The Barry Berkus Family Collection

Description

The Barry Berkus Family Collection contributes to the strength of the Museum's holdings of twentieth century works on paper. Made in 2006, the Berkus gift provided the museum with twenty-one works on paper by artists working primarily in the United States in the 1980s and 1990s, including: Robert Motherwell, William Wegman, Robert Rauschenberg, and Carrie Mae Weems. Berkus, an architect who worked in Southern California, designed the UC Santa Barbara’s Mosher Alumni Building.

Collection Items

STORM, Clinton 
Untitled, 1987

Untitled

SCHAFFNER, Ruth
Untitled

LACK, Stephen
Party Girl (Little Lulu Slut)

LACK, Stephen
Fear of Winter

Cherries

STORM, Clinton
Untitled

AMICO, David
Untitled

ARNOLDI, Charles
Untitled

BECK, Martin
Untitled

BECK, Martin
Untitled

BECK, Martin
Untitled

BECK, Martin
Untitled

BECK, Martin
Untitled

COLE, Max
Untitled

HAMBLETON, Mary
Untitled

MESSER, Sam
Untitled

MESSER, Sam
Untitled

MOTHERWELL, Robert
Beau Geste Suite: Beau Geste V

PULS, Lucy
Ursa Minor (Little Bear)

RAUSCHENBERG, Robert
Horsefeathers 13 - XIV

SPENCE, Andrew
Untitled

SPENCE, Andrew
Untitled

WEEMS, Carrie Mae
Untitled (See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil)

WILEY, William
Eerie Grotto? Okini

WEEMS, Carrie Mae
Untitled (See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil)
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