Michaëla Mohrmann, photo courtesy of Michaëla Mohrmann; Maurice Braun, <em>Summer's Sycamores</em>, after 1909, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 in. UCI Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art, Gift of The Irvine Museum, photo courtesy of the Balboa Art Conservation Center
Michaëla Mohrmann, photo courtesy of Michaëla Mohrmann; Maurice Braun, Summer's Sycamores, after 1909, Oil on canvas, 25 x 30 in. UCI Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art, Gift of The Irvine Museum, photo courtesy of the Balboa Art Conservation Center

Gallery Talk

Gallery Talk with Assistant Curator Michaëla Mohrmann, PhD

March 2, 2024

This program is presented in conjunction with the exhibition Spiritual Geographies: Religion and Landscape Art, 1890- 1930 on view March 2 - June 8, 2024.

Join exhibition curator Michaëla Mohrmann on opening day for a walkthrough of the exhibition.
Following the program, Michaëla will be available in the gallery to answer questions and speak with visitors and program attendees.

DATE: March 2, 2024
TIME: 11 am
VENUE: 18881 Von Karman Avenue, Irvine, 92612 | Airport Tower Conference Room
PARKING: Airport Tower parking structure. Parking is free with validation.

This program is free and open to all. Advance registration is not required.
Gallery stools are available in the museum.
Please email imca@uci.edu with questions or requests for accommodations.

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About the Curator
Michaëla Mohrmann is assistant curator at UCI Langson Institute and Museum of California Art. She holds a BA in art history from Harvard University and a PhD in art history from Columbia University, where she studied modern and contemporary art with an emphasis on Latin American and Latinx art. Her writings have been featured in ArtMargins, Artforum, MoMA Post: Notes on Art in a Global Context, ArtAsiaPacific, and ICAA Documents of Latin American and Latino Art as well as several exhibition catalogues, including most recently New York: 1962- 64, Wifredo Lam: The Imagination at Work and Prabhavathi Meppayil.

About Langson IMCA
Langson IMCA explores and celebrates artists and their capacity to develop new forms and ideas in response to the California experience. It collects, conserves, and generates scholarship for modern and contemporary art inspired by the State’s diverse societal, cultural, and natural environments. As an institution dedicated to becoming the epicenter of California Art, Langson IMCA presents programming that strives to provoke questions around an expansive understanding of art making inspired by the Golden State.