Fodor's Expert Review BAMPFA (Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive)

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This combined art museum, repertory movie theater, and film archive, known for its extensive collection of some 28,000 works of art and 18,000 films and videos, is now also home to the world's largest collection of African American quilts, thanks to the bequest of art scholar Eli Leon. Artworks span five centuries and include modernist notables Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, David Smith, and Hans Hofmann. The Pacific Film Archive includes the largest selection of Japanese films outside Japan and specializes in international films, offering regular screenings, programs, and performances.

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2155 Center St.
Berkeley, California  94720, USA


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Rate Includes: $14; free 1st Thurs. of month, Closed Mon. and Tues.

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