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2009 Exhibits

Melissa Pokorny: Ultra

January 28 - March 1, 2009

Melissa Pokorny's idiosyncratic sculptural works wryly explore the delicate and transient relationships between the natural and the artificial, order and chaos, and high art and kitsch. 

American Art From the Permanent  Collection

January 28 - May 10, 2009

An exhibition featuring highlights of American Art - from the mid-19th century through the current day - from the University's collection.

[RE]WIND 4.0: Contemporary Video Art,2000-2009

January 28 - May 10, 2009

The first installment in a four-part series of exhibitions that present a survey of contemporary video art, from its beginnings in the 1960s through the current day.

Participating artists include:

Nevin Aladag, Carlos Amorales, David Claerbout, Joan Jonas
William Kentridge, Julia Meltzer and David Thorne with Rami Farah, Oliver Michaels and Pipilotti Rist.White Noise

 

White Noise

February 17 - May 10, 2009

An exhibition featuring the work of contemporary artists who, by engaging a wide range of conceptual strategies – and the reductive sensibility of Minimalism – create works that problematize the mediated experience of representation by challenging notions of perception.

Participating artists include:

Waltercio Caldas, Gabriel de la Mora, Stephen Irwin, Marco Maggi, Letitia Quesenberry, Regina Silveira and Robert Yoder.

 

Chris Gentile: Always The Sun

March 11 - April 12, 2009

New York-based artist Chris Gentile's work - a hybrid of sculpture and photography - probes the indexical gaps between things and their depictions, and explores the ways that photographic mediation disrupts our understanding of sculptural objects.
 

2009 Senior Art Exhibition

 April 23 - May 17, 2009

 An exhibition featuring the work of graduating studio art majors.  The 2009 Senior Art Exhibition are free and open to the public.

Meredith Brickell

September 9 - October 16, 2009

Meredith Brickell’s hand-built ceramic forms examine the public and private, and evoke both the vastness of a landscape, and the objects that shapes one's experience of place.

 

How Soon Is Now: Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection

September 8 - May 11, 2010

A selection of works in a wide range of media and forms that highlight the diverse formal, material and conceptual approaches to art-making and the perpetually shifting nature of contemporary art.

Sonja Hinrichsen

November 4 - December 11, 2009

Sonja Hinrichsen's multi-media installations map the cultural, social and historical aspects of natural, urban and industrial environments.