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Ed Ruscha Exhibition Catalogue—Signed Edition

Ed Ruscha and the Great American West
Through October 9, 2016 | de Young | Herbst Exhibition Galleries

The stunning exhibition catalogue Ed Ruscha and the Great American West, produced in close collaboration with the artist’s studio, offers the first full examination of Ruscha’s lifelong fascination with the evolving landscape and character of the American West. A limited number of copies signed by the artist are available here. Learn more about the catalogue and shop exclusive Ed Ruscha–themed items in the online store.

On the Grid Now Open

Through February 12, 2017 | de Young | Wais and Knowles Galleries of Textile Arts

On the Grid: Textiles and Minimalism presents a broad range of objects representing textile traditions from around the world that share many of the same aesthetic choices ascribed to Minimalist works. Learn more.
 

Friday Nights at the de Young Presents: The View from Hollywood

July 29, 5–8:45 pm

Join us this week to celebrate Ed Ruscha and Artist-in-Residence Steve Ferrera’s closing reception. The Grapes of Wrath will be shown in the Koret Auditorium while the Darren Johnston Trio entertains in Wilsey Court. Learn more.

Office Hours: An Interview with the Curators of Wild West

Wild West: Plains to the Pacific
Through September 11, 2016 | Legion of Honor | Special Exhibition Galleries

Wild West: Plains to the Pacific includes more than 160 works that together trace our shifting sense of America’s western frontier. We talked to the exhibition curators, Jim Ganz and Colleen Terry, about what visitors can expect. Learn more.
 

Indispensible: Steve Ferrera

July 6–31, 2016 | de Young | Kimball Education Gallery

“Every sculptor collects a set of tools, has a bag of them, but there’s always one or two that can make the right marks. For me, between this tool and my thumb or fingers, I can pretty much make 90 percent of the marks I need.” Learn more.
 

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Wild West Conservation Ed Ruscha - Hidden Art The Guarneri violin is back

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Ed Ruscha, The Old Tool & Die Building, 2004. Acrylic on canvas. Whitney American Museum of Art, New York, Gift of The American Contemporary Art Foundation, Inc., Leonard A. Lauder, President 2005.135. © Ed Ruscha

Buddhist altar cloth (uchishiki), early 19th century. Japan, late Edo period. Silk, gold leaf paper strips; twill lampas, supplementary-weft patterning (kinran). FAMSF, gift of Miss Carlotta Mabury, 54688.36 

Robert Bechtle, Four Palm Trees, 1969. Oil on canvas. Museum purchase, American Art Trust Fund, 2012.43.

Photo by Angela Bilog, courtesy of the artist

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