The San Jose Museum of Art will present an exhibition of work by Diana Al-
International Archives 1st half of 2017
Nolli’s Orders, a multi-
“One of the things that makes Diana’s work so rich is the breadth and diversity of sources that she draws from, lifting and recombining elements from cartography, art history, and architecture in her own, idiosyncratic way,” said Lauren Schell Dickens, curator. “Her work reflects a sense of irresolution, uncertainty, and imagination that really resonates with the world today,”
The exhibition will open on Thursday, February 23, with a lecture by Al-
Liquid City is organized by Lauren Schell Dickens, curator, San Jose Museum of Art. The exhibition is sponsored by the Myra Reinhard Family Foundation. Additional support has been provided by Tad and Jackson Freese and Wanda Kownacki.
Exhibition 24 February -
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