In this exhibition, 23 works by San Francisco-based photographer Marion Gray capture performances, dance, and installations by some of the most significant artists in the Bay Area and beyond.
On View Now
February 14–June 21 2015
January 31–September 20, 2015
A new exhibition takes a look at the wildly diverse and intricate world of one of the most important creatures to human agriculture and the natural environment, through family-friendly experiences, hands-on activities, and media.
September 20, 2014–April 12, 2015
This major collaboration brings together important works from SFMOMA and OMCA's collections, exploring how California artists have influenced and been influenced by artists, trends, and cultures on national and international levels.
May 23, 2014–May 31, 2015
This installation in the Gallery of California History co-curated with faculty and students at San Diego State University highlights the economic and social impact of the largest and longest-running comics convention.
April 11–July 12, 2015
Who is Oakland? is an exploration of Oakland’s many dimensions through the work of artists who live and work here, and love this city.
April 11–November 8, 2015
In three video installations on view in the Gallery of California Art, artist Michelle Dizon examines memory, loss, and experiences of displacement for people from many backgrounds, including her own.
May 30, 2015–January 3, 2016
Pacific Worlds celebrates the vibrant historic and cultural relationships, past and present, between the Pacific Islands and California.
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