Men Of Change

Troy Michie MFA’11 and Mario Moore MFA’13 are featured in Men of Change: Power. Triumph. Truth., part of the Smithsonian SITES traveling exhibition. It is currently in Cincinnati. The description from the gallery: Have you seen them? You see them. Bold. Powerful. Tragic. Beautiful. And true. They are icons with warrior roots. They are trees of knowledge. Legends of the past, …

Rumors of War

Kehinde Wiley’s MFA’01 first monumental public sculpture, Rumors of War, will be on display this fall on the Broadway Plaza between 46th and 47th Streets. According to the presenters, Mounted proudly on its large stone pedestal, Wiley’s monumental bronze sculpture, Rumors of War, is the artist’s direct response to the ubiquitous Confederate sculptures that populate the United States, particularly in …

Anoka Faruqee & David Driscoll: Relative Brightness

Anoka Faruqee, Director of Graduate Studies in Painting and Printmaking, is featured in the Koenig & Clinton Gallery in Brooklyn. As described by the gallery’s press release: Koenig & Clinton is delighted to begin the fall season with Anoka Faruqee & David Driscoll’s Relative Brightness. Faruqee & Driscoll have been collaborators since 2012; this will be their first solo exhibition as …

William T. Williams: Recent Paintings

William T. Williams MFA ’68 is featured in a solo exhibition at the Michael Rosenfeld Gallery in New York City. His recent works were described by the gallery: The work of William T. Williams resonates with cultural history and personal memories of a childhood spent in the urban environments of New York as well as the southern landscapes of rural …

Stuff Matters

Jessica Stockholder MFA’85 has been featured by the Centraal Museum in Utrecht, Netherlands. In collaboration with the museum, she has curated a body of works to display. This curation includes some of her own works and many of the museum’s collections. As stated by the museum, This summer, Centraal Museum is in the hands of Jessica Stockholder (1959). Let her …

Sieze, Weave Space

Shiela Hicks MFA’59 is featured in an exhibition in Dallas, Texas at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Their fluffy artwork has been shown around the world from Israel to many American cities. This exhibition is the first that has an outdoor section. According to the Center, Hicks also commandeers innovative, industrially perfected fibers in her sculpture. Unique for their heightened colors …

Ltd Los Angeles at NADA House Governor’s Island

Ilana Savdie MFA’18 is featured at Ltd Los Angeles at NADA House Governor’s Island. Her fashion-based exhibition is part of a larger New Art Dealer Association exhibition, featuring new artists from around the country. According to the NADA, NADA House, the organization’s second off-site exhibition on Governors Island, features 45 artists from NADA Member galleries and non-profits in a new, …

In and Out of Place

John Moore MFA’68 is featured in an exhibition at the Addison Gallery of American Art in Andover, Massachusetts. Moore’s artwork explores the idea of space and place in his cityscapes–according to the gallery: What is place? Is it a set of discrete coordinates fixed in space or something less concrete, something harder to define? Drawn from the Addison’s rich holdings …

A Life of Beloved Imagery

Deborah Curtiss MFA’61 is featured in a solo exhibition at the Aljoya Thornton Place. Her muted yet colorful paintings feature a variety of scenes, from still-life paintings to nude figures. Her recent works include CHRYSALIS and ARS LONGA: broken-up figures sprawled across a sea of watercolors. Her works will be on display through September.

Do Ho Suh

Do Ho Suh MFA’97 is featured in the Museum Voorlinden in a solo exhibition titled Do Ho Suh. The exhibition is Suh’s first solo exhibition in the Netherlands. The South Korean artist designs architectural installations which, according to the gallery, “evoke the personal memories and inner experiential world of the viewer.” He is interested in the idea of the home and …