Past Exhibitions


Jae Ko, Force of Nature, 2010

Sep 30, 2010 - Feb 20, 2011

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Intersections: Jae Ko Force of Nature


Experimenting with different kinds of paper (from rice paper to newspaper to adding-machine paper), Jae Ko rolls, cuts, glues, soaks, and dyes it, manipulating her material into sculptural forms.

Claude Monet, Garden of the Princess, 1867

Sep 11, 2010 - Jan 16, 2011

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Side by Side Oberlin's Masterworks at the Phillips


Side by Side: Oberlin's Masterworks at the Phillips combines masterworks from the collections of the Allen Memorial Art Museum and The Phillips Collection. The 25 works on loan from Oberlin date from the 16th to the 20th centuries, and include stellar works by artists of the British, Dutch, Flemish, French, German, Italian, and Spanish schools.

Fifth Avenue from the St. Regis by Alvin Langdon Coburn

Oct 9, 2010 - Jan 9, 2011

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Truth Beauty Pictorialism and the Photograph as Art 1845–1945


Photographic pictorialism, an international movement, a philosophy, and a style, developed toward the end of the 19th century. The introduction of the dry-plate process, in the late 1870s, and of the Kodak camera, in 1888, made taking photographs relatively easy, and photography became widely practiced.

Tayo Heuser, Pulse, 2009

Nov 19, 2009 - Oct 31, 2010

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Intersections: Tayo Heuser Pulse


Tayo Heuser translates the luminosity of Mark Rothko's paintings into three dimensions with large-scale wall-mounted sculptures of glowing, colored forms drawn in ink, designed to rise along the spiral flow of the Goh Annex stairwell.

White Cosmos Pousette-Dart Image

Jun 5 - Sep 12, 2010

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Pousette-Dart Predominantly White Paintings


In the early 1950s, Richard Pousette-Dart (1916–1992) created a series of paintings nearly without paint, working in graphite and oil on canvas to produce works that are both complex and spare. "White," he said, "is something you endlessly return to."

Ryman, To Gertrud Mellon, 1958

Jun 5 - Sep 12, 2010

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Robert Ryman Variations and Improvisations


Robert Ryman (b. 1930) is an American painter best known for abstract, white-on-white paintings. Ryman was born in Tennessee and began his career as a jazz musician. Soon after arriving in New York in 1952 to pursue his music, he started to paint.

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