CODART DERTIEN Study Trip: program

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Sunday, 31 January 2010: Los Angeles

Check in Hotel Hilgard House 927 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024
T +1 310 208 3945
16:20 Participants assemble in the hotel lobby.
Welcome by Gerdien Verschoor (director, CODART)
16:40-17:00 Walk to the Hotel Palomar
17:00-18.30 Welcome reception (offered by Ferdinand Dorsman [counsellor for press and cultural affairs, Netherlands Cultural Services, New York]) at the Hotel Palomar, BLVD 16 Lounge. 10740 Wilshire Boulevard (at Selby Avenue)
Los Angeles, CA 90024
T +1 310 475 8711
18:30 Individual dinner
Monday, 1 February 2010: Los Angeles
08:15 Participants assemble in the hotel lobby.
08:15-08:50 Travel to the J. Paul Getty Museum
Visit to the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles 1200 Getty Center Drive
Los Angeles CA 90049
T +1 310 440 7300
09:00-09:30 Welcome by David Bomford (acting director). Coffee and pastries (offered by the J. Paul Getty Museum).
09:30-11:00 Preview of the exhibition Drawings by Rembrandt and his pupils: telling the difference with introduction by Lee Hendrix (curator of drawings). Symposium speakers available for questions.
11:00-12:00 Tour Drawing life: the Dutch visual tradition exhibition with Stephanie Schrader (associate curator of drawings).
12:00-13:00 Box lunch
13:00-14:15 Visit to the Getty’s Dutch and Flemish paintings collection with Anne Woollett (associate curator).
14:15-15:00 Visits in groups:
– Paintings Conservation studio with Yvonne Szafran (conservator and acting head of Paintings Conservation)
– Paintings Storage with Anne Woollett
14:35 Groups switch
15:00-17:00 Afternoon program at the Getty Research Institute
15:00-15:10 Welcome by Thomas Gaehtgens (director of the Getty Research Institute) at the GRI Lecture Hall.
15:10-17:00 Visits in groups
– Scholars Program and the Getty Provenance Index with Katja Zelljadt (head, Scholars Program) and Christian Huemer (Getty Provenance Index)
– Dealer archives and resources on the history of collecting with Sally McKay (reference librarian); and rare books and prints with Louis Marchesano (curator of prints and drawings) and Marcia Reed (chief curator)
16:00 Groups switch
17:10 Group travels to the hotel.
19:15 Participants assemble in the lobby.
19:15-19:30 Walk to dinner location
19:30-22:00 Welcome dinner at the Tanino Ristorante Bar 1043 Westwood Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90024
T +1 310 208 0444
Tuesday, 2 February 2010: Los Angeles
08:00 Participants assemble in the lobby.
08:00-08:30 Travel to the J. Paul Getty Museum
08:30-17:30 Symposium Drawings by Rembrandt and his pupils at the J. Paul Getty Museum (offered by the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Royal Netherlands Consulate General in San Francisco).
17:30-19:30 Reception
19:30 Participants return on their own to the hotel.
Individual dinner
Wednesday, 3 February 2010: San Marino and Pasadena
08:45 Participants assemble in the lobby.
08:45-09:45 Travel by bus to San Marino
Visit to The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical gardens 1151 Oxford Road
San Marino, CA 91108
T +1 626 405 2100
10:10-11:00 Tour of the Huntington mansion, viewing of Dutch and Flemish paintings and The Golden Age in the Golden State: Dutch and Flemish prints and drawings from the Huntington and Crocker collections exhibition with Catherine Hess (chief curator of European art).
12:00-13:30 Box lunch at the Huntington and free time to visit the collection, gardens and the exhibition on the history of science (which received the AAM display of the year award in 2008).
14:00-17:00 Visit to Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena 411 West Colorado Boulevard
Pasadena, CA 91105
T +1 626 449 6840
14:00-14:15 Welcome and introduction to the collection by Carol Togneri, senior curator and curatorial staff: Christine Knoke (curator of Indian and Southeast Asian collections); Leah Lehmbeck (curator of 19th century and modern art); Gloria Williams (curator of Old Masters collection).
14:15-17:00 Visit to the permanent collection, special exhibitions including The familiar face: portrait prints by Rembrandt, and the Sculpture garden. Curators available for questions.
15:00, 16:00 Visit in groups:
Viewing of objects from storage, including Rembrandt etchings, Dutch Tulip watercolors, and several Dutch paintings with Gloria Williams.
17:00-18:00 Wine and cheese reception at the Norton Simon (offered by the Museum).
17:45-18:00 Travel by bus to Carol Togneri’s home
18:00-20:15 Informal Mexican dinner at Carol Togneri’s home (offered by Carol Togneri and CODART). 431 West Walnut Street
Pasadena, CA 91103
20:15-21:00 Travel back to hotel by bus
Thursday, 4 February 2010: Los Angeles
08:45 Participants assemble in the hotel lobby.
08:45-09:00 Walk to the Hammer Museum and Grunwald Center
Visit to the Hammer Museum and Grunwald Center 10899 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90024
T +1 310 443 7000
09:00-09:20 Welcome and introduction by Cynthia Burlingham (director of the Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts and deputy director of collections at the Hammer Museum). Coffee and breakfast pastries (offered by the Hammer Museum).
09:20-09:40 Visit to the Rembrandt prints exhibition in the Vault Gallery with Cynthia Burlingham.
09:40-10:30 Visit to the permanent collection with Claudine Dixon, including the viewing of two paintings by Rembrandt, Portrait of a man holding a black hat and Juno.
10:30-11:00 Travel by bus to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)
Visit to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) 5905 Wilshire Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90036
T +323 857 6000
11:30-12:30 Welcome by Patrice Marandel (Robert H. Ahmanson chief curator of European art). Introduction to Dutch and Flemish collection by Amy Walsh (curator); and presentation of recent discoveries from systematic technical examination of Dutch paintings by Joseph Fronek (senior conservator and head, paintings) and Elma O’Donoghue (associate conservator).
12:30-13:30 Box lunch at the director’s lounge (offered by the LACMA)
13:30-15:30 Visit to the Dutch and Flemish collection guided by Amy Walsh, including
viewing of Goltzius’s chiaroscuro woodcuts in the context of Goltzius’s
Danae, as well as Het Konstryk tekenboek van Abraham Bloemaert by
Frederik Bloemaert (on view until 14:30).
15:30-16:30 Free time to visit LACMA’s other collections
16:30-17:00 Travel by bus to Beverly Hills
17:00-18:30 Visit to the private collection of Stewart and Lynda Resnick with Bernard Jazzar (curator). 9481 Sunset Boulevard
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
18:30 Travel back to hotel by bus
Friday, 5 February 2010: San Diego
07:00 Participants meet in the hotel lobby.
07:00-10:00 Travel by bus to San Diego
10:00-11:00 Visit to the Timken Museum and the San Diego Museum of Art. Timken Museum
1500 El Prado (Balboa Park)
San Diego, CA 92101
T +1 619 239 5548
10:00-10:10 Welcome by John Wilson, director, Timken Museum and John Marciari, curator of European Art and head of provenance research, San Diego Museum of Art.
10:10-12:15 Visits in groups:
– Visits to the Timken Museum’s permanent collection and the Rembrandt’s recession: passion and prints in the Dutch Golden Age exhibition with John Wilson. (Catalogue available at the museum shop).
– Visit to the San Diego Museum of Art’s permanent collection and the From Rembrandt’s studio: the prints of Ferdinand Bol exhibition with John Marciari.
San Diego Museum of Art
1450 El Prado (Balboa Park)
San Diego, CA 92101
T +1 619 232 7931
11:10 Groups switch
12:15-14:45 Free time to visit the museums and lunch (suggestions for lunch: SDMA Giuseppe’s café or Prado Restaurant in Balboa Park).
14:45-15:00 Travel by bus to the University of San Diego
Visit to the University of San Diego 5998 Alcalá Park
San Diego, CA 92110
T +1 619 260 4600
15:00-15:15 Welcome and short introduction to the collection and Rubens temporary exhibtion by Victoira Sancho Lobis (curator of print collection and fine art galleries)
15:15-16:45 Visit to the print room and the Prints in the artist’s studio: Rubens’s print collection reconstructed exhibtion
16:45-17:45 Reception (offered by the University of San Diego)
18:00 Travel by bus to Los Angeles
End of program