The Private is Political: Dhea Kothari
Union College junior Dhea Kothari’s oil paintings honor the history of Indian miniature painting, while telling the story of her generation through political examinations of contemporary Indian society.
An Incomplete Narrative: Works by Kaitlynn BlowAn Incomplete Narrative: Works by Kaitlynn Blow February 21st, 2020 – March 22nd, 2021 In celebration of the 50th Year of Women at Union College, the Wikoff Student Gallery will be producing exhibitions this year which focus on female-empowering themes. Through...
The Weight of This: Femininity and Sexual Assault on Campus
This fall, student artists Lilith Haig (Class of 2021) and Tina Tully (Class of 2021) seek to explore perceptions of femininity and sexual assault in their exhibition, The Weight of This, which will be on view September 7, 2019 through February 7, 2020.
Pictures at an Exhibition: A Printmaking SuitePictures at an Exhibition: A Printmaking Suite April 5th – June 17th, 2019 The suite of prints exhibited here in the Wikoff Student Gallery spring from a collaboration with Stefan Kießling, a visiting musician from Germany, and the students in the Printmaking:...
Wherever the Mushrooms Grow: Natalya Brill
Union College senior, Natalya Brill presents a harmony of discord in her solo exhibition at the Wikoff Student Gallery. Using incongruous phrases combined with digitally altered drawings, she creates a curious, ambiguous ether for viewers to meander through. Brill encourages viewers to disassemble the pairings, and consider both what they see initially, and what can be extracted by separating the written and visual elements.