Current Exhibitions

Pivotal: HIghlights from the Collection

Exhibition Through February 25, 2018

OCMA has always championed artistic experimentation and innovation through a commitment to showing and collecting the work of dynamic and groundbreaking emerging artists. This installation will reveal how impactful OCMA has been in supporting the careers of some of the most influential artists from this region, often at pivotal moments in their careers.

Pivotal: Highlights from the Collection is organized by OCMA.

Support for the exhibition is provided by The Segerstrom Foundation and OCMA Members.


Images:

Jack Goldstein, Untitled, 1984, acrylic on canvas, OCMA Collection; museum purchase with funds provided through prior gift of Mrs. Ethel Rose. © Jack Goldstein Estate

Catherine Opie, Bo from the series "Being and Having," 1991, type C print, edition 7 of 8, OCMA Collection; museum purchase with funds provided through prior gift of Lois Outerbridge. © Catherine Opie.

Richard Diebenkorn, Ocean Park #36, 1970, oil on canvas, OCMA Collection, gift of David H. Steinmetz. © Richard Diebenkorn Foundation.

Jennifer Steinkamp, Moth 5, 2012, computer generated animation, OCMA Collection, museum purchase with funds provided through the prior gift of Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Redmond. © Jennifer Steinkamp.

Patrick Wilson, Insomniac, 2010; acrylic on canvas; Collection OCMA, Museum purchase with funds provided through the prior gift of the Helen Wilcoxen Memorial Fund.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Jack Goldstein, Untitled, 1984. Collection OCMA. © Jack Goldstein Estate

Catherine Opie, Bo from the series "Being and Having," 1991. Collection OCMA. © Catherine Opie.

Richard Diebenkorn, Ocean Park #36, 1970, Collection OCMA. © The Richard Diebenkorn Foundation

Jennifer Steinkamp, Moth 5, 2012, computer generated animation. OCMA Collection.

Mary Heilmann, Surfing on Acid, 2005. Collection OCMA, Museum purchase. © Mary Heilmann

Patrick Wilson, Insomniac, 2010, Collection OCMA; © Patrick Wilson