Join renowned Bay Area artist Paul Kos for an afternoon of petanque—a French boules sport that has played a role in his artistic practice for decades. Kos will deliver a brief lecture about his relationship with the game—and its role in the creation of his masterpiece Chartes Blue (1982-86)—before re-dedicating his site-specific his site-specific installation Zizi Va (1994), a functioning petanque court which has been newly refurbished for ongoing public use. Finally, Kos and guests will participate in a rousing tournament, competing for a golden ball adorned with Kos’ signature. Laissez les bon temps rouler!
Adia Millett is truly a “force of nature.” Her work invites us into a vibrant universe teeming with forms that have been fragmented, deconstructed and reassembled—a world in constant flux, awash with the possibility of transformative change. Over the last year, Millett spent countless hours wandering di Rosa’s 217 acres, collecting leaves, feathers and visual impressions that […]