Artist Laini Nemett works with cardboard models, collage, and large-scale oil paintings to create architectural environments that explore the idea of home in the exhibition, When We Lived Here. Nemett describes her work as a response to, “personal histories as recalled by the buildings that house them…I collage and collapse planes to conjure the passing of time and the generations of lives lived between the aging walls.”
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In the exhibition, Radical Kingdoms, contemporary works are juxtaposed with early practitioners’ works, such as John James Audubon’s The Viviparous Quadrupeds of North America, and lesser-known artists of the time, such as J. Sowerby, Mary Peart, and Georg Dionysius Ehret, in order to highlight artistic similarities and formal shifts away from traditional modes of presentation.
Please join us for an opening reception to celebrate the Mandeville Gallery’s new exhibition, Radical Kingdoms.
Artists in the exhibition include George Boorujy, Portia Munson, Amy Ross, Juan Fontanive, Anne Siems, and works from the Union College Permanent Art Collection by Maria Tomasula and Walton Ford. Wine and light refreshments will be served. Visitors may view the exhibition, located upstairs in the Mandeville Gallery, during the reception. This event is free and open to the public.
Please join us for an Opening Reception to celebrate the Mandeville Gallery’s new exhibition, Charles Steckler: Contrary to What Sometimes Happens. Wine and light refreshments will be served. Visitors may also view the exhibition, located upstairs in the Mandeville Gallery, during the event. This event is free and open to the public.
Charles Steckler is a draughtsman, stage designer, and collage and diorama artist. He combines many different means of manipulating materials, such as assemblage, painting, printmaking and photography to create his artwork.
Please join us for a discussion with female artists from the current Mandeville Gallery exhibition, Recurrence, on Wednesday, April 6th, from 5:00 – 6:30 pm in the Nott Memorial. The talk will begin at 5:30 pm. Wine and light refreshments will be served. This event is free and open to the public.
This event is co-sponsored by the Women’s Committee and the Department of Visual Arts.