In the SVA Galleries

January 26, 2007

  • “All Tomorrow’s Parties,” the first of two thesis exhibitions, curated by faculty member Amy Smith-Stuart, featuring work by MFA Fine Arts Department students. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, through Saturday, February 3.
  • “Dreamscapes,” featuring work by current SVA students Ron Beach, James Farias, Toby Klinger and Michaela Murphy, this exhibition explores the role of the unconscious in improvisation. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, through Saturday, February 10.
  • “The American Dream: Migrant Workers in America Today,” an exhibition of black-and-white photographs made by Mark Paris, documenting several Long Island communities of migrant workers and American nationals demonstrating against illegals; selected by celebrated photographer Mary Ellen Mark. Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street, February 3 – March 8; Reception: Monday, February 5, 6 – 8pm.
  • “Tomorrow’s Artist Today,” a series of three exhibitions showcasing works by BFA Fine Arts Department students, curated by Jeanne Siegel, Luca Buvoli and Gunars Prande. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, February 9 – 24; Reception: Tuesday, February 13, 6 – 8pm.
  • “Transitional Space,” an exhibition featuring work by MPS Art Therapy Department students and the clients they work with at their internships. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, February 17 – March 24.


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Image: Peter Gregorio, Decoherent Histories, 2006; from “All Tomorrow’s Parties.”

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In the SVA Galleries

January 19, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “Jack Endewelt: In Memoriam, 1935 – 2006,” an exhibition honoring the memory of Jack Endewelt, a painter and illustrator who was a long-time faculty member, department chair and alumnus. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, through Saturday, January 20.
  • “All Tomorrow’s Parties,” the first of two thesis exhibitions, curated by faculty member Amy Smith-Stuart, featuring work by MFA Fine Arts Department students. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, January 19 – February 3; Reception: Tuesday, January 23, 6 – 8pm.
  • “Dreamscapes,” featuring work by current SVA students Ron Beach, James Farias, Toby Klinger and Michaela Murphy, this exhibition explores the role of the unconscious in improvisation. Westside Gallery, 141 West 21st Street, through Saturday, February 10.
  • “The American Dream: Migrant Workers in America Today,” an exhibition of black-and-white photographs made by Mark Paris, documenting several Long Island communities of migrant workers and American nationals demonstrating against illegals; selected by celebrated photographer Mary Ellen Mark. Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street, February 3 – March 8; Reception: Monday, February 5, 6 – 8pm.


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Image: Jack Endewelt, Untitled; from “Jack Endewelt: In Memoriam, 1935 – 2006.”

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In the SVA Galleries

January 12, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “Wonder,” a photography exhibition featuring work by current students, using different approaches to social and imagined realities; and “Camera Work,” photographs by current students exploring a diverse range of subjects, including mass-media imagery, post-Katrina New Orleans, identity and self-injury; “Disembody,” an exhibition of work by BFA Photography Department students and alumni, exploring some of the ways in which relationships to the physical body are fractured, mediated and controlled, curated by Seth Greenwald; and “Selected Works,” featuring work by BFA Photography Department students Simon Chantasirivisal, Amy Klein and Darlene Lin, curated by Tim Maul. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26 Street, 15th floor, through Saturday, January 13, 2007.
  • “Dreamscapes,” featuring work by current SVA students Ron Beach, James Farias, Toby Klinger and Michaela Murphy, this exhibition explores the role of the unconscious in improvisation. Westside Gallery, 141 West 21st Street, January 13 – February 10; Reception: Wednesday, January 17, 5 – 7pm.
  • “Jack Endewelt: In Memoriam, 1935 – 2006,” an exhibition honoring the memory of Jack Endewelt, a painter and illustrator who was a long-time faculty member, department chair and alumnus. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, through Saturday, January 20.
  • “All Tomorrow’s Parties,” the first of two thesis exhibitions, curated by faculty member Amy Smith-Stuart, featuring work by MFA Fine Arts Department students. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, January 19 – February 3; Reception: Tuesday, January 23, 6 – 8pm.
  • “The American Dream: Migrant Workers in America Today,” an exhibition of black-and-white photographs made by Mark Paris, documenting several Long Island communities of migrant workers and American nationals demonstrating against illegal aliens; selected by celebrated photographer Mary Ellen Mark. Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street, February 3 – March 8; Reception: Monday, February 5, 6 – 8pm.


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Image: Arin Yoon, Untitled 3 (Green Hallway), 2005; from “Wonder.”

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In the SVA Galleries

January 5, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “The Truth of the Matter,” an exhibition of work by current students and recent graduates, featuring a critique of the American suburban landscape and contemporary approaches to installation and performance art. Artists include Jee Hui Chang, Sunghee Jang, Lara Star Martini and Ricky Sears. Curated by Richard Brooks, assistant director of student galleries. Westside Gallery, 141 West 21st Street, through Saturday, January 6.
  • “Dreamscapes,” featuring work by current SVA students Ron Beach, James Farias, Toby Klinger and Michaela Murphy, this exhibition explores the role of the unconscious in improvisation. Westside Gallery, 141 West 21st Street, January 13 – February 10; Reception: Wednesday, January 17, 5 – 7pm.
  • “Jack Endewelt: In Memoriam, 1935 – 2006,” an exhibition honoring the memory of Jack Endewelt, a painter and illustrator who was a long-time faculty member, department chair and alumnus. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, through Saturday, January 20.
  • “All Tomorrow’s Parties,” the first of two thesis exhibitions, curated by faculty member Amy Smith-Stuart, featuring work by MFA Fine Arts Department students. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, January 19 – February 3; Reception: Tuesday, January 23, 6 – 8pm.
  • “The American Dream: Migrant Workers in America Today,” an exhibition of black-and-white photographs made by Mark Paris, documenting several Long Island communities of migrant workers and American nationals demonstrating against illegal aliens; selected by celebrated photographer Mary Ellen Mark. Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street, February 3 – March 8; Reception: Monday, February 5, 6 – 8pm.


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Image: Ricky Sears, Field of Vision, 2006; from “The Truth of the Matter.”

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