Local Artist Relief
The newly established East Bay/Oakland Relief Fund for Individuals in the Arts is extending unrestricted funds in the amount of $2,000 to artists and cultural and non-profit arts workers residing in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.
The fund aims to support those in historically underserved communities who are financially vulnerable due to this economic crisis.
Deadline to apply is June 5.
Escape through imagery
Richard Diebenkorn painting in France, 1978
A quarterly initiative highlighting rare findings from the Richard Diebenkorn Foundation Archives online
Dig into the material Diebenkorn collected over the course of his life, deepen your knowledge, and respond through your own personal lens.
National Artist Relief
The Artist Relief Fund continues to offer immediate individual grants of $5,000 as well as additional resources to alleviate effects of the pandemic.
Grants distributed through September 2020.
Special Online Presentation
Accompanied by a newly expanded interview with exhibition curator Sasha Nicholas exclusively on Artsy
May 9 – August 29, 2020
Exclusive by Phyllis Grant
Spend a moment away from global uncertainty and find solace in abstract art
Reflections by Phyllis Grant on her grandfather’s art now on Instagram
ONLINE VIEWING ROOM
Paintings and Works on Paper 1946–1952
Special Presentation | Wartime Works 1943–1945
Accompanied by a new, scholarly text adapted from a landmark essay by curator Scott A. Shields available online for free
Van Doren Waxter
March 19 – June 26, 2020
From the Basement
World War II Ephemera
An interview with Gretchen Diebenkorn Grant on her father’s military service
A comprehensive monograph featuring a revelatory interview with artist Wayne Thiebaud
Richard Diebenkorn: A Retrospective, published by Rizzoli New York in 2019, is the most comprehensive monograph on the distinguished American painter, draftsman, and printmaker for readers of all backgrounds and levels of interest. A visually striking object (measuring nearly 10 by 12 inches), the book includes a handsome slipcase box and features 340 illustrations in new color photography.
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