You’re invited

NUMU exhibition premiere | A Call to Collect



Thursday, January 26, 2017  |  7:00pm – 9:00pm

We invite you to join us for an exclusive reception for the premiere of A Call to Collect, featuring artwork from the collections of three prominent local collectors.

The evening will be filled with many surprises including a live performance by one of our newest community partners. Light snacks and wine will also be served.

A Call to Collect runs through June 4, 2017.

Please RSVP by January 20, 2017.
We look forward to seeing you at NUMU!


(left to right): Mayumi OdaEarth Ship, 1976. Edition 12/100. Original silkscreen print on paper, 38.5 X 26”, Collection of Kumiko Iwasawa; Marilyn MinterSatiated, 2003. C-print, 51 x 38 inches, Collection of Wanda Kownacki; Adrianne SmitsMad River Early Spring II, 2011. Watercolor and gauche on paper. 15 X 22”, Collection of Jan Schwartz

This exhibition is made possible by our generous sponsors:
Cultivator Level – The Whitney Education Foundation, Los Altos Hills 
Enthusiast Level – Whitney Modern, Los Gatos
Additional Support – The Alarm Company


is delighted to announce

Edo-Pop Exhibition 2016: Tracing Resonance

High Definition of Ukiyo-e

October 29th – November 26th, 2016
Reception: sushi and sake tasting
Saturday, October 29th, 2 – 4 pm
Purchase tickets ($25) at


State of the Art Digital Technology has contracted with various Museums to trace original works, and create the most unique replica that can’t be detected by the human eye.
These pieces are now available in grand sizes and will make the modern office pop with a sublime cultural twist. 

This exhibition presents a selection of works by Hokusai, Hiroshige and others (produced during Japan’s Edo period 1600–1868) from the Hiraki Ukiyo-e Collection

■Digital Acquisition
The Digital Imaging Systems developed by Hitachi and Hibiya Computer Systems, has the mission of spreading the “beauty and excitement” of precious paintings and cultural heritage to the whole world as well as handing it over to future generations. It is highly acclaimed in terms of digital repair and restoration in Japan as well as overseas. This technology has been utilized in many restoration and archiving projects of cultural properties including “Uffizi Museum” and “Picture Scrolls of The Tale of Genji.”

For more information go to

Samples of the exhibition