Sargent Claude Johnson Exhibition
- Tuesday, Feb 27th, 2024 to Monday, May 20th, 2024
Sargent Claude Johnson (1888-1967) was the first Black modernist on the West Coast to gain national acclaim. Johnson's career was devoted to sensitive, ennobling portrayals of people of color. The Huntington's important collection by the artist as well as key loans from institutional and private collections, some not seen publicly in decades will now be displayed. The exhibit will take place in the MaryLou and George Boone Gallery.
Photo credit to The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens.
Plan Your Visit
Advanced tickets are required for all visitors Friday-Sunday. Capacity limited daily. Reservations strongly recommended for weekdays. Members are free and are not required to make reservations Monday-Thursday.
Open 10 am - 5 pm every day except closed on Tuesday. Parking is free.
No picnicking is allowed in the gardens. There are several cafes open serving fresh grab-and-go options and beverages including wine and beer.