David Park: 7x7 - Seven Special Guests, Seven Minutes Each

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David Park: 7x7 - Seven Special Guests, Seven Minutes Each
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May 11, 2021 May 11, 2021 1440 https://www.gatherlearning.com/classes/david-park-7x7-seven-special-guests-seven-minutes-each David Park: 7x7 - Seven Special Guests, Seven Minutes Each Brought to you by San Francisco Museum of Modern Art + Gather
May 11, 2021
12:00 am

In this online program, our seven distinguished guests have the (virtual) floor for seven minutes each to reflect on a work by the late David Park (1911–1960), best known as the originator of Bay Area Figurative Art. Speakers include: Helen Park Bigelow, daughter of David Park; author of the memoir “David Park, Painter: Nothing Held Back"; Nancy Boas, author of the biography “David Park: A Painter’s Life”; Gretchen Diebenkorn Grant, daughter of artist Richard Diebenkorn; Corey Keller, curator of photography, SFMOMA; exhibition catalogue contributor; Francis Mill, artist; gallerist at Hackett Mill, representing the estate of David Park; Belinda Tate, executive director, Kalamazoo Institute of the Arts; Wayne Thiebaud, artist; and Janet Bishop (moderator), Thomas Weisel Family Chief Curator and Curator of Painting and Sculpture, SFMOMA; lead curator of “David Park: A Retrospective."

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