R. B. Kitaj: Passion and Memory
Jewish Works from His Personal Collection
January 11 through March 30, 2008
- $10 General
- $7 Seniors and Full-Time Students
- $5 Children 2-12
- Free to Members and Children under 2
- Free to all on Thursdays
- Includes admission to all other exhibitions
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
This exhibition will feature approximately thirty works by major twentieth-century painter R. B. Kitaj.
This rare exhibition, featuring approximately thirty works by major twentieth-century painter R. B. Kitaj, will focus on the artist's highly personal exploration of Jewish identity, history, and culture.
This exhibition is included in regular Skirball museum admission and does not require an advance, timed-entry ticket.
This exhibition is held in conjunction with an exhibit at UCLA Center for Jewish Studies entitled "Portrait of a Jewish Artist: R.B. Kitaj in Text and Image" at the Charles E. Young Research Library Department of Special Collections. For more information about the exhibit visit www.cjs.ucla.edu.
THE EXHIBITION AND RELATED EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS ARE MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY THE GENEROUS SUPPORT OF: CATHERINE BENKAIM, BROAD FOUNDATION, GELSON'S MARKETS, RUTH & ALLEN ORBUCH, FREDERICK R. WEISMAN ART FOUNDATION.
WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT FROM: ELAINE & LEONARD COMESS, PETER GOULDS, HELEN ZEFF.
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