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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA
    Descriptive info: .. Directions.. |.. Check Cart.. drupal magento android apps orange county.. visit.. about us.. site rental.. Hours and Admission.. Contact.. Public Tours.. exhibitions.. current.. upcoming.. past.. visitors gallery.. collection.. scope.. highlights.. on view.. new work.. On-line.. events.. After Hours.. For families.. Lectures Talks.. For Teens.. Special Events.. Event Calendar.. Past Events.. get involved.. join.. Donate.. Volunteer and Jobs.. Corporate Partners.. Visionaries.. shop.. categories.. info.. calendar.. event calendar.. Members Only.. press room.. Current Exhibitions.. Past Exhibitions.. Orange County Museum of Art.. learn.. Schools teachers.. tours.. Internships.. resources.. modern art museum orange county california.. subscribe.. to our e-newsletter.. Become A Member.. los angeles long beach contemporary art.. Facebook.. Twitter.. Myspace.. Click.. here.. to DONATE NOW.. Buy Museum Tickets Online!.. for more information.. Questions?.. Contact the.. Admissions Desk.. at (949) 759-1122.. ext.. 243 or.. email.. Exhibitions.. Current Exhibition: 2013 California-Pacific Triennial.. Jun 30 through Nov 17.. 2013 California-Pacific Triennial is an important survey of contemporary art in California and countries around the Pacific Rim.. Click to Enter.. Upcoming Exhibition: Landscape Into Abstraction.. Dec 15 through Mar 2.. This  ...   and moderated by Karen Moss, curator and educator.. Studio Sundays.. August 25, 2013.. Investigate the artwork by Triennial artist Pedro Friedeberg and then imagine your own mixed-media dreamscape.. Host your next event at the museum.. Make your next party, wedding, cocktail reception, bar mitzvah, or corporate event a truly memorable celebration at the Orange County Museum of Art.. Museum News.. Volunteer at OCMA.. Gain valuable hands on experience in education, the arts, and the non-profit sector.. Become an OCMA Docent.. As part of the docent council, you'll get the opportunity to learn from nationally recognized curators and educators; and visit artists' studios, museums, and private collections.. 50th Anniversary Limited Edition Aaron Curry Sculpture.. Aaron Curry has created a new limited edition sculpture for sale to exclusively benefit the Orange County Museum of Art.. VIEW OCMA collection ONLINE only.. Currently, the Collection is in storage and not on view.. Click below to review on-line highlights of the collection with recordings, videos, and archival documents.. Copyright 2004 Orange County Museum of Art.. About The Site.. Privacy Policy..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA — Directions
    Descriptive info: Directions to OCMA from your location.. directions.. Museum Hours & Information.. Directions & Maps.. 850 San Clemente Drive.. Newport Beach, California 92660.. Phone | 949-759-1122.. Admissions Desk: ext.. 243.. Fax | 949-759-5623.. info@ocma.. net.. PLEASE NOTE:.. Do not refer to Mapquest, Yahoo, or Google maps at this time, as their information is not up-to-date.. For current map,.. click here.. or scroll down for directions.. Museum Hours.. Mon-Tues.. CLOSED.. Wed- Sun.. 11 a.. m.. - 5 p.. Thurs.. - 8 p.. HOLIDAY HOURS:.. Christmas Eve 11 a.. - 3 p.. Closed Christmas Day.. New Year's Eve 11 a.. Closed New Year's Day.. The Museum is closed the following holidays:.. Fourth of July.. Thanksgiving Day.. Christmas Day.. New Year's Day.. Admission.. Adults.. $12.. Students (w/ valid ID) & Seniors (65+).. $10.. Children under 12.. Free.. Members.. Second Sunday of the Month.. Target Free Second Sundays.. OCMA visitors can enjoy free admission to the Museum and access to family-friendly activities and programs on the second Sunday of every month, courtesy of the Target Corporation.. For more information, click.. here.. Target Free Second Sundays are generously sponsored by Target®.. Group discounts are not available during special exhibitions..  ...   and go West (towards the Ocean).. Continue on Jamboree Road and turn left onto Santa Barbara Drive, then turn left on San Clemente Drive.. Take an immediate left into the parking lot.. From the 405 South, connect to the 73 South and exit Jamboree Road.. Turn right on Jamboree Road.. Bus:.. The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) serves the Newport Beach area.. The OCTA Newport Transportation Center is conveniently located just east of the Museum, near Fashion Island in Newport Beach; here OCTA Routes 1, 55, 57, 75, 76 and 79 converge for a transfer point.. From the Newport Transporation Center:.. Head northwest on San Nicolas Drive toward Newport Center Drive (0.. 2 mi), take the 1st right onto Newport Center Drive (0.. 4 mi), take the 3rd right onto Santa Cruz Drive (0.. 1 mi), then take the 1st left onto San Clemente Drive.. The Museum will be on the right.. Subway:.. Metrolink - Irvine Station (12 miles NE).. www.. metrolinktrains.. com.. Train:.. Amtrak - Santa Ana Station (12 miles E).. Irvine Station (12 miles N).. amtrakcalifornia.. Taxi:.. Coast Yellow Cab 1-800-400-8294.. We encourage and recommend using.. public transportation.. BACK TO TOP..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA
    Descriptive info: Southern California's premier modern and contemporary art museum.. Your Shopping Cart.. Qty.. Product.. Price Each.. Remove?.. Keep Shopping.. Total: $0.. 00.. Secure Checkout.. Join OCMA now and enjoy all the benefits of membership,.. including discounts in the museum store.. More Information..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA — About
    Descriptive info: OCMA enriches lives through modern and contemporary art.. Mission & Vision.. history.. Board of Trustees 2011-12.. Museum Annual Reports.. Museum Five-Year Annual Report.. Museum Information.. Contact Information.. FAQ.. Staff List.. Mission:.. The Orange County Museum of Art enriches the lives of a diverse and changing community through modern and contemporary art.. Vision:.. Build a destination museum that is locally relevant and internationally significant.. The Orange County Museum of Art is the premier visual arts organization in Orange County, California, serving a population of nearly three million residents in one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country.. Critically acclaimed exhibitions such as.. Picasso to Pollock: Modern Masterpieces from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.. ,.. Mary Heilmann: To Be Someone.. , and.. Birth of the Cool: Art Design, and Culture at Midcentury.. , draw more than 40,000 visitors annually.. Some 15,000 children and adults participate in award winning education programs.. The museum's collection comprises nearly 2,500 objects, with a concentration on the art of California from the early 20th century to present.. Originally incorporated in 1918 as the Laguna Beach Art Association, the museum grew, expanded its facilities in Laguna Beach, Newport Beach and Costa Mesa into nationally recognized programs, and in 1996 took the name Orange County Museum of Art.. The museum is especially noted for organizing important exhibitions of contemporary art, including the first surveys of Vija Celmins (1980), Chris Burden (1988), and Tony Cragg (1990), as well as major exhibitions of work by Lari Pittman (1983), Gunther Forg (1989), Charles Ray (1990), Guillermo Kuitca (1992), Bill Viola (1997), Inigo Manglano-Ovalle (2003), Catherine Opie (2006), and Mary Heilmann (2007).. Thematic exhibitions of contemporary art have ranged from.. Objectives: The New Sculpture.. (1990) which presented the work of Grenville Davey, Katharina Fritsch, Robert Gober, Jeff Koons, Annette Lemieux, Juan Munoz, Julian Opie, and Haim Steinbach to.. Girls' Night Out.. (2003), which presented work by Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Elina Brotherus, Dorit Cypis, Rineke Dijkstra, Katy Grannan, Sarah Jones, Kelly Nipper, Daniela Rossell, Shirana Shahbazi, and Salla Tykka.. In 1984 the Museum launched the California Biennial, which has grown to become the premier exhibition for emerging artists in the state.. The museum has co-organized exhibitions with the Renaissance Society, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, and the Grey Art Gallery, and its exhibitions have traveled to more than 20 museums here and abroad over the last decade.. In addition to its significant contributions to the field of contemporary art, the museum has also organized and hosted important exhibitions of modern art and design such as.. Edvard Munch: Expressionist Paintings, 1900-1940.. (1983),.. The Interpretive Link: Abstract Surrealism into Abstract Expressionism: Works on Paper, 1938-1948.. (1986),.. The Figurative Fifties: New York Figurative Expressionism.. (1988),.. Edward Hopper: Selections from the Whitney Museum of American Art.. (1991),.. American Modern, 1925-1940: Design for a New Age.. (2001),.. Light Screens: The Leaded Glass of Frank Lloyd Wright.. (2003), and.. (2004),.. (2007), and.. (2007).. President.. Craig W.. Wells.. Vice President.. Ellen R.. Marshall.. Secretary & Chair, Building.. Annette Wiley.. Treasurer.. J.. Steven Roush.. Chair, Education.. Darrel D.. Anderson.. Chair, Campaign.. David Emmes, II.. Member at Large.. Scott N.. Flanders.. Allan Hunter.. James Muzzy.. Chair, Collections.. Dr.. James B.. Pick.. Museum Trustees.. Susan Burnett.. Bryan Lewis.. Lilly Merage.. Michael D.. Ray.. Robert S.. Roth.. Baraa Sarakby.. Anton Segerstrom.. Justice Sheila Prell  ...   Curatorial Department, Attn: Artist Submissions, at the main museum address (850 San Clemente Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660) or e-mail us at.. net.. , include "Attn: Curatorial Department" in email subject line.. Please allow six to nine months for the review process and include an SASE if you would like your materials returned.. Because of the large number of proposals we receive, we ask that you refrain from calling the museum staff to inquire about the status of your materials; we will respond to you as soon as your review is complete.. 2.. Are research materials and images of permanent collection artwork.. available to the public?.. Requests for information that is not found in the collection section of our Web site may be.. e-mailed to the.. Exhibitions and Collections Manager.. Please inform us of the purpose of your request (personal interest, educational requirement, publication, etc.. ) and the date by which you need the information.. Permission for use of images in the collection is granted for educational purposes only, and copyrights vary by artwork.. Direct your request to the.. Registrar's Office.. Make sure to include the purpose of your request and your deadline.. 3.. Does the museum accept donations.. of art or purchase art for its collection?.. The museum's collection focuses on art of the 20th and 21st centuries, with a particular focus on the art of California.. The museum's Collection Committee meets quarterly to review potential acquisitions.. If you are interested in presenting an artwork for consideration, send a letter to the Curatorial Associate's Desk, at the main museum address (850 San Clemente Drive, Newport Beach, CA 92660), state the specifications of the work (artist name, title of work, date, medium, and dimensions), and include an image for preview.. Designate whether the artwork is a possible donation or museum purchase and be sure to provide your current contact information.. 4.. Does the museum.. provide appraisal values?.. No, the museum does not give appraisal values or endorse a specific appraisal service.. We suggest that you consult with a local certified appraiser or auction house.. There are also Web sites that can supply you with recent artwork auction results.. Tracy Arcuri.. Director of Annual Giving.. (949) 759-1122 x 210.. Contact by email.. Desiree Bautista.. Donor Relations Associate.. (949) 759-1122 x 246.. Kelly Bishop.. Family and Public Programs Manager.. Genny Boccardo-Dubey.. Associate Director of Member Programs.. (949) 759-1122 x 241.. Ed Bopp.. Assistant Registrar.. Dan Cameron.. Chief Curator.. (949) 759-1122 x 216.. Sarin Cemcem.. Visitor Services Associate.. Adrian De La Pena.. Maintenance & Facilities.. Stephanie Emerson.. Publications Manager.. (949) 759-1122 x 211.. Paulette Gibson.. Director of Finance.. Albert Lopez, Jr.. Operations Director.. Fatima Manalili.. Curatorial Associate.. Stacey Manning.. Events Manager.. (949) 759-1122 x 203.. Dorothy McClelland.. Tour & Studio Programs Assistant.. Hayley Miller.. Director of Visitor Services.. (949) 759-1122 x 242.. Jennifer Minasian.. Webmaster.. (949) 759-1122 x 213.. Glenn Peters.. Deputy Director.. Johnny Sampson.. Anna-Marie Sanchez.. (949) 759-1122 x 219.. Jeanette Saunders.. Registrar.. (949) 759-1122 x 212.. Kirsten Schmidt.. Director of Marketing & Communications.. (949) 759-1122 x 207.. Kelly Smith.. Senior Accountant.. Jenni Stenson.. School and Tour Programs Manager.. Dennis Szakacs.. Director.. Interns / Volunteers.. Alice Emmons.. Karie Jenkins.. Asia Morris.. Miranda Wilson.. Michelle Aguilar.. Sahar Alsawaf.. Angelina Attanasio.. Sarahmimi Choe.. Sylvia Lopez.. Ariana Rizo.. Alex Rodriguez.. Johnnie Theofanos.. Mark Upson.. Kelsey Ward.. Christina Zeek..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA
    Descriptive info: Make your next holiday party, wedding, cocktail reception, bar mitzvah, or corporate event a truly memorable celebration at the Orange County Museum of Art.. The museum s distinctive rental spaces will help you create a unique experience for your guests.. Invite them to gather in the Lobby for cocktails and tray-passed hors d oeuvres before festivities begin in the contemporary elegance of the Pavilion and Orange Court.. Guests  ...   and contemporary art.. Hosting a film screening, lecture, or symposia? Consider the museum s Lyon Auditorium, which includes a stage and theater seating for 108 guests.. The opportunity to rent spaces in the museum for a private event is an exclusive benefit of membership at the Advocate ($1,500) level or above.. to join today!.. Download the facility rental guidelines here.. For more information, contact the Events Department.. events@ocma..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA
    Descriptive info: Directions and info on hours and admissions.. Map & Directions.. Business Office Hours.. Newport Beach Restaurants - Visit Newport Beach.. The Museum will close at 3 pm the following days:.. Christmas Eve.. New Year's Eve.. Free Second Sundays.. OCMA visitors can enjoy free admission to the Museum and access to family-friendly activities and programs on the second Sunday of every  ...   current admissions promotions.. No photography is permitted inside the Museum unless otherwise noted.. No pets allowed except for registered assistance dogs.. Museum Education Center is open:.. Monday Friday.. 9 am 5 pm.. For more information, please contact (949) 759-1122 or info@ocma.. Once you are at the museum, there are many local places to eat and to visit.. Newport Beach Restaurants..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA
    Descriptive info: PUBLIC TOURS.. Public tours are offered of the current exhibitions on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday at 1 pm.. Evening tours are offered every third Thursday at 7 pm.. Public tours are free with admission.. Book your tour online here.. or call (949) 759-1122 ext.. 204..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA - Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series
    Descriptive info: Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series.. los angeles magento drupal ios apps.. 2013 California-Pacific Triennial.. jun 30, 13 - nov 17, 13.. jun 30, 2013 - nov 17, 2013.. Formerly known as the California Biennial, OCMA has re-envisioned this important survey of contemporary California art and will re-launch it as the California-Pacific Triennial in 2013 with participating artists representing a cross-section of countries from throughout the Pacific rim.. California s geographical position on the Pacific Ocean has enriched its cultural prominence.. The demographics of the state are strongly linked to the diverse countries throughout the Pacific rim, which are increasingly producing some of the most innovative art today.. Despite the phenomenal economic and cultural growth of Asian and Latin American countries that border the Pacific, and California's proximity to these developments, there is no ongoing exhibition on the West Coast that regularly explores this activity.. With national boundaries becoming more porous and artistic connections happening between artists and viewers from a broad range of cultural backgrounds, the flow of ideas and images crisscrossing the planet becomes a crucial component of any contemporary art survey.. The California-Pacific Triennial will place artists working in California within this broader global network, one that is particularly relevant to our region, and that will offer visitors their only opportunity to engage in a more cosmopolitan conversation about contemporary art.. 2013 California-Pacific Triennial Participating Artists.. John Bankston, San Francisco, USA.. Brice Bischoff, Los Angeles, USA.. Fernando Bryce, Lima, Peru.. Masaya Chiba, Kanagawa, Japan.. Tiffany Chung, Saigon, Vietnam.. Hugo Crosthwaite, Tijuana, Mexico.. Gabriel de la Mora, Mexico City, Mexico.. Dario Escobar, Guatemala City, Guatemala..  ...   and enter any prompt number as listed below, followed by the # pound sign.. Curator Dan Cameron.. Michael Lin.. 8.. Catalog essayist Gilbert Vicario: Pedro Friedeberg.. 13.. Tiffany Chung.. 15.. Catalog essayist Yukie Kamiya: Masaya Chiba.. 17.. Catalog essayist Gilbert Vicario: Yoshua Okon.. 19.. John Bankston.. 20.. Raquel Ormella.. 28.. Catalog essayist Gilbert Vicario: Gabriel de la Mora.. 29.. Koki Tanaka.. 30.. Farrah Karapetian.. 31.. Liz Magor.. 32.. Catalog essayist Yukie Kamiya: Koki Tanaka.. 37.. Dario Escobar.. For the gallery map and.. offsite venues.. , click.. 2013 California-Pacific Triennial is organized by the Orange County Museum of Art and curated by Chief Curator Dan Cameron.. The 2013 California-Pacific Triennial Lead Sponsor is Deutsche Bank.. Major support for the exhibition is provided by Cindy and Steve Fry and Jean and Tim Weiss.. Significant support is provided by Toby Devan Lewis, Lucy Sun and Warren Felson, The Japan Foundation, and an anonymous gift made in loving memory of Ursula Cyga, Visionaries, and Irving and Estelle Levy Foundation.. Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook,.. Two Planets: Millet's The Gleaners and the Thai Farmers.. , 2008; Photograph, 29 ¾ X 29 ¾ inches; Courtesy the artist and Tyler Rollins Fine Art.. Fernando Bryce,.. Südsee.. , 2007; One of a series of 89 drawings, ink on paper; Courtesy of Michael Krichman and Carmen Cuenca.. Lin Tianmiao,.. All the Same.. , 2011; Colored silk threads, synthetic skeletons, metal constructions.. Dimensions variable; length approximately 472.. 4 590.. 6 in.. (1200 - 1500 cm); Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Lelong, NY.. Camille Utterback,.. Untitled 5.. , 2004; Interactive installation; Courtesy of the artist and Haines Gallery, San Francisco..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA – Exhibits
    Descriptive info: Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park Series (Feb.. 26 May 27, 2012).. Landscape into Abstraction.. dec 15, 13 - mar 2, 13.. dec 15, 2013 - mar 2, 2013.. December 15, 2013 March 2, 2014.. One of the recurring themes in California art over the past century is the relationship between abstraction and landscape.. Particularly in Southern California, a deep schism opened up in the 1930s between naturalist landscape painters and those of a more modernist inclination, and the breach has never entirely healed.. This exhibition, drawn entirely from OCMA  ...   into abstraction and then back again.. Landscape into Abstraction is organized by the Orange County Museum of Art and curated by Chief Curator Dan Cameron.. Top Image: John Altoon, Untitled (Ocean Park Series), 1962; oil on canvas, 72 x 84 in.. ; Museum purchase with additional funds provided by Dr.. Pick and Dr.. Rosalyn M.. Laudati, Mr.. Ward Chamberlin, Mrs.. E.. G.. Chamberlin, Patricia Fredericks, Mr.. and Mrs.. Carl Neisser, Mr.. John Martin Shea, Mr.. Samuel Goldstein, Zada Taylor, Mr.. David H.. Steinmatz, and Mrs.. Bernard McDonald.. Photo: Gene Ogami..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA
    Descriptive info: 1960s.. 1970s.. 1980s.. 1990s.. 2000s.. february 17 - may 5, 2013.. Richard Jackson: Ain t Painting a Pain.. october 7 - december 30, 2012.. OC Collects.. february 29 - december 30, 2012.. Pairings: The Collection at 50.. june 24 - september 9, 2012.. Jack Goldstein x 10,000.. february 26 - may 27, 2012.. october 9 - january 22, 2012.. Two Schools of Cool.. State of Mind: New California Art circa 1970.. april 10 - september 4, 2011.. Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art: Form, Balance, Joy.. october 23 - march 13, 2011.. 2010 California Biennial.. april 11 - september 19, 2010.. Charles Long: 100 Pounds of Clay.. may 2 - september 19, 2010.. 15 Minutes of Fame: Portraits from Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol.. New Art for a New Century: Contemporary Acquisitions, 2000 2010.. october 11 - april 4, 2010.. Carlos Amorales: Discarded Spider.. october 3 - march 21, 2010.. The Moving Image: Scan to Screen, Pixel to Projection II.. october 11 - january 10, 2010.. Video Work by Gao Shiqiang and Chen Quilin.. april 12 - september 27, 2009.. The Moving Image: Scan to Screen, Pixel to Projection.. may 3 - september 13, 2009.. Illumination: Georgia O Keeffe, Agnes Pelton, Agnes Martin, and Florence Miller Pierce.. march 3 - september 6, 2009.. H BOX.. october 26 - march 15, 2009.. 2008 California Biennial.. june 22 - september 21, 2008.. Peter Saul.. may 3 - september 14, 2008.. Signals: A Video Showcase.. july 15 - september 14, 2008.. Art Since the 1960s: California Experiments.. february 3 - may 25, 2008.. Disorderly Conduct: Recent Art in Tumultuous Times.. january 17 - april 27, 2008.. Imaginary 20th Century.. october 7 - january 6, 2008.. Birth of the Cool: California Art, Design, and Culture at Midcentury.. Joseph Grigely: St.. Cecilia.. june 30 - september 2, 2007.. Cao Fei: Whose Utopia?.. may 20 - august 26, 2007.. may 18 - august 13, 2007.. ACE Projects at the Lounge: PlayTech.. february 3 - june 17, 2007.. Imaging + Imagining California.. february 3 - june 10, 2007.. Chris Burden: A Tale of Two Cities.. march 11 - june 3, 2007.. Kutlug Ataman: Paradise.. january 28 - may 6, 2007.. Dennis Hopper: Billboard Paintings and Photographs.. january 28 - april 22, 2007.. Chuck Close: Prints, Process and Collaboration.. october 1 - december  ...   Pollock: Modern Masterpieces from the.. Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.. february 14 - april 18, 2004.. The Paper Sculpture Show.. september 14 - january 25, 2004.. Girl's Night Out.. august 2 - january 4, 2004.. Woman: A Celebration, Photographs from the Collection of Peter Fetterman.. august 23 - november 2, 2003.. Awakening from the California Dream: An Environmental History (SCP).. april 5 - august 17, 2003.. Maria Fernanda Cardoso: Cardoso Flea Circus.. april 12 - july 27, 2003.. Nathan Oliveira.. march 1 - july 20, 2003.. Views and Visions: Exploring the California Landscape.. january 11 - april 27, 2003.. Zine Scene.. january 26 - march 23, 2003.. Inigo Manglano-Ovalle.. september 22 - march 2, 2003.. Marjetica Potrc: Extreme Conditions And Noble Designs.. may 6 - february 23, 2003.. Collection in Context: John Baldessari.. november 16 - february 16, 2003.. Manuel Alvarez Bravo Photographs and The Spirit of Mexico.. october 5 - january 5, 2003.. september 28 - december 29, 2002.. Portraits from the Golden Age of Jazz: Photographs by William P.. Gottlieb (SCP).. may 26 - september 8, 2002.. 2002 California Biennial.. february 16 - may 19, 2002.. Grand Lyricist: The Art of Elmer Bischoff.. february 26 - may 6, 2002.. january 26 - april 28, 2002.. Lee Bul: Live Forever.. october 13 - january 6, 2002.. Georgia O'Keeffe: The Artist's Landscape/Photographs by Todd Webb (SCP).. october 6 - october 28, 2001.. You Are Hear: Music Machines at the Museum.. july 7 - september 30, 2001.. Continuity and Change: Southern California's Evolving Landscape.. march 10 - september 9, 2001.. One Wall: A Video Series.. may 26 - august 19, 2001.. february 3 - may 6, 2001.. Howard Ben Tre Interior/Exterior.. august 5 - february 11, 2001.. Chris Burden: Tale of Two Cities.. october 14 - january 14, 2001.. Tony DeLap.. july 1 - september 24, 2000.. Al Belson: A Photographic Reverie (SCP).. june 3 - september 3, 2000.. Circles of Influence: Impressionism to Modernism in Southern California Art.. april 29 - july 16, 2000.. William Wegman.. january 22 - july 16, 2000.. Wicked Witch: A Video Installation by Diana Thater.. march 18 - may 7, 2000.. Let us Now Praise Famous Men: Photographs by Walker Evans (SCP).. january 22 - april 16, 2000.. New California Art: Miles Coolidge.. Winslow Homer in America: Postwar Years..

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  • Title: Orange County Museum of Art | OCMA
    Descriptive info: Richard Jackson: DIY Activation Contest.. Friends of Bad Dog.. Visitors Studio.. Visitor Q&A.. Biennial Blog & Video.. Feedback.. Photo Op.. Congratulations to the.. 'Do It Yourself Activation'.. Contest Winner.. Peter Ganulin.. and runners-up,.. Joli Kishi.. and.. Sarah Wilkinson.. !.. Alongside the artist, our lucky winner Peter will be at OCMA to activate a painting machine within the Richard Jackson artwork,.. Do It Yourself Painting (Still Life) 1998, Los Angeles County Museum Of Art.. on March 24 at 4:00pm.. Come and cheer him on!.. The Orange County Museum of Art announces the opening of a new interactive family space, titled the Visitors Studio, in conjunction with the special exhibition,.. The space is open to the public during all regular museum hours for the duration of the exhibition, April 10 September 4, 2011.. The 1,000 square foot interactive space was curated by the education department and designed to support and enhance the visitor experience.. Lisa Silagyi, the museum s Director of Education and Public Programs, explained that the space has been designed in a deliberately low-tech way, using every day and recycled materials, in keeping with the spirit of Calder and the exhibition.. This participatory space is for visitors of all ages to enjoy engaging in the process of making sculpture.. Inside, there are seven distinct stations, including a response wall, stations for visitors to build sculptures out of yarn, paper and recycled materials, a pulley system with weights to employ the principles of balance, and a reading area.. There is also a video monitor playing Calder s.. Le Grande Cirque Calder.. , 1927.. From the Q&A Wall inside the Visitor's Studio: Question of the Month.. Visitor Question:.. What does the hanging black form in your sculpture mean to you? (In reference to contemporary artist Martin Boyce's sculpture.. Fear Meets Soul.. ).. Answer by artist Martin Boyce:.. In 1942, the American designers Charles and Ray Eames produces plywood leg splints for the U.. S.. Navy.. Ray Eames came from an art background and she carved a number of sculptures from some of these leg splints.. The black shape hanging from the mobile is a copy of one of Ray Eames' sculptures and it is cutr from and original 1942 leg splint.. The wooden mask-like form on the mobile is also cutr from a leg splint, it is from the middle of knee section and the red steel bar replicates a leg from an Eames storange unit which was designed in 1949.. The bar is bent and looks like it has been damanges or perhaps used to inflict damage.. I have always been fascinated with the form of the mobile, how each element requires the other to maintain its existence.. I often equate it to how a memory funtions.. You have fragments of recollection that aren't entirely stable but that together form an image of something.. With the mobile.. , you have a strange mask, a damaged piece of steel and a curious, almost figurative shape cut from wood, I thinkt he work has a noir-ish feel, there is something quite graceful about the balance but also something dark within the possible relationships between these objects.. The leg splint itself as an object has of course a relationship with trauma; it was used to cradle and injured leg.. For Ray Eames to find sucha a beautiful and organiz shape within a mass proiduces piece of medical equipment is amazing and I often have thought about it as how she perhaps revealed the soul of this object.. Submit your own questions on the Q&A wall inside the Visitor's Studio and it may just get selected as the question of the month!.. Special thanks to Anna Brouwer, Nathan Carter, Kristi Lippire, Albert Lopez, Fatima Manalili, Glenn Peters, Brooke Rapaport, Dennis Szakacs, Anna Sanchez, Kirsten Schmidt and curator Lynne Warren for their contributions to this space.. Photos by ColinYoung-Wolff.. Calder s Circus © 2011 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.. Alexander Calder and Contemporary Art.. curator Lynne Warren and exhibiting artists Kristi Lippire and Nathan Carter answer visitor-submitted questions from the Visitor Response Wall within the Visitor's Studio.. View the Questions and Answers on the.. OCMA Facebook Fan Page.. !.. 2010 California Biennial on view October 23, 2010 March 13, 2011.. Follow the.. 2010 CALIFORNIA BIENNIAL BLOG.. View footage from opening weekend of the.. 2010 California Biennial on YouTube.. Image: Curator Sarah Bancroft with a few of the 2010 California Biennial artists.. on view May 2 September 19, 2010.. The comments and questions below were expressed by OCMA visitors in the museum's Feedback space during the.. New Art for a New Century.. exhibition.. Some of comments/questions have been addressed by individuals that include  ...   adult, I will have more of a perspective, but for now, all I think, wow this place is cool, but when I grow up, I will appreciate this place more.. : I DON T GET IT?.. : Where are all of the Ansel Adams works?.. : In the exhibition 15 Minutes of Fame: Portraits from Ansel Adams to Andy Warhol the names indicate approximate bookends for the period of photography on view.. It speaks to the collecting strategy of the museum both modern and contemporary art presenting works that span the 20th century and into the 21st as well.. : There are body parts that I don t want to see.. : Throughout history and across the globe, artists have presented nudes in various ways.. Some of the works on view maintain this aspect of human creativity.. : A bit of context would be nice; artist bio, curator s comments.. Why these ten over the last 10 years? Local, important, available?.. OCMA Response.. : New Art for a New Century: Contemporary Acquisitions, 2000 2010 offers visitors this type of information through a specially developed Guide by Cell that includes an introduction by the exhibition curator, Karen Moss.. On this dial-in audio guide, Moss gives an overview on the curatorial focus of the exhibition and it also includes 11 interviews by artists themselves, whose works are on view.. Together, these 12 interviews give visitors in-depth insight into the exhibition.. To access to the Guide by Cell, anyone may dial (949) 203-3053 to listen to the content.. : The power of the photograph! Wow.. I m blown away; so appreciate this interaction.. : In one of the rooms there s a piece that looks like a jungle gym.. Why is that there? It s really weird, but the art s great.. : I think that things like orange squares and blue circles shouldn t be in an art museum.. : See, the art is fascinating.. It is to me, but my little sister doesn t because she is a three-year old and that her job being a three-year old.. I love art!.. July Comments:.. : Hey OCMA, I'm a biker who rides a custom Harley, I'm not really into art.. But some of this stuff is pretty cool.. Makes me want to give art a second chance.. : I think I've been jacked, I've seen better pictures taken by a 2-year old! Signed, Ripped Off.. Visitor 1.. :.. Don't buy art!.. Feed starving children so they can live to adulthood and BE ART.. Visitor 2.. : Buy art and feed starving children.. Visitor 3.. : Starvation in kids = Bad; starvation in artists = Bad.. : Why is the art here? What does it have to do with OC? How does it help explain/comment on what Orange County is? Does art in OC mean something different than art from OC?.. : Really cool stuff! How come you never showed this stuff before? My favorite piece is the floating cyborg and the white brick.. Great sculpture choices!.. : Che betrayed his people!.. : Does Kori Newkirk do commissions?.. : All work but no art?.. : A recipe for disaster.. : and they wonder why things are the way they are.. Visitor 4.. : thank you, OCMA.. Your existence = our existence.. : Lovely photos, but lack of creativity in the studio field.. Which is completely opinionated, but I think art is more so with a brush than a camera.. Very bold though, and mildly inspiring.. : Some of the art is very vulgar.. There should be more censorship in art so things like this are not displayed.. Signed, a concerned mother.. : Well, concerned mother, art isn t always pretty flowers and rainbows.. Maybe you shouldn t have brought your kids.. Beauty is vulgar.. Signed, a bitchy teen.. : What you see mainly depends on what you look for.. : How come you can t touch anything? The guards are so annoying!.. Reply from OCMA.. : The gallery guards at OCMA (as in all museums) serve a very important role in the preservation of artworks.. Many of the materials used by artists in their works are delicate and can be easily damaged.. While performing other roles, such as a source of information for visitors, the guards must make sure that the artworks are safeguarded and that often means reminding visitors that works cannot be touched.. : Great show, great works.. If this is the future of contemporary art and a contemporary art institution, then I m excited!.. The photographs below were taken inside the museum's.. photo booth installation as part of.. View the entire photo album on the.. OCMA Facebook fan page.. Thank you for posing!..

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