Exhibitions - San Diego Museum of Art

Annie Leibovitz: A Photographer's Life, 1990-2005
February 10-April 22, 2007

This major internationally traveling exhibition features approximately 200 photographs from one of the most celebrated photographers of our time, Annie Leibovitz. The exhibition encompasses both the photographer's personal and professional work, including family photographs and portraits of public figures such as Colin Powell, Demi Moore, Brad Pitt, and Bill Clinton.

Mel Bochner: Drawing from Four Decades
January 13-March 18, 2007
This special exhibition of 29 works is the first to offer an overview of conceptual artist Mel Bochner's drawing practice.

Jasper Johns' Green Angel: The Making of a Print
January 13-March 18, 2007
This unique display showcases two significant etchings by major contemporary artist Jasper Johns, along with a complete set of 17 proofs and original etching plates for both prints.

European Art
European Old Masters:
Sacred and Secular
Thematic presentation of the European collection shifts the focus from chronology to content.

Maxwell H. and Muriel Gluck Gallery
Late 18th- through early 20th-century European art
Through March 18, 2007
This new installation focuses on the backs of five paintings, where information such as labels, inscriptions, and markings reveal hidden information about each work. The paintings on display come from SDMA's European collection and range from the 16th to early 20th century.

Asian Art
Paintings of South India
Through June 3, 2007
This display of 25 works from SDMA's Edwin Binney 3rd Collection highlights paintings from South India, an area that has rarely been represented in previous exhibitions.

Tastes in Asian Art
Through May 20, 2007
This thematic concept for displaying the Asian collection highlights the diverse tastes of different social groups—the imperial ruling class, scholars, warriors, and common people—and features a separate section dedicated to religious art, as well as a new section devoted to Persian art.

American Art
American Visionaries: The Collection at 80
Through May 6, 2007
This new installation in the Museum's American gallery acknowledges five important donors who were most instrumental in shaping SDMA's collections. The display includes visitor favorites and rarely seen works by artists such as Mary Cassatt, Roy Lichtenstein, and Georgia O'Keeffe.
Outdoor Sculptures
May S. Marcy Sculpture Court and Garden
Selections from the permanent collection.

This unique display in front of SDMA features 24 large-scale photographs taken by refugee youth living in San Diego.

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