Individually Diverse

February 8, 2008

The BFA Fine Arts Department is moving into the Visual Arts Gallery this month with a quartet of student shows. From February 8 – 23, the gallery will present “Individuality/Diversity,” an exhibition that addresses the growing international student population, featuring student work in a variety of media, curated by Jeanne Siegel; “Altered States,” a selection of video art that takes its title from the 1980 sci-fi film by Ken Russell, curated by Gary Sherman; “Elements of Art and Technology at SVA,” a show addressing the use of technology to articulate a contemporary voice, curated by Steve Miller; and “Fig∙u∙ra∙tive,” a printmaking show curated by Gunars Prande with prints that depict the human figure, as well as work figuratively with metaphor to address human issues.

All four exhibitions will be on view in the Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26th Street, 15th floor; there will be an opening reception for the artists on Tuesday, February 12, 6 – 8pm.

Image: John Sultana, Memento, 2008; from “Individuality/Diversity.”

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