Transmission of the DharmaDecember 14, 2016–May 7, 2017
Cal ConversationsJanuary 18–April 30, 2017
An exhibition of poems and artworks developed in collaboration with UC Berkeley Professor Lyn Hejinian’s class English 190: Slow Reading / Slow Seeing.
Explore how artists, architects, and designers intersected with the counterculture of the 1960s and early 1970s.
The artist continues his exploration of language as medium in this newly commissioned work.
Large-scale photographs of women from the African diaspora, presented in a way that challenges traditional assumptions about artistic technique and individual identity.
Exquisitely composed collages incorporating fragments of found, or "experienced," paper.
Photographic works made at the remote and idiosyncratic Deep Springs College.
Works by this year's MFA recipients from UC Berkeley's Department of Art Practice.
Tibetan Buddhist paintings and sculptures vividly evoke the realms of the celestial and the supernatural.
Discover the enigmatic work of this pioneering yet underrecognized painter, who bridged figurative, surrealist, and abstract currents in modern art.
The exhibition features clowns and rainbows, but it's not just clowning around—Swiss artist Rondinone's work is both exuberant and melancholy.
Works from the BAMPFA collection reveal the richness and variety of India's painterly traditions.