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The Hunter College MFA These Exhibition opens tomorrow (Wed May 19, 6-8PM) and will feature the work of 22 emerging talents.
Located near Times Square, the exhibition venue will also be hosting a free panel discussion this Saturday, May 22, featuring major art world figures, including artist Carol Bove, dealer Gavin Brown, art historian David Joselit, and curator Adam Kleinman.
Hunter College MFA Thesis Exhibition – Spring 2010
May 19 – June, 19, 2010
Hunter College/Times Square Gallery
450 West 41 Street Between 9th & 10th Ave
New York, NY (map)
Gallery Hours: Tuesday–Saturday, 1–6pm
Opening Reception – Wed May 19, 6-8PM
Panel Discussion – Sat May 22, 7pm
Panel participants: David Joselit, Carnegie Professor, History of Art, Yale University; Adam Kleinman, curator, LMCC; Bridget Donahue, Associate Director, Gavin Brown; artist Carol Bove. Panel discussion will be held in the 2nd floor lounge, above the gallery. Refreshments will be served.
Spring 2010 Hunter College MFA Candidates Include: Bill Abdale, Patryce Bąk, David Bates, Orit Ben-Shitrit, Michael Berube, Amy Brener, Georgia Elrod, Baris Gokturk, Julio Grinblatt, Kristen Jensen, Esther Kläs, Ellie Krakow, Jess Levey, Daniel Nelson, Steven Rose, Jesse Sachs, Aida Šehović, Thomas Spoerndle, Kathryn Stamps, Kristof Wickman, Jesse Willenbring, Yeong-Kuk Yu
For more information, visit www.huntermfathesis.org
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