Upcoming Exhibitions

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Exhibitions are generally planned about two years in advance and will be listed here as soon as the exhibition dates and venue, as well as most other details, are confirmed.
Luo Biwu, War in Bag, 2009, silkscreen print. Courtesy of the artist

SEEING IS BELIEVING: Crossings and Transpositions, Part II

Walsh Gallery

January 21 - March 5, 2022

This exhibition, organized by Professor of Studio Art Jo Yarrington, features work by five contemporary Chinese artists: He Jiancheng, Xiao Yao Ning, Luo Biwu, Zuo Zeng Yao and Zhang Zeng Min. Yarrington travelled to China in 2016 with four other American artists, where they presented Part I of this international exchange.

Image: Luo Biwu, War in Bag, 2009, silkscreen print. Courtesy of the artist

Scholar’s rock, ca. 18th century, stone, wood base. Lent by Jane and Leopold Swergold

ink/stone

Walsh Gallery

January 21 – March 5, 2022

Curated by Ive Covaci, PhD, this exhibition will feature some 15 contemporary Chinese paintings and works on paper, presented together with stone sculpture, including a scholar’s rock. By showing late 20th and 21st century works inspired by traditional Chinese artistic subjects of rocks and mountains, ink/stone will investigate how contemporary artists deploy, evoke and transform this motif, using a range of media from ink on paper to oil on canvas.

Image: Scholar’s rock, ca. 18th century, stone, wood base. Lent by Jane and Leopold Swergold

Adger Cowans, Egg Nude, 1958, silver gelatin print. Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York. © Adger Cowans

Adger Cowans: Sense and Sensibility

Bellarmine Hall Galleries

January 28 – June 18, 2022

Curated by Halima Taha, PhD, this exhibition will explore how Adger Cowans uses photography as a vehicle to articulate the beauty within the human condition and the world in which we live. The relationship between the intellect, emotion and soul relies on a philosophical and visual aesthetic in tangible and ephemeral manifestations. Through the photographic medium, Cowan's sensorial perceptions in urban, natural and unexpected environments universalize the particular experience of bearing witness to the world that shapes the sum of our experiences.

 Image: Adger Cowans, Egg Nude, 1958, silver gelatin print. Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York. © Adger Cowans

Larry Silver, Sunset at Sherwood Island State Park, Westport, CT, 1978. Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York © Larry Silver

13 Ways of Looking at Landscape: Larry Silver's Connecticut Photographs

Walsh Gallery

March 25 – June 18, 2022

Photographer and Photo League member Larry Silver moved to Westport, CT in 1973 and with his camera, began exploring its regional environs, and pushing the boundaries of what landscape is. This exhibition, curated by Leslie K. Brown, PhD, will bring together over 40 years of Silver's work made of and in

Image: Larry Silver, Sunset at Sherwood Island State Park, Westport, CT, 1978. Courtesy of the artist and Bruce Silverstein Gallery, New York © Larry Silver

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