The UC Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAMPFA) will mount an exhibition of work by Irwin Kremen, who is widely acclaimed for his intricate abstract collages. Irwin Kremen / MATRIX 265 will encompass 23 works that span 40 years of Kremen’s creative practice. The exhibition marks the latest installment in BAMPFA’s MATRIX Program—a series that connects Bay Area audiences to important work by exceptional contemporary artists. Organized by BAMPFA Director and Chief Curator Lawrence Rinder, the exhibition will be on view from April 26 through August 27, 2017.
Press Release August 8, 2017
Irwin Kremen / MATRIX 265 April 26 through August 27
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