
Lunch and exhibition viewing (exhibition tickets required)

2–2:40 pm
Interior Landscapes: Figuration and Abstraction in Post–World War II Photography
Susan Ehrens, art historian and independent photography curator

2:45–3:25 pm
Richard Diebenkorn Working: Video from Crown Point Press
Kathan Brown, founding director, Crown Point Press

3:30–4:10 pm
Panel moderated by Emma Acker, assistant curator of American art, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

 

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