Department of Art and Art History Faculty

Exhibition by Leslie Mutchler and Jason Urban reviewed in Art in Print

Tue. March 31, 2015

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Image courtesy of the artists

Associate Professor Leslie Mutchler and Lecturer Jason Urban's 2014 exhibition Universal at the Atelier Circulaire Gallery in Montreal, Canada, was reviewed in Art in Print.

Professor Michael Smith included in exhibition From the Object to the World

Mon. March 30, 2015

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Do Objeto para o Mundo – Coleção Inhotim (From the Oject to the World – The Inhotim Collection features over 50 works from the Inhotim Collection and work by Professor Michael Smith. the exhibition will be on view in Belo Horizonte, Brazil through March 8, 2015, and travel to Sãu Paulo, Brazil in April 2015.

Michael Smith included in Akademie X, published by Phaidon

Mon. March 30, 2015

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Professor Michael Smith is included in Akademie X: Lessons in Art + Life, published by Phaidon. About the book:

Each of these 36 ‘tutors’ has provided a unique lesson that aims to provoke, inspire and stimulate. Lively, entertaining and poignant, the contributors draw on their extensive experience in the contemporary art world, to share previously untold stories and identify the crucial things they wish they’d known at the start of their careers.

Their advice ranges from practical considerations about making art and managing professional relationships, to ideological perspectives on the nature of learning and the state of art education in the twenty-first century. Many also propose ‘assignments’ to spark creative thinking and the entries are illustrated with visually compelling art works to engage and inspire the reader.

A must-read for aspiring arts professionals, Akademie X: Lessons in Art + Life will also engage everyone with an interest in the lives of artists.

Professor Michael Smith included in three day multi-disciplinary project curated by Centre for Style

Thu. March 19, 2015

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Professor Michael Smith presents work in Boulevard, a three day, multi-disciplinary project curated by Centre for Style. Boulevard will take place at Gertrude Contemporary March 17–19, 2015.

Michael Smith included in group exhibition at Bortolami Gallery

Tue. March 17, 2015

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Michael Smith presents work in a group exhibition entitled The Radiants at Bortolami and Green Tea Gallery in New York, New York. The exhibition will be on view February 28 – March 29, 2015.

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