Current and Upcoming Exhibitions

Detail of a Gustave Baumann woodcut

Gustave Baumann, Rio Pecos (detail), 1920, color woodcut

Press / Process: The Art of Prints

22 February – 17 May 2019

Hoehn Family Galleries, Founders Hall

Press / Process will explore the history, materials, and methods of printmaking, treating the process as a “way of thinking” as well as a way of making.

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Portrait of Jane Blackmen by Matika Wilbur

Jane Blackmen, Pala Band of Mission Indians © Matika Wilbur 2018

Matika Wilbur: Project 562

9 November 2018 – 3 May 2019

David W. May American Indian Gallery, Serra Hall

Matika Wilbur has been photographing contemporary Native Americans as part of an epic documentary undertaking that she has named Project 562. The May Gallery presentation includes more than a dozen of Wilbur’s recent works from this project, concentrating on portraits she has been making of individuals in the Southwest.

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Detail of etching my Mary Nimmo Moran

Mary Nimmo Moran, Interior of a California Forest, 1888, etching

Ruskin at 200

28 January – 15 March 2019

Humanities Center Gallery, Serra Hall

John Ruskin (1819-1900) was the Victorian era’s most prominent art and social critic, a complex thinker and provocateur who remains controversial. In honor of his 200th birthday on February 8, 2019, the Humanities Center will stage an exhibition related to Ruskin’s cogent writings on nature, art, and society.

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Photograph of a Gandhi impersonator

Shivaraju B.S, On Being Gandhi

On Being Gandhi: The Art and Politics of Seeing

1 April – 10 May 2019

Fine Art Galleries, KIPJ

An exhibition of photographs that document the performances of a local Indian village schoolteacher, Byagadehalli Basavaraju, as he routinely impersonates Mahatma Gandhi.

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