In their paintings, sculptures, drawings, and installations, the students of the august art school demonstrate their fluency with formalism and, in a couple of instances, their interest in avian imagery.
In their two-part thesis show, NYU’s studio art MFA students showcase works that are formally precise and affecting.
The twelve artists in the exhibition represent an array of art making practices, including painting, sculpture, photography, video, performance, and site-specific installations, covering a range of subjects from the sensual to the political.
The exhibition features work by all 12 of the current M.F.A. candidates in Cornell’s interdisciplinary visual art program.
The exhibition, the culmination of two years of studio work from over 70 graduates, continues at the Cranbrook Art Museum through May 13.
Featuring work by selected second-year graduate Fine Arts candidates, curated by Regine Basha.
Explore Part I, on view at 80WSE Gallery in New York’s Greenwich Village through April 21. Part II opens May 2.
The Hunter College MFA Program in Studio Art is a competitive and affordable three-year program providing a rigorous immersion in the changing ideas and forms of contemporary art.
This exhibit showcases the thesis projects of sixteen graduating students in studio art and design.
The thesis show features hand-stitched collaged picture books, faux-realistic notebooks, pixelated video games, and fully realized digital environments
The exhibition will be on view from June 7 to 17 at Smack Mellon, with an opening reception on Saturday, June 10, 6–9pm.
Graduate student work across 16 disciplines to be featured in showcase of hundreds of RISD artists and designers.