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East of the Pacific: Making Histories of Asian American Art
Temporary Exhibition

East of the Pacific: Making Histories of Asian American Art

September 28, 2022–January 29, 2023

A painting depicting three naked women

Matsusaburo George Hibi, Three Muses, 1930. Oil on canvas. The Michael Donald Brown Collection, made possible by the William Alden Campbell and Martha Campbell Art Acquisition Fund and the Asian American Art Initiative Acquisitions Fund, 2020.54

Freidenrich Family Gallery

The inaugural exhibition for the Asian American Art Initiative, this historical survey highlights key moments in Asian American art from the 19th through the 20th centuries. Comprised primarily of the Cantor Arts Center’s growing collection of Asian American art, the show features many previously unexhibited objects and recent acquisitions.

 

 

 


 

Museum Hours

The Cantor is open to the public at 100% indoor capacity. Free, all-day reservations are required for all visitors, including members. Get yours here.

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Map and Directions

The Cantor Arts Center is located at the intersection of Museum Way and Lomita Drive in the heart of the arts district on the Stanford campus. The Cantor faces the Bing Concert Hall across Palm Drive, northwest of The Oval and the Main Quad.

328 Lomita Drive at Museum Way
Stanford, CA 94305-5060

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Parking

Parking is limited. Stanford has a new contactless web/app system to pay for parking. Prior to your visit, we recommend you visit the Stanford Transportation website to learn more about the updated visitor parking process.

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