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2003 Exhibits

Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism

November 15, 2003 - February 15, 2004

Social Strategies: Redefining Social Realism introduces tendencies in contemporary art that redefine social realism and examines ways in which contempoary artist have used art as a platform to air their views, peresonal politics, and visionary alternatives.  This renewed social praxis will be explord by works in a broad range of media form internationally renowned contemporary artists, including: Tracy Emin, Gilbert & George, Nan Goldin, Felix Gonzàlez-Torres, Jenny Holzer, Barbara Kruger, Wolfgang Laib, Neo Rauch, Sam Taylor-Wood, and Sue Williams.

All-Campus Student Exhibition

December 4 - 14, 2003

An annual juried exhibition of art created by students from the entire DePauw campus.

Faculty Exhibition

October 15 - November 23, 2003

An exhibition featuring the work of DePauw University Studio Art professors.

Adams, Forsyth and Steele: Indiana Paintings from the Lilly Endowment Collection

July 26 - October 12, 2003

This exhibition highlights works by J. Ottis Adams, William Forsyth and T.C. Steele--the three most prominent members of the Hoosier Group, which also includes the Paris-trained artist Otto Stark and the self-taught painter Richard Gruelle.  Adams, Forsyth and Steele features familiar Indiana landscapes rendered by these accomplished artists, including tranquil scenes from Brown County and Butler's Hill, as well as paintings representing the artist's travels outside of Indiana.

This exhibition is supported by a grant from the Lilly Endowment Inc. and is organized by the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

Terra Firma: Contemporary Indiana Artists Paint the Landscape

August 5 - October 7, 2003

Contemporary interpretations of the landscape by Indiana artists Barry Gealt, William Itter, Marc Jacobson, Tim Kennedy, Al Pounders and Bonnie Sklarski.  Guest curated by Professor Robert Kingsley.

Reflections: Recent Work by Yves Paquette

September 3 - October 5, 2003

Paquette creates installations in which objects function as universal, cross-cultural symbols and icons representing a multitude of everyday, societal experiences and relationships.

Dale Enochs: Recent Limestone Sculpture

September 3 - October 5, 2003

Enochs, a sculptor who works primarily with Indiana limestone, is the Lee G. Hall Distinguished Visiting Professor of Art at DePauw for the fall semester.