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Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
Stanford, CA

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Exhibition: Contact Warhol: Photography Without End
09/29/2018–01/06/2019 (more information)
Andy Warhol (U.S.A., 1928– 1987)
Detail from Contact Sheet [Photo shoot with Andy Warhol with shadow], 1986
Gelatin silver print
Gift of The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc., 2014.43.2893. ©The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. Pigott Family Gallery
M. Mouse (with) 1 Ear (Equals) Tea Bag [Blackboard Version], 1973
Exhibition: Blackboard
09/19/2018–01/27/2019 (more information)
Claes Oldenburg
(U.S.A., b. Sweden, b. 1929)
M. Mouse (with) 1 Ear (Equals) Tea Bag [Blackboard Version], 1973
Lithograph, screenprint, and chalk
Gift of Barbara Gray, 1991.126.18
Exhibition: Painting Nature in the American Gilded Age
09/05/2018–08/25/2019 (more information)
William McGregor Paxton
(U.S.A., 1869–1941)
The Crystal, 1900
Oil on canvas
Gift of The Honorable Michael Huffington, 2015.29
The Crystal, 1900
Exhibition: Alphabété: The World Through the Eyes of Frédéric Bruly Bouabré
06/20/2018–03/02/2019 (more information)
Frédéric Bruly Bouabré (Cheik Nadro) (Côte d'Ivoire, 1923–2014)
A yellowed banana offering a divine painting, here, “the sword” plays the role of a sacred prince favorable to a sweet union. (Une banana jaunie offrant une divine peinture, ici, “l’épée” joue le role d’un prince sacré favorable à une douce union.), 2006
Colored pencil and ink on cardstock
Gift of Stefan Simchowitz, 2018.18
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Exhibition: The Dancing Sowei: Performing Beauty in Sierra Leone
Through 03/02/2019 (more information)
Gola or Mende artist (Sande Society, Sierra Leone)
Helmet Mask (sowei or ndoli jowei), 1920s-1930s
Wood, leopard tooth, kaolin, and fiber
Gift from the collection of Marc and Ruth Franklin, 2003.121
Screen, 2005
Exhibition: Do Ho Suh: The Spaces in Between
Through 02/25/2019 (more information)
Do Ho Suh (South Korea, b. 1962)
Screen, 2005
ABS and stainless steel
© Do Ho Suh. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York and Hong Kong. Madeleine H. Russell Gallery
, . .
Exhibition: Through Diebenkorn’s "Window": Transitions in Time
04/18/2018–1/06/201* (more information)
Katherine Van Kirk, ’19, with the Diebenkorn painting Window, which she examined in her investigative project.
Freidenrich Family Gallery
Katherine Van Kirk, ’19, with the Diebenkorn painting Window, which she examined in her investigative project.

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University
328 Lomita Drive at Museum Way
Stanford, CA 94305-5060
Telephone 650-723-4177
Fax 650-725-0464
Map


museum.stanford.edu/index.html

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Hours
Open six days a week
Wednesday – Monday 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Thursday 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Including most holidays
Closed Tuesday, Thanksgiving Day and December 25

Admission
FREE

Directions
The Cantor Arts Center is located at the intersection of Museum Way and Lomita Drive on the Stanford campus, northwest of The Oval and the Main Quad.

The Rodin Sculpture Garden is located next to the Center at the corner of Lomita Drive and Roth Way.

The Papua New Guinea Sculpture Garden is located on Santa Teresa Street near Lomita Drive.

Directions from Highway 101
Take the Embarcadero exit west and cross El Camino Real. Stay in the left lane as you cross El Camino. The street becomes Galvez Drive. Turn right on Campus Drive. Turn left on Palm Drive and continue until the next intersection, which is Museum Way. Turn right on Museum Way and you will be facing the main entrance to the Center.

Directions from Highway 280
Take Alpine Road exit east. Turn right on Junipero Serra, then left on Campus Drive West. Follow Campus Drive until you reach Palm Drive. Turn right on Palm Drive, continue to Museum Way. Turn right on Museum Way and you will be facing the main entrance to the Center.

Background, History
The Cantor Arts Center boasts a proud and venerable history, as it was conceived of in tandem with the founding of Stanford University itself. The Stanford family, including Leland Jr., traveled the world collecting objects of art and cultural interest. The museum was originally created to make this collection available to students and the public. It has withstood natural disasters and periodic neglect, only to be resurrected, renewed, and expanded, with its collections stronger than ever, thanks to the passionate dedication of Stanford faculty and staff, and art lovers in the surrounding community.

Collections

Rodin Collection

Outdoor Sculpture (walking map - Google Map)


Exhibitions:

Contact Warhol: Photography Without End
September 29, 2018–January 6, 2019
(more information)

Blackboard
September 19, 2018–January 27, 2019
(more information)

Painting Nature in the American Gilded Age
September 5, 2018–August 25, 2019
(more information)

Alphabété: The World Through the Eyes of Frédéric Bruly Bouabré
June 20, 2018–February 25, 2019
(more information)

Do Ho Suh: The Spaces in Between
Through February 25, 2019
(more information)

Through Diebenkorn’s "Window": Transitions in Time
April 18, 2018–January 6, 2018
(more information)

The Dancing Sowei: Performing Beauty in Sierra Leone
Through December 21, 2018
(more information)

Events

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