BFA Fine Arts Department faculty member TM Davy (BFA 2002 Illustration) presents his latest series of paintings, “Epithalamium,” on view at Exile Gallery in Berlin through November 12. Each painting in this collection of private scenes provides glimpses into the personal life of both the subjects and the artist.
Joanna Wezyk (MFA 2008 Fine Arts) also has a new solo exhibition, “In Wonderland,” at La Galerie Pfriem in Paris through November 25. In these paintings, Wezyk juxtaposes characters from Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland against the backdrop of Yellowstone National Park.
“It’s a Poor Sort of Memory that Only Works Backwards,” a new show by Johan Grimonprez (MFA 1992 Fine Arts), is on display at S.M.A.K. Ghent in Belgium through August 2012. Lying on the boundary between art and cinema, Grimonprez’s exhibition features several of his films, including dial H-I-S-T-O-R-Y (1997) and Double Take (2009), and marks the premiere of his latest film, …because superglue is forever.
BFA Illustration and Cartooning Department faculty member Keith Mayerson has organized an exhibition at the Maruani & Noirhomme Gallery in Brussels called “8 Americans,” featuring work by Hilary Berseth, Joe Bradley, Ann Craven, Francesca DiMattio, Wade Guyton, Jacob Kassay, Dana Schutz, as well as himself. On view through October 29. Additionally, Mayerson will be exhibiting cover art and pages from the graphic novel Horror Hospital Unplugged, which he created with author Dennis Cooper. Through November 12 at the Derek Eller Gallery, 615 West 27 Street in New York City.
Image: TM Davy, Familiar, oil on canvas, 40.6 x 35,5 cm, 2011. Courtesy of the artist.