Unbecoming

This year’s Yale MFA graduating class for Photography is excited to announce their thesis show: Unbecoming. The August 11th showing is a special showcase for Yale alumni and their guests. The show will feature: Dannielle Bowman Jennifer Calivas Penn Chan Jillian Freyer Kathryn Harrison Lacey Lennon Luke Libera Moore Evelyn Pustka Dan Swindel

A Day’s Dust

Claudia Cortinez MFA’13 and Alva Mooses MFA’13 have been featured, with support from Studio 17, in the Tou Trykk gallery in Norway. As quoted from the gallery: “Claudia’s sculptural and photographic casts bring the eye to repeated perforations on concrete, building walls, the ground we stand on. The pressure of bodies and machines cast these patterns, making light what is embedded around us. …

Counterfeit Currency

The FLAG Art Foundation was pleased to announced their newest installation: Counterfeit Currency by Genevieve Gaignard MFA’14. The exhibition features the intersection of gender, race, beauty standards, and class in multiple staged settings. Her photos explore what female archetypes truly are and what their existence means for multiracial women like herself. The exhibition pushes the boundaries of identity and questions the meaning …

Made in LA 2018

Every two years, UCLA’s Hammer Museum hosts the Made in LA gallery, which showcases artists from around the LA area. Engaged in contemporary culture, the thirty-two artists showcased in this year’s display  grapple a variety of engaging topics, from marginalization to capitalism. The gallery features multiple Yale School of Art alumni: Charles Long MFA’88, Nancy Lupo MFA’11, Aaron Fowler MFA’14, Lauren Halsey MFA’14, …

Do Ho Suh @ Victoria Miro

Do Ho Suh MFA’97 will be featured in an exhibition at the Galleria Victoria Miro in Venice. His works on display are part of his ongoing Rubbing/Loving project, which takes objects lined with paper, interconnects them, and rubs them with oil pastels. According to the gallery, the works “exist at the boundary of drawing and sculpture,” as his whimsical, “rational yet …