Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Letícia Parente, from “Women,” 1976, xerograph on paper with safety pins, Courtesy of the Estate of Letícia Parente and Galeria Jaqueline Martins

Xerografia: Copyart in Brazil, 1970-1990

15 September – 16 December 2017

Hoehn Family Galleries, Founders Hall

This exhibition will reveal the innovative uses of ordinary commercial copying practices by artists working in Brazil across two politically fraught decades.

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Prehistoric Kumeyaay ceramic vessel

Kumeyaay / Southern California Indian, clay redware canteen, prehistoric

My Ewaa Ah: Johhny Bear Contreras’s Sculpture and Kumeyaay Works from the May Collection

22 September 2017 – 18 May 2018

David W. May American Indian Gallery, Serra Hall

An exploration of the new public sculpture created for USD’s Kumeyaay Garden, paired with historical and contemporary objects from USD’s own May Collection.

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Responding to Rouault: USD Student Selections from the Hoehn Gift

16 November – 15 December 2017

Humanities Center Gallery, Serra Hall

This fall, creative writing students were asked to respond to Rouault’s monumental representations about war, grief, and spirit through creative interpretations of his work.  These writings will be shown in the gallery alongside the prints selected by each student.

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©Duncan McCosker

Duncan McCosker, 1944-2016: A Memorial Exhibition

6 September – 17 November 2017

Fine Art Galleries, KIPJ

Duncan McCosker was born in Glendale, CA and taught photography at the University of San Diego from the early 1980s until last year.  Beyond his status as a beloved teacher and respected colleague, McCosker's work stands as a tribute to dedicated looking at a wide variety of complex social situations. 

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