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Bridget Cooks, professor of art history and African American studies photo: Steve Zylius/UC Irvine
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UCI Podcast: Bridget R. Cooks takes us inside the Met

Why the timing is right for the ‘Harlem Renaissance and Transatlantic Modernism’ exhibition

Wendy Van Wyck Good standing in front of paintings.

Reviving treasures by once-renowned siblings

Unusual backstory leads to new exhibition at UCI’s Langson IMCA

A rendering is a facsimile of what the gallery spaces may look like at the Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art.

Location chosen for Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art

UCI’s North Campus site provides outdoor vistas to complement indoor masterpieces

Matthias Lehmann, UCI professor of history and Teller Family Chair in Jewish History

UCI Judaic scholar discusses upcoming Holocaust exhibition

Installation provides ‘opportunity for learning, for reflection, for conversations, about the lethal danger of antisemitism,’ he says

Gordon Onslow Ford, Constellations and Grasses, 1957

Paintings that play with perception

New exhibition at UCI’s Institute and Museum of California Art pairs abstract and representational works

Kim Kanatani, director of UCI’s Institute and Museum of California Art, admires “Tree of Life,” by Carlos Almaraz, a pioneer in the Chicano art movement.

Keeping up appearances

Works at UCI’s Institute and Museum of California Art are restored in anticipation of reopening gallery

Kim Kanatani, inaugural museum director of the UCI Institute and Museum of California Art. Behind her is Richard Diebenkorn’s 1952 oil-on-canvas painting “Albuquerque #9"

What’s next: The future of museums

As cultural and educational nexuses, they must explore creative ways of engaging with diverse audiences

Much-anticipated museum begins previews of long-hidden paintings, sculptures

UCI unveils exhibits, events to introduce California art showcase

Assistant Museum Registrar Chanelle Mandell catalogs the Buck collection

State of the Art

Inside an unmarked Los Angeles warehouse, a woman wearing disposable purple gloves uses a $300 specialized flashlight to pore over every inch of a crayon portrait. Framed by towering racks of artwork, she’s inspecting and inventorying a long-hidden stash of 3,200 paintings and statues bequeathed toUCI by Orange County developer Gerald Buck. The collection, a […]

UCI receives unparalleled California modern art trove

Rarely seen Buck Collection, ‘greatest ever assembled,’ key to major UCI art center