A collection of more than 70 wood engravings, this exhibit provides a broad retelling of the Civil War, which is commemorating its 150th anniversary this year. The exhibition was co-curated by Marie Costello, Interim Director of the Mandeville Gallery, Andrea Foroughi, professor of history, and Joseph Privitera, ’12.
This exhibition contains 37 paintings from the Robert Lesser Collection of Pulp Fiction Art and is on loan from the New Britain Museum of American Art. The collection is a promised gift to The New Britain Museum. The paintings, roughly 30” x 40”, were done as covers to the “pulp fiction” genre of the 1930’s and 1940’s.
The Mandeville Gallery is pleased to host the third annual Union College Senior Invitational. The Invitational exhibition is open to all graduating senior artists who successfully fulfill a series of application procedures.
The exhibition BULL’S-EYE: New Photographs by Martin Benjamin includes a selection of photographs by Martin Benjamin, Professor of Visual Art at Union College. The works included in the exhibition are an exploration of Benjamin’s experience as an artist living locally and abroad in Italy and Vietnam, evoking both nostalgic and emotional responses to the people and environments he encounters.
Of Weeds and Wildness: Nature in Black & White is a group exhibition featuring work by over a dozen artists including Louise Bourgeois, Lee Bontecou, Arnold Bittleman, Harold Edgerton, William Kentridge, Kiki Smith, and James Siena, among others.