Through August 13, 2017
Combining modernity, scenic tranquility, and Japanese romantic fantasy, Modern Japan: Prints from the Taisho Era (1912–1926) and Beyond showcases several important and well-known Japanese artists and their works from the Museum’s collection of East Asian Art, many for the first time.
Through September 4, 2017
A self proclaimed "fabricator"—a maker of things and of meaning, neither carved nor cast—Deacon sidesteps the issue of technique by never focusing on any one material, challenging the viewers' expectations with unusual combinations.
Through January 21, 2018
Experience the beauty and power of French Impressionism with a special viewing of Claude Monet's 1904 painting Waterlilies or The Water Lily Pond (Nymphéas).
October 21, 2017 through March 11, 2018
The San Diego Museum of Art celebrates the multifaceted history of Latin American modernism with an exhibition drawn from one of the world’s foremost private collections. Modern Masters from Latin America: The Pérez Simón Collection charts a trajectory from the late 1800s to the first decade of this century, showcasing the…
September 2, 2017 through February 4, 2018
The Art of Papua New Guinea from the Valerie Franklin Collection highlights the proliﬁc artistic traditions of Papua New Guinea. Located off the North coast of Australia, the island nation is considered one of the most culturally diverse in the world. This diversity is reﬂected in the variety of styles,…
August 26, 2017 through February 18, 2018
While Monet’s sensational water lilies and landscapes are featured in Reflections on Monet, this display highlights a few of the leading artists who have painted outdoors here in Balboa Park. The availability of oil paint in tubes from 1841 replaced the necessity of pig bladders and glass to transport paint,…