Past Exhibitions 2013

Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery

Matthew Brandt, Daniel Gordon, Stephen Mallon, Chris McCaw, Christina Seely, Angela Strassheim, Gastón Ugalde
 
Reality Check brings together seven artists whose work strikes the present-day viewer as digitally altered. However, the exhibition's extraordinary images are the results of other, often slow and painstaking, non-digital processes. Despite many viewers' jaded expectations of retouching, the artists in Reality Check capture intriguing moments and phenomena in the world around us. The works on view expand our vision, challenge our preconceptions of contemporary photographic processes, and celebrate that, even as the digital world occupies more of our lives, there are innumerable strange, surprising, and magical quirks left to be discovered in the real world.

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Stephen D. Paine Gallery

Selections featured the exceptional work of 14 MassArt faculty members who are newly hired or returning from sabbatical. A venue for faculty to showcase their work, often in experimental directions or media, this exhibition is a perennial favorite. Representing all facets of the college, Selections highlights the multidisciplinary multimedia work of our multitalented faculty. Exploring aesthetic, sociopolitical, cultural, gender, and identity issues, works on view will include installations, photography, video, sculpture, paintings, and kinetic investigations.

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Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery

Ellipses: Alumni Works in 3D is the second biennial juried alumni exhibition to be held in the Bakalar Gallery at Massachusetts College of Art and Design. Showcasing the breadth of talent and excellence embodied by MassArt's alumni, Ellipses features the work of 25 artists working in a range of three-dimensional discipline.

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Bakalar and Paine Galleries

Massachusetts College of Art and Design Graduat Thesis Exhibitions 2013

Exhibition I
April 23 - May 4, 2013

Exhibition II
May 10 - May 24, 2013

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Stephen D. Paine Gallery

The third exhibition in a trilogy focusing on socially conscious posters, Graphic Advocacy features 120 works from 32 countries including Bolivia, Bulgaria, Hungary, Israel, Kuwait, Russia, and Singapore. From the confrontational and political, to the promotional, persuasive and educational, the poster in all its forms has persisted as a vehicle for the public dissemination of ideas, information, and opinion. This exhibition was curated by Elizabeth Resnick, MassArt Professor and Chair of Graphic Design.

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Sandra & David Bakalar Gallery

Passing Time, a multimedia exhibition featuring the recent work of thirteen international artists, both well known and emerging, explores the multiple and converging meanings of the phrase "passing time." Some artists turn to sport, dance, or music to explore concepts of time-short term, long term, and terminating; others refer to nature and its rhythms or partner with time itself in their making of art.

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