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Printed Stories encourages viewers to find stories and other narratives—some intended by the artists and others not— in a selection of modern and contemporary prints from the Anderson Collection of Graphic Arts. In this video, Curator Colleen Terry discusses how the exhibition’s thesis was developed, why she chose particular prints, and the literary inspirations behind some of the works on view. Watch now.

On View at the Legion of Honor: Pierre Bonnard

Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia
Pierre Bonnard: Painting Arcadia is the first major international presentation of Pierre Bonnard’s work to be mounted on the West Coast in half a century. The exhibition features more than 70 works that span the artist’s complete career, from his early Nabi masterpieces, through his experimental photography, to the late interior scenes for which he is best known. 
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Pierre Bonnard Exhibition Audio Tour Available
Nineteen audio stops explore Bonnard’s career, from his early works influenced by Japanese art and the whirl of Paris, through his later domestic interiors and portraits. Hear from curators Esther Bell and Melissa Buron about Bonnard’s use of light and color in his work as he strove to depict an Arcadia filled warmth, beauty, and love. Available for $5.99.
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February Artist-in-Residence: Brett Cook
Now in the Kimball Education Gallery, artist Brett Cook invites museum visitors to experience multidisciplinary works as vehicles for social engagement and personal transformation. Through contemplative, creative activities, Cook provides tactile, dialogical opportunities for recognizing our uniqueness and interconnectedness.
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Pierre Bonnard, Self-Portrait, c. 1904. Oil on canvas. Private Collection. © 2015 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris


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