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No Title, 2011 © Photography by Robert Wedemeyer
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Untitled, 1967 Oil on Plywood 72 X 72 X 72 In. (180 X 180 X 180 Cm). © Chris Burden. Photograph courtesy of the artist.
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Situational Construction for Pomona College, 1969 Balloons, Lead Wire, Plastic Sheeting, Water, and Colored Light. Dimensions Variable. © Hal Glicksman Papers, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, 2009.M.5.
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From series "Mother to Daughter" Photograpghy © China: Insights
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bowrain, 2010 Large Scale Installation, Wood, Wire, Twine, Sound Composition, 6 Audio Speakers, 3 Cd Players, 3 Stereo Amplifiers, Ink on 16mm Film Stock Transferred to Video, 3 Dvd Players, 3 Video Projectors Variable © Steve Roden
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De nada (red, pink, blue) , 2009 Photo Collage on Paper 42x42.5 Inches © Ginny Bishton
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Light Columns, 2009
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Alabama Loyalists, 2005 Mixed Media on Paper 55"x39" © Pomona College Museum of Art
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Home Video II, 2007 (video Still) © Pomona College Museum of Art
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Pomona College Museum of Art
330 N. College Ave. (at the corner of College and Bonita)
Claremont, CA 91711
Venue Type: Museum
QUICK FACTS
Open hours
Tues-Fri 12-5; Sat-Sun 1-5; Thursdays Art After Hours 5-11 p.m. while exhibitions are open
Phone
(909) 621-8283
Fax
(909) 621-8989
Cost
Free and open to the public. For more information, contact Museum Coordinator, Justine Bae at 909-607-7543 or justine.bae@pomona.edu.
DESCRIPTION

The Pomona College Museum of Art is a teaching museum dedicated to making the visual arts an essential part of the experience of all Pomona College students. The Museum of Art’s exhibition program highlights, on a rotating basis, high-quality exhibitions that are broad-ranging, diverse, and balanced in their exploration of contemporary art, historic art examined through the lens of the present, a variety of artistic mediums, a diverse range of content, and a range of cultural and social positions. Artists are integrally engaged in many aspects of the Museum’s programs. Many if not most of the exhibitions are accompanied by scholarly publications.

All exhibitions are free and open to the public. Receptions, lectures, gallery talks, and a range of programs connect exhibitions to the College and community.