SAN DIEGO, CA.-The San Diego Museum of Art presents Tracking and Tracing: Contemporary Acquisitions 20002005, on view through July 9, 2006. This exhibition consists of approximately 80 works, plus a video program, that have come into the San Diego Museum of Arts collection through purchase or donation from 2000 to 2005. The goal of the exhibition is to track recent institutional history as represented in the acquisition strategies implemented in the last five yearsduring which time SDMAs contemporary collection has grown greatlyand to trace the links between and across these new additions to the collection. Demonstrating one of the Museums collection priorities in contemporary art, the exhibition presents works by artists from California and Mexico, including examples by Uta Barth, Pae White, John MacCracken, Doris Bittar, and Tania Candiani. Also on display are works that document exhibitions organized by SDMA, including Regina Franks complete installation, Whiteness in Decay, from Contemporary Links I (2003).