In the SVA Galleries

August 24, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “X & Y,” an exhibition of sculpture and paintings that use the grid as the primary structural element, featuring work by recent MFA Fine Arts Department graduate Yoon Jee Nam and current student Tina ManWarren Roche-Kelly. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, through Thursday, September 6.
  • “Click Chic: The Fine Art of Fashion Photography,” an exhibition documenting the vitality of fashion photography as a vehicle for creative expression, formal experimentation and social commentary. On view will be nearly 50 images by six SVA alumni who have created distinctive bodies of work in fashion: Roderick Angle, Guy Aroch, Maki Kawakita, Ryan Michael Kelly, Chiun-Kai Shih and Sarah Silver; curated by Dan Halm. Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street, September 6 – October 6; Reception: Monday, September 10, 6 – 8pm.
  • “Open Secret,” an exhibition of painting and photography that explores the complexities of the erotic. Artists include BFA Photography Department student Keena Gonzalez, and MFA Fine Arts Department students Jenny Morgan and David Mramor. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, September 11 – 22; Reception: Wednesday, September 12, 5 – 7pm.
  • “Super Phat,” a multimedia exhibition that highlights the work of Japanese SVA alumni and alumni living in Japan. Working in a variety of media, more than 40 established and emerging artists explore how their exposure to Japanese and American cultures has informed their work. Curated by Marshall Arisman, Reà Sato and Retsu Takahashi; organized by Elaine Chow. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, September 12 – 29; Reception: Tuesday, September 18, 6 – 8pm.


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Image: Tina ManWarren Roche-Kelly, Wingspan, 2005; from “X & Y.”

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In the SVA Galleries

August 10, 2007

  • LAST CHANCE: “The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama,” an SVA exhibition that complements 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 is displaying 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 faculty member and acting chairman of the board Milton Glaser, this exhibit complements “The Missing Peace.” Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, through Wednesday, August 22.
  • “X & Y,” an exhibition of sculpture and paintings that use the grid as the primary structural element, featuring work by recent MFA Fine Arts Department graduate Yoon Jee Nam and current student Tina ManWarren Roche-Kelly. Westside Gallery, 133/141 West 21st Street, through Thursday, September 6.
  • “Click Chic: The Fine Art of Fashion Photography,” an exhibition documenting the vitality of fashion photography as a vehicle for creative expression, formal experimentation and social commentary. On view will be nearly 50 images by six SVA alumni who have created distinctive bodies of work in fashion: Roderick Angle, Guy Aroch, Maki Kawakita, Ryan Michael Kelly, Chiun-Kai Shih and Sarah Silver; curated by Dan Halm. Visual Arts Museum, 209 East 23rd Street, September 6 – October 6; Reception: Monday, September 10, 6 – 8pm.
  • “Super Phat,” a multimedia exhibition that highlights the work of Japanese SVA alumni and alumni living in Japan. Working in a variety of media, more than 40 established and emerging artists explore how their exposure to Japanese and American cultures has informed their work. Curated by Marshall Arisman, Reà Sato and Retsu Takahashi; organized by Elaine Chow. Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor, September 12 – 29; Reception: Tuesday, September 18, 6 – 8pm.


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Image: Gabriela Morowitz, Regarde, 2005; from “The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama.”

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