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Cantor Arts Center  The Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University strives to make art accessible and engaging for all.

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Who, where, when, why and most importantly “what” is African art? “In Dialogue: African Arts” opens at the Cantor Arts Center on Sept. 30. This exhibition offers an opportunity to reflect on how one identifies an African artist, what types of expressions constitute “African art,” and how the ideas and categories that shape our understanding of African art are constructed. #cantorartscenter #artofafrica #artafrica #stanfordarts .
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Julien Sinzogan (Benin, b. 1957), Memories, 2009. Ink on paper. Museum purchase made possible by the Phyllis Wattis Program Fund
Egyptian artist, New Kingdom, Face from outer coffin, 16th century – 13th century BCE (c. 1550 – 1295 BCE). Wood and pigment. Stanford Family Collections

The Russians are coming! "The Crown under the Hammer: Russia, Romanovs, Revolution” exhibition opens Oct. 19 at both the Hoover Institution and the Cantor Arts Center. Works on view range from easel paintings that reflect the Russian elite’s enormous affluence and respect for tradition, to mass-produced posters and printed matter that exemplify the Soviet regime’s forward-looking perspective and revolutionary agenda. #cantorartscenter #hooverinstitute #russianrevolution #stanfordarts
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Johann Baptist von Lampi “The Elder” (1751–1830), Portrait of Catherine II, circa 1790. Oil on canvas. Nikolai Aleksandrovich Bazili papers, Hoover Institution Archives
Nikolai Nikolaevich Glebov-Putilovskii (1883–1948), Title page for Foto-ocherk po istorii Velikoi Oktiabr’skoi revoliutsii (1917–1920 g.g.) [A Photographic Essay on the History of the Great October Revolution, 1917–1920], 1920. Illustrated book. Hoover Institution Library

“In Dialogue: African Arts” opens at the Cantor Arts Center Sept 30. Take a look at our behind-the-scenes preparation #cantorartscenter #artofafrica #maasai
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Various Maasai artists (Maasai peoples, Tanzania), Initiated man (“ilmurran”) ceremonial ensemble 2013. Various materials including glass beads, leather, and metal. Museum purchase made possible by the Phyllis Wattis Program Fund.

Thank You #ninakatchadourian for helping all of us at the Cantor Arts Center to #getcuriouser #cantortakeover #talkingpopcorn

Nina Katchadourian, Day 5 #cantortakeover #ninakatchadourian #getcuriouser
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"Paint many, many layers thick being scraped off outlet-to properly power Talking Popcorn"

Nina Katchadourian, Day 3
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“Al Lewis performs surgery on ‘Songs of the Islands’ in the conservation studio"

Nina Katchadourian, Day 3
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“It's getting Curiouser still”

Nina Katchadourian, Day 2
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"I love art handlers and their tricks. Here is a great way of catching dust when you drill a hole: the tape hammock!"

Nina Katchadourian, Day 2
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"Godzilla has entered the building"

Nina Katchadourian, Day 1 #cantortakeover #ninakatchadourian #getcuriouser
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“My first banner”

Check in Monday when @cantorarts Instagram account is in the hands of Nina Katchadourian as she prepares for her show at the Cantor Arts Center!
#getcuriouser #ninakatchadourian #talkingpopcorn
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Nina Katchadourian (U.S.A., b. 1968), Sugar Fox, 2011. From “Seat Assignment” project, 2010–ongoing. C-print. Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin; gift of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco. Image courtesy of the artist and Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco

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