Beside the Edge of the World
Strange Creature by Nina Katchadourian is a koi-shaped sculpture installed in the Chinese Garden lake.
Dana Johnson and Delilah Beasley
Author Dana Johnson explores the work of Delilah Beasley, historian and columnist who wrote Negro Trail Blazers of California.
News Release - Exhibition Takes a Fresh Look at 'Utopia' with New Works
Exhibition takes a fresh look at 'Utopia' with new works that engage with The Huntington's collections.
Utopia is Nowhere
Artist Rosten Woo talks about his desire to create artistic works that help people reorient themselves to place.
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Support for this exhibition is provided by the Mike Kelley Foundation for the Arts, the Philip and Muriel Berman Foundation, the Pasadena Art Alliance, and WHH Foundation.
Beside the Edge of the World is a Huntington Centennial Exhibition. The Huntington's Centennial Celebration is made possible by the generous support of Avery and Andrew Barth, Terri and Jerry Kohl, and Lisa and Tim Sloan.
About the /five initiative
2019: Beside the Edge of the World
2018: Rituals of Labor and Engagement
2017: COLLECTION/S: WCCW/five at The Huntington
2016: Orbit Pavilion
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As part of the exhibition, Dana Johnson created a limited-edition publication, Trailblazer: Delilah Beasley’s California, that imagines the life of Delilah Beasley in early 20th-century California. Buy