Gretchen Andrew: FUTURE NEWS

On view August 20, 2020 – January 3, 2021 Future News reframes conversations about truth online in terms of what search engine artist Gretchen Andrew calls “positive failures.” By using her vision boards to playfully hypnotize Google search results, she exposes the inherent and structural […]

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Joan Takayama-Ogawa in Virtual Currents

On view October 30 – November 22 Joan Takayama-Ogawa b. 1955 Mimbre, Pattern Painting, and Feminist Inspired Vessels Mimbre pottery techniques of painted black dots and ovals contrast the simple with the complex, the clear with the obscure, the easily perceived with persistent patience, dark […]

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Miniatures 2021

October 28, 2021 – December 19, 2021   The Monterey Museum of Art is excited to announce that our favorite community fundraising exhibition Miniatures will be both virtual and in person this year! That means even more artists can participate than ever before, and all […]

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Gil Family Art Shoes in Virtual Currents

Jose Gil and the Gil Family Salinas, CA Gil Family Art Shoes Jose Gil knows a thing or two about motivating teams — even the one under his own roof. The Alisal High School boys basketball coach and athletic director refused to let the virus […]

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Ansel Adams Portraits: By and Of

August 1 – September 19, 2021 The Monterey Museum of Art is pleased to announce Ansel Adams Portraits: By and Of curated by Jeanne Falk Adams exclusively for the Monterey Museum of Art. The exhibition, located in the Dart Wing Galleries of MMA La Mirada, […]

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Ken Hale in Virtual Currents

On view November 17, 2020 – January 3, 2021 Ken Hale b. 1948 Carmel Valley, CA The indirect qualities of printmaking suited my temperament and certainly provided an aesthetic framework for my decisions in painting, drawing and collage. I appropriate and manipulate images of historically […]

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John H. Marble Galleries of California Art

The Marble Galleries were established in 2006 by a gift in memory of Louise Bougie Beland from the John H. Marble Endowment Fund of the Community Foundation for Monterey County. The upstairs galleries feature changing installations of California Art in diverse media from 19th century […]

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William F. Ritschel Memorial

Ongoing Exhibition William F. Ritschel (1864-1949) was a German-born painter who lived and worked in Carmel from 1911 until his death in 1949. A free-spirited bohemian, Ritschel was an important part of the California Impressionist movement. Most of the paintings, watercolors and ephemera on display […]

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Dora Lisa Rosenbaum in Virtual Currents

  dora lisa rosenbaum b. 1979 Pacific Grove, CA Performative Memory Performative memory is defined as a “means through with societies remember.” Household day to day tasks, routines, rituals, consumption practices, and use of space within the home are all forms of performative memory. Focusing […]

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