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2019 New York

Van Doren Waxter, Richard Diebenkorn: Ocean Park Works on Paper 1978–1991 | From a Private Collection

2019 Dallas

Dallas Museum of Art, America Will Be!: Surveying the Contemporary Landscape

Richard Diebenkorn at the Cantor

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, opens September 4, 2019

RICHARD DIEBENKORN | Works on Paper

Leslie Feely, New York, 5 September–26 October 2019

CALIFORNIA LUMINARIES: Diebenkorn, Thiebaud, Bischoff

Hackett Mill, 17 September–30 October 2019

Stanford News: Looking at Richard Diebenkorn at the Cantor

American painter Richard Diebenkorn’s connection to Stanford is deep as well as broad. Not only was Diebenkorn an alum, but even after his death in 1993, his impact has continued on campus thanks to the number of significant artworks given and lent to Stanford, the digitization of his sketchbooks and the documented examination via infrared […]

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An interview with Sasha Nicholas, author of “Everything All at Once: Richard Diebenkorn and Postwar American Art”

This month, Rizzoli New York introduces Richard Diebenkorn: A Retrospective, the most comprehensive monograph yet on the distinguished American painter, draftsman, and printmaker for readers of all backgrounds and levels of interest. The book features a fresh voice in art history, Sasha Nicholas, who brings the artist alive and anew in a fascinating and visual essay so that […]

Bookforum: Art Books | Richard Diebenkorn: A Retrospective

WITH ITS SOFT YET VIBRANT YELLOWS AND REDS in a floral-patterned wallpaper set against an array of angular blues, Recollections of a Visit to Leningrad, a 1965 painting by Richard Diebenkorn, evidences the profound influence of Matisse. Diebenkorn saw works by that artist in 1964 at the State Hermitage Museum and would come to share […]