Department of Art and Art History News

Randi Renate Mabry presents work at ROCKELMANN&

Wed. June 3, 2015

black and white photograph of unmade bed under open window
Image courtesy of the artist.

Randi Renate Mabry (BFA in Studio Art, 2014) presents work at ROCKELMANN& as part of the gallery's 2015 Summer Break project. The exhibition will be July 23 – September 20, 2015 in Berlin, Germany.

Emily Mae Smith presents work in group exhibition at Levy Delval in Belgium

Tue. June 2, 2015

white overlapping hexagonal and cube shapes on green background

Emily Mae Smith (BFA in Studio Art, 2002) present work in the group exhibition Comic Relief at Levy.Delval in Brussels, Belgium. The exhibition will be on view June 4 – July 4, 2015.

Alumna Daphane Park performs in New Media Art and Sound Summit

Tue. June 2, 2015

Daphane Park (MFA in Studio Art, 1997) performs with Raquel Ball on June 12 during the 2015 New Media Art and Sound Summit, organized by Church of the Friendly Ghost. NMASS will occur June 11–13, 2015.

Tamara Johnson presents An Interior Complex in Bronx, New York

Mon. June 1, 2015

photo of broken collonade in room
Tamara Johnson, An Interior Complex (detail), 2015. Gypsum plaster, epoxy putty, wood, foam, latex, and acrylic paint. Courtesy of the artist. Photo: Parsley Steinweiss.

Tamara Johnson (BFA in Studio Art, 2007) presents her first solo project, An Interior Complex, at the Sunroom Project Space at Wave Hill, a public garden and cultural center. Johnson's site responsive installation will be on view June 7 – July 19, 2015.

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Lynne Adele co-authored book published by UT Press

Mon. June 1, 2015

old fashioned book cover with eye in sky surrounded by title

Lynne Adele (BFA in Art History, 1984 and MA in Art History, 1987) co-authored As Above, So Below: Art of the American Fraternal Society, 1850—1930 (University of Texas Press). It is the first book to explore how secret societies contributed to American visual culture during the “golden age” of American fraternalism. Her partner on the project is Bruce Lee Webb, longtime fraternal art collector and owner of Webb Gallery in Waxahachie, Texas. David Byrne, best known as the singer and songwriter for the band Talking Heads, contributed the book’s foreword. The book will be available November 2015.