Winter into Spring, in the Galleries at CSU
The Galleries at CSU are pleased to present a number of significant exhibitions this winter season. Shows open with a gallery conversation with artists and curators at 4pm followed by a reception from 5 to 8pm on the first day of the exhibition.
The first four exhibitions run through December 9 and focus on abstraction. Dark Pronoun, paintings by Mark Keffer; Candyland, paintings by Dana Oldfather; Fabrications, sound and image installation by Margarita Benitez and Markus Vogl; and The Trees of Kinsman, paintings by Tony Watkins, curated by Elmer Buford.
The second block of exhibitions runs from January 19 to February 24 and features individual works by George Kozmon (Precipice) and Guy Vincent (Codes and Identity), and Digital Passage in the Media Room; with a collaborative effort – Symbols, Glaciers, and Ghosts, in the Center Gallery.
Opening on March 9, the exhibition Cleveland’s Symbol: 52 Stories of the Terminal Tower is curated by William Barrow, Special Collections Librarian for the Michael Schwartz Library. It will run through April 21, with a gallery conversation with Bill Barrow at 4pm on its opening day. In the North and Center Galleries: Global Matrix IV, an international printmaking exhibition organized by Purdue University Galleries. Exhibiting artist and CSU art professor Russ Revock will give a gallery talk about his work and the exhibition at 6pm.
THROUGH DECEMBER 9
MARK KEFFER: DARK PRONOUN
DANA OLDFATHER: CANDYLAND
MARGARITA BENITEZ & MARKUS VOGL: FABRICATIONS
TONY WATKINS: THE TREES OF KINSMAN
WINTER EXHIBITS | JANUARY 19–FEBRUARY 24
GEORGE KOZMON: PRECIPICE
GUY VINCENT: CODES AND IDENTITY
DIGITAL PASSAGE (COLLABORATION)
SYMBOLS, GLACIERS, AND GHOSTS
SPRING EXHIBITS | MARCH 9–APRIL 21
CLEVELAND’S SYMBOL: 52 STORIES OF THE TERMINAL TOWER | CURATED BY WILLIAM BARROW
GLOBAL MATRIX IV | INTERNATIONAL PRINTMAKERS