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Chihuly at the de Young

June 14, 2008September 28, 2008

Chihuly at the de Young is an exploration of the groundbreaking artwork of Dale Chihuly. From the Mille Fiori (a 56-foot garden of glass) to the Saffron Tower (a 30-foot neon sculpture), this exhibition challenges convention with a feast of bold color, dramatic forms and extraordinary composition.

Chihuly at the de Young is Dale Chihuly’s first major exhibition in San Francisco, and includes eleven galleries of new and archival works representing the breadth and scope of the artist’s creative vision over the last four decades. The de Young Museum is the only venue for this exhibition.

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Major Patron: Koret Foundation 

Sponsors: Dorothy and George Saxe, Target, the Winifred Johnson Clive Foundation, and the Ednah Root Foundation.

Additional support is provided by Bombardier Aerospace Flexjet, The Barkley Fund, Imago Galleries, LIULI, the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance, and Hilton San Francisco.

Organized by the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco in cooperation with Dale Chihuly.

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