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Exhibition: Break + Bleed
06/04/2021–04/03/2022 (more information)
Josef Albers
White Line Squares XIII, 1966–70
Color lithograph, 21 x 21 inches
Gift of the Docent Council, 1979.06
White Line Squares XIII, 1966–70
South East North West, 2017
Exhibition: South East North West: New Works from the Collection
10/30/2020 – 09/19/2021 (more information)
Diana Al-Hadid
South East North West, 2017
Polymer gypsum, fiberglass, steel, plaster, gold leaf, copper leaf, painter’s tape, and pigment;
130 × 168 × 5 inches
Gift of the Lipman Family Foundation. Courtesy of the artist. © Diana Al-Hadid. Photo credit: Object Studies
Exhibition: Do Ho Suh’s sculpture Karma (2010)
02/07/2020 -2022 (more information)
Do Ho Suh
Karma, 2010 (cast 2017)
Bronze and copper-plated steel
On loan from the collection of an anonymous charitable foundation. Photo by Tom Loonan.
Karma, 2010 (cast 2017)
Noisy Blushes, 2020
Exhibition: Pae White: Noisy Blushes
Ongoing. (more information)
Pae White
Noisy Blushes, 2020
Ink, cable, and electroplated and polished stainless steel;
167 × 166 × 132 inches;
12,000 disks; 504 strands
Commissioned by the San José Museum of Art, in honor of its 50th anniversary. Photography © Fredrik Nilsen Studio

San Jose Museum of Art
110 S Market St,
San Jose, CA 95113
408.271.6840
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Any group of 10 or more people is considered a group tour. Private adult and college group tours require an additional fee and must be booked in advance. Drop-in groups may be asked to visit at another time due to Museum security and capacity policies. Guided and self-guided visits can be arranged from Tuesday–Sunday 11am–4pm. For questions regarding our group tour policy please visit sjmusart.org/education or contact our education program coordinator at education@sjumusart.org.

About
The San José Museum of Art celebrates new ideas, stimulates creativity, and inspires connection with every visit. Welcoming and thought provoking, the Museum delights visitors with it’s surprising and playful perspective on the art and artists of our time.

SJMA is a leading showcase in the Bay Area for modern and contemporary art. The Museum has earned a reputation for its fresh, distinctive exhibitions, which are conceived to engage Museum visitors of various ages and cultural backgrounds. Through its exhibitions and programs, SJMA addresses major trends in international contemporary art, architecture, and design, with an ongoing commitment to also place the work of California artists in national and international context. The Museum strives to make significant contributions to art-historical scholarship; address prescient issues of interest to the general public; and offer programs that reflect the rich diversity of its communities. The Museum presents nine to twelve exhibitions each year, including one-person and thematic group exhibitions that include a range of artworks, from traditional painting to exploratory new-media installations. Given its location in the heart of the high-technology culture of Silicon Valley, the Museum has a substantial commitment to new work in new media, as well as to initiating special projects and commissions that reflect issues of importance to its communities.

SJMA is accredited by the American Association of Museums, a recognition given to just 750 of the nation’s 8,000 museums. A non-profit, 501(c)3 organization located on the central city plaza in downtown San José, SJMA serves 100,000 people a year, including some 40,000 school children: SJMA is the largest provider of arts education in Santa Clara County. Initiatives such as the award-winning school program Let’s Look at Art Program and SJMA’s participatory activity stations in the galleries further distinguish the Museum as an innovator in museum education.

Mission
The San José Museum of Art reflects the diverse cultures and innovative spirit of Silicon Valley. Through its exhibitions, programs, scholarship, and collections, SJMA connects the present and the past, the art of the West Coast and the world. The Museum fosters awareness of artists’ broad contributions to society and engages audiences with the art of our time and the vitality of the creative process.

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Exhibitions:

Break + Bleed
Friday, June 4, 2021–Sunday, April 3, 2022
(more information)

South East North West: New Works from the Collection
October 30, 2020 – September 19, 2021
(more information)

Barring Freedom
October 30, 2020 – April 25, 2021
(more information)

Do Ho Suh’s sculpture Karma (2010)
February 7, 2020 through 2022
(more information)

Pae White: Noisy Blushes
Ongoing.
(more information)

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