The Perpetual Subject
Feb 13—Mar 3 2017
Hamilton, Arronson Galleries and President's Office
The University of the Arts is pleased to present works by faculty and alumni, focusing on the figure as a central subject. The exhibition, curated by Laura Frazure, includes a range of media and formats, including sculpture, painting, drawing, photography and stained glass. Addressing the long history of figurative studies at UArts, The Perpetual Subject celebrates the rich variety of contemporary expressions, including public works, situated north and south of the Hamilton Hall entry.
Artist’s Lecture: Louis Marinaro, Thursday, February 16, 2017, 10am, CBS Auditorium
Opening Reception and Book Signing: Thursday, February 16, 2017, 5-7pm
Roberto Osti will sign copies of his recently published anatomy book, Basic Human Anatomy, An Essential Visual Guide for Artists.
Charles Browning, Eoin Burke BFA '07 (Sculpture), John Carlano BFA '78 (Photography), Harvey Citron, Charles Cooper BFA '88 (Illustration), Larry Day, Jim Dessicino BFA '07 (Sculpture), Scott Donahue BFA '73 (Sculpture), Walter Erlebacher, Laura Frazure BFA '86 (Sculpture), Natalie Charkow Hollander, John Horn BFA '75 (Sculpture), Elsa Johnson, Louis Marinaro BFA '74 (Sculpture), Anne Massoni, Tom Miles BFA '75 (Sculpture), Roberto Osti, Leo Robinson, Judith Schaechter, Anthony Visco BFA '70 (Sculpture)
Above: Untitled, Larry DayHamilton Hall
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