In the SVA Galleries

June 29, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “Newly Released,” an exhibition featuring thesis projects by students in the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department, including video installations and documentary and conceptual photographic work. Curated by faculty member Marvin Heiferman. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, through Saturday, June 30.
  • “Abstract Nature,” a photography and sculpture exhibition featuring works that explore natural forms and the boundaries between abstraction and representation. Artists include BFA Photography Department student JuneYoung Lim and recent MFA Fine Arts Department graduate Hee Soo Kim. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, June 30 – July 24; Reception: Monday, July 2, 5 – 7pm.
  • “Portrait of an Artist/Teacher,” an exhibition, curated by faculty member Michael Filan, featuring a variety of media by graduating students in the MAT Art Education Department. Their work addresses the challenges of being a teacher and preserving their own devotion to being artists themselves. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, June 30 – July 28; Reception: Monday, July 9, 5 – 7pm. (The gallery will be closed for the Independence Day holiday, starting on Tuesday, July 3 at 1pm.)
  • “The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama,” an SVA exhibition that compliments and expands upon the selection of art currently on view at the Rubin Museum of Art. Over 80 contemporary artists from 30 countries have contributed works of art in a broad array of media, expressing their personal interpretations of and reflections on the Dalai Lama’s philosophies and ideals. SVA will display approximately 25 works by such well-known artists as Richard Avedon, Anish Kapoor and Sebastiao Salgado, as well as contemporary artists Sanford Biggers, SVA alumnus Long-Bin Chen and Katarina Wong; and “Everything I Do Always Comes Back To Me,” an exhibition of work by SVA faculty and alumni commenting on conflict, compassion and the Buddhist ethic, featuring photography, painting, sculpture, digital art, cartooning and 3D and graphic design. Curated by longtime SVA board and faculty member Milton Glaser, this exhibit complements “The Missing Peace.” Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, July 12 – August 22.


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Image: Tiana Peterson, Wright Books in Cherokee Red, 2007; from “Newly Released.”

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In the SVA Galleries

June 15, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “Plane Sight,” an exhibition of work by current students and recent graduates, exploring highly individualized approaches to painting and illustration. Curated by Richard Brooks, assistant director of student galleries, the artists include Elizabeth Cosby, Matthew Freel, Felix Gephart and Shiri Mordechay. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, through Saturday, June 23.
  • LAST CHANCE: “View,” an exhibition featuring photography and video work by students exploring a diverse range of subjects, including childhood memory, perception and social commentary. Artists include Cat del Buono, Alejandra Lavida, Adi Lavy and Ho Shing Ming. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, through Saturday, June 23.
  • “Newly Released,” an exhibition featuring thesis projects by students in the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department, including video installations and documentary and conceptual photographic work. Curated by faculty member Marvin Heiferman. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, June 15 – 30; Reception: Tuesday, June 19, 6 – 8pm.
  • “Abstract Nature,” a photography and sculpture exhibition featuring works that explore natural forms and the boundaries between abstraction and representation. Artists include BFA Photography Department student JuneYoung Lim and recent MFA Fine Arts Department graduate Hee Soo Kim. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, June 30 – July 24; Reception: Monday, July 2, 5 – 7pm.
  • “Portrait of an Artist/Teacher,” an exhibition, curated by faculty member Michael Filan, featuring a variety of media by graduating students in the MAT Art Education Department. Their work addresses the challenges of being a teacher and preserving their own devotion to being artists themselves. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, June 30 – July 28; Reception: Monday, July 9, 5 – 7pm.
  • “The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama,” an SVA exhibition that compliments and expands upon the selection of art currently on view at the Rubin Museum of Art. Over 80 contemporary artists from 30 countries have contributed works of art in a broad array of media, expressing their personal interpretations of and reflections on the Dalai Lama’s philosophies and ideals. SVA will display approximately 25 works by such well-known artists as Richard Avedon, Anish Kapoor and Sebastiao Salgado, as well as contemporary artists Sanford Biggers, SVA alumnus Long-Bin Chen and Katarina Wong; and “Everything I Do Always Comes Back To Me,” an exhibition of work by SVA faculty and alumni commenting on conflict, compassion and the Buddhist ethic. Curated by longtime SVA board and faculty member Milton Glaser, this exhibit complements “The Missing Peace.” Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, July 12 – August 22.


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Image: Alejandra Laviada, Knot, 2006; from “View.”

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In the SVA Galleries

June 1, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “MFA Computer Art Thesis Exhibition,” an exhibition of thesis projects by students in the MFA Computer Art Department, featuring experimental linear video, networked media, video and visual music installation, experimental non-narrative and narrative 3D animation, and interactive installation and performance. Curated by faculty member Russet Lederman. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, through Saturday, June 9.
  • “Plane Sight,” an exhibition of work by current students and recent graduates, exploring highly individualized approaches to painting and illustration. Curated by Richard Brooks, assistant director of student galleries, the artists include Elizabeth Cosby, Matthew Freel, Felix Gephart and Shiri Mordechay. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, through Saturday, June 23.
  • “View,” an exhibition featuring photography and video work by students exploring a diverse range of subjects, including childhood memory, perception and social commentary. Artists include Cat del Buono, Alejandra Lavida, Adi Lavy and Ho Shing Ming. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, June 2 – 23; Reception: Monday, June 4, 5 – 7pm.
  • “Newly Released,” an exhibition featuring thesis projects by students in the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department, including video installations and documentary and conceptual photographic work. Curated by faculty member Marvin Heiferman. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26 Street, 15th floor, June 15 – 30; Reception: Tuesday, June 19, 6 – 8pm.
  • “Abstract Nature,” a photography and sculpture exhibition featuring works that explore natural forms and the boundaries between abstraction and representation. Artists include BFA Photography Department student JuneYoung Kim and recent MFA Fine Arts Department graduate Hee Soo Kim. SVA Gallery, 209 East 23rd Street, June 30 – July 24; Reception: Monday, July 2, 5 – 7pm.
  • “Portrait of an Artist/Teacher,” an exhibition, curated by faculty member Michael Filan, featuring a variety of media by graduating students in the MAT Art Education Department. Their work addresses the challenges of being a teacher and preserving their own devotion to being artists themselves. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, June 30 – July 28; Reception: Monday, July 9, 5 – 7pm.


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Image: Nami Yoneya, Synaesthethia data: SAKU, 2007; from “MFA Computer Art Thesis Exhibition.”

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