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||Save the Date! Summer 2013 Exhibitions Opening Reception --7/12 5:30 - 7:30 pm
Come and enjoy an opening reception for 3 new exhibitions at the Art, Design, and Architecture Museum: Peake/Picasso, Goya: Disasters of War, and Unbuilt UCSB.
Peake/Picasso looks at the unique friendship between two artists: Channing Peake (1910–1989) and Pablo
Picasso (1881–1973). Through photographs, prints, sculptures, drawings, paintings and ephemera from the
1940s–60s the exhibition will examine similarities in their artistic practices and lay bare their playful camaraderie.
Their shared love of abstraction and an interest in the American west served as an important lynchpin in their
Y no hay remedio: Francisco Goya’s Disasters of War: The University of California San Diego has
lent the print series, a gift of Robert and Karen Hoehn, for the exhibition. Goya completed the eighty etchings
in the series from 1810 to 1823, in different printing techniques including engraving and drypoint. While
most of the prints were made during the Napoleonic occupation of Spain and the subsequent decade, the
images were published thirty years after Goya’s death, likely because of their controversial anti-war subjects.
The first forty-seven prints represent gruesome war atrocities, while the second group of seventeen prints
includes scenes of famine. Goya’s famous Caprichos, allegorical images that criticize the restored Spanish
monarchy, make up the final fifteen prints. In Disasters of War, Goya’s meditative focus on each bleak tableau
expresses his disillusionment with the evolution of Enlightenment values after the foreign occupation of his
country, while remaining the highly personal and intimate records of a witness to violence.
“Unbuilt UCSB” displays architectural designs created for the University of California, Santa
Barbara (UCSB) campus, which were never constructed or have yet to be completed. Organized
by Tara Kopp ’13, political science and art history undergraduate.
For more information on these exhibits, please visit: http://www.museum.ucsb.edu/exhibitions/upcoming#picassopeake. The exhibitions run July 13 - September 22, 2013.
Presented by : Art, Design & Architecture Museum
Venue : Art, Design & Architecture Museum
Contact: Elyse Gonzales (805) 893-5299 Email