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DAY RESERVATIONS AND SOCIAL DISTANCING ARE STILL REQUIRED INSIDE THE MUSEUM. THE USE OF MASKS IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED.

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ON VIEW | A Loaded Camera: Gordon Parks

An exhibition celebrating The Capital Group Foundation Photography Collection at Stanford University, a 2019 gift to the Cantor Arts Center of more than one thousand twentieth-century American photographs.

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EXPLORE | Asian American Art Initiative

Explore Asian American and Asian diaspora artists and their work at the Cantor, upcoming exhibitions and events. This recently established initiative is a significant effort to acquire, preserve, display and research Asian American art.

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ON VIEW | A Cool Million: Petra Cortright

As part of A Cool Million, the Cantor has collaborated with artist Petra Cortright to create a banner for the museum’s exterior, which features a new digital painting of an invented landscape evoking the rugged scenery and wildfires of California.

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EVENTS | 2022 Museums by Moonlight

Join us on September 17, 2022 for a black-tie gala under the stars featuring dining and dancing surrounded by the beauty of the Rodin Sculpture Garden.

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ON VIEW | LJ Roberts: Carry You With Me

This exhibition consists of 26 six-by-four-inch embroidered portraits of artist LJ Roberts friends, collaborators, and lovers within New York’s queer and trans communities.

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LJ Roberts (American, born in 1980), Hannah (HH) Hiaasen and Lukaza Branfman-Verissimo, 2020-2021. Embroidery on cotton. © LJ Roberts. Courtesy the artist and Hales, London and New York

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