CURRENT STUDENT CURATED EXHIBITIONS
Exhibition and related projects by students typically include installations at WCMA, MASS MoCA, and the Clark. (Roll over and click titles below to access exhibition information.)
Cosmologies was curated by Elizabeth Rooklidge '13. Considering a few of the many ways art explores the complex themes of the universe's origins, fate, meaning and physical laws, this exhibition includes works by Kiki Smith, Thomas Ruff, Duane Michals, Joseph Cornell and Robert Rauschenberg, among others.
Making Room: The Space Between Two and Three Dimensions curated by Caitlin Condell '12 and Alexandra Nemerov '12 under the mentorship of Susan Cross '94 brings together an international group of young artists who combine two and three dimensional media to explore a liminal territory between the real and imaginary. (Credit for photo adjacent: Claire Harvey, When what was when, 2010. Installation with overhead projectors, oil paint on transparencies and glass slides. Courtesy of the artist and Galerie Fons Welters, Amsterdam. Photo: Gert Jan van Rooij)
Copycat: Reproducing Works of Art, curated by Alexis Goodin '98 and James Pilgrim '12, explores the line between innovation and imitation, featuring fifty prints and photographs that are both original works of art and repetitions of drawings, prints, paintings, sculptures, and architecture created by other artists.
Recent Work:Aida Laleian and Steve Levin was curated by Lucie Steinberg '12. In this exhibition, Laleian explores the tension that arises between the handmade and the mechanical while Levin's oil paintings create universes in which art and ephemera merge and mingle. MORE ABOUT STUDENT CURATED EXHIBITIONS