Calendar

July 29, 2023–March 4, 2024 | An exhibition of screen prints by artist R.B. Kitaj (1932–2007), the newly acquired works depict hyperrealistic replicas of well-loved book covers exploring the intersection between literary and visual arts.

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Oct. 7, 2023–May 27, 2024 | This exhibition examines the ways painting manuals published in the 17th and 18th centuries used innovative printing methods to introduce the techniques, history, and appreciation of painting to widening audiences in early modern China.

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Nov. 11, 2023–Nov. 30, 2025 | Renowned American artist Betye Saar’s large-scale work “Drifting Toward Twilight”—recently commissioned by The Huntington—is a site-specific installation that features a 17-foot-long vintage wooden canoe and found objects, including birdcages, antlers, and natural materials harvested by Saar from The Huntington’s grounds.

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Dec. 2, 2023–March 18, 2024 | Drawn from the collection of Sandra and Bram Dijkstra, “Art for the People” explores paintings created in the United States between the 1929 stock market crash and World War II.

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Enjoy a sea of Aloe flowers blooming now throughout the California Garden, Desert Garden, and Cycad Garden near The Huntington Art Gallery.

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Ornamental fruit trees—including apricots, cherries, and peaches—are blooming now in the Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden, and near the MaryLou and George Boone Gallery.

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Explore acres of eye-catching camellias, blooming now in the Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden, and North Vista.

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See spectacular winter-flowering Magnolias in the Chinese Garden, Japanese Garden, North Vista, and Rose Garden.

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Feb. 17–May 20, 2024 | This exhibition of 43 works is dedicated to the work of Sargent Claude Johnson, the California artist whose uplifting portrayals of people of color made him the West Coast’s key connection to the Harlem Renaissance.

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This two-day conference explores the deep cultural connection between photography and the Western environment and a reexamination through the lens of its environmental repercussions.

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