Exhibition Archives for 2011
Visually Speaking features the work of eleven Chinese artists whose two and three dimensional pieces merge Eastern and Western visual languages. Many of these artists were born or came of age during the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) and thus represent a generation of artists who experienced enormous change in Chinese culture.
Sure of Hand: Drawings from the Renaissance to the 19th Century explores the complexity of drawing as it was practiced in Europe from the 16th through the 19th centuries. From exquisitely detailed finished works to quick sketches akin to a kind of visual brainstorming, artists chose to put drawing instruments to two-dimensional surfaces for a […]
Current Exhibitions Upcoming Exhibitions CIIPE MFA THESIS EXHIBITIONS Past Exhibitions Collection Installations April 15 - June 10, 2011 The University Art Museum's Master of Fine Arts Exhibition marks the culmination of a three-year degree program in the visual arts. Students in the program focus on a particular area of study and complete a body of […]
African metalworking has a long and extensive history and has been dated by archeologists to the second century BCE for copper and to the first century BCE for iron. Sub-Saharan kingdoms were made possible with the knowledge and implementation of iron production.
Brendt Berger’s long career in the arts has been marked by the desire to work in alternative spaces and with alternative materials. In the late 1970s and early 1980s his experiments were centered in New York where he literally transformed elements of the city, and where the life of city became his subject.
The University Art Museum is proud to present Orka Combined an installation by video pioneer Steina as part of the Critic and Artist Residency Series. With her husband, Woody Vasulka, Steina is considered one of the canonical figures in the emergence of New Media Art.
In conjunction with the 17th Colorado International Invitational Poster Exhibition (CIIPE), the University Art Museum presents a solo exhibition of the poster works of Honor Laureate Leonardo Sonnoli. Each biennial year, the CIIPE spotlights an artist with a lifetime record of excelling in the poster medium as Honor Laureate.