Local and Global in the Galleries at CSU

The Galleries at CSU are pleased to present two significant exhibitions this winter season. Opening on March 9, the exhibition Cleveland’s Symbol: 52 Stories of the Terminal Tower—curated by William Barrow, Special Collections Librarian, the Michael Schwartz Library—will run through April 21. Gallery conversation at 4pm followed by a reception with refreshments from 5 to 8pm. Contemporaneously in the North […]

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Focus on Abstraction: Dana Oldfather, Tony Watkins, Mark Keffer, Margarita Benitez and Markus Vogl at The Galleries of CSU

Soon after the end of the Second World War, Abstract Expressionism blew a hole in art history. The cultural effect was comparable to the Manhattan Project. Abstract Expressionism (AE) effectively transformed Western art, replacing the tattered late-modern remains of aesthetic intention and technique with guiding principles derived in part from psychoanalysis and Freud’s theories of the unconscious. Accidental marks, the […]

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Galleries at CSU: Quest for Visual Splendor

The Galleries at CSU have an exceptionally diverse group of exhibitions planned for this spring: In the North Gallery, 85 year old New York City based, world renowned artist Liz Quisgard presents: The Ornamental Impulse: Form, Pattern, and Color. This exhibition represents a manifestation of a compelling, personal quest for visual splendor spanning several decades. Propitiously for CSU, Liz Quisgard […]

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