News: solo exhibition
April 20, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
How Things Are Made is an MFA thesis exhibition by printmaker and multi-disciplinary artist Mizin Shin. Created as a site-specific immersive print installation, featuring an interactive audio interface, Shin will wrap the third floor passageway of CEPA Gallery in a custom hand-printed wallpaper. An opening reception with the artist will take place on Friday, April 21, 2017 Read More
April 14, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
The Continuous Journey, an MFA thesis exhibition by Joseph Frank, will have a closing reception tonight from 8-10PM at Sugar City Gallery, 1239 Niagara Street, Buffalo, NY. This exhibition features an extensive series of paintings made by Frank, which tell the story of a person who is born into a life that he does not choose. As he Read More
April 5, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
Lipstick and Landscapes is a mixed media show featuring work by Akasya Crosier, a senior at UB studying Studio Art and Communication. Her artwork explores themes of travel, idealized spaces, and personal identity. Stop by after classes to enjoy some bright colors, food, and friendly people. The opening reception is on Wednesday, April 5th from 6-9 Read More
April 1, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
MFA student Javier Sanchez‘s thesis exhibition, Maso, will open tonight, April 1st, from 8-11pm, at CEPA Gallery’s Big Orbit Project Space. For his exhibition, Sanchez has created a site specific video installation that reflects on notions of mythology and cultural identity. Born near Mexico City, Mexico, Javier Sanchez is a multidisciplinary artist who currently lives Read More
March 31, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
Disruptive Bodies is a multimedia exhibition by MFA student Morgan Arnett exploring the monstrous feminine, which draws inspiration from science fiction and horror films and investigates themes of feminism, cinema, and abjection. The opening reception will be at Main Street Gallery on March 31 from 6-9pm. The show will be up until April 5.
Tonight – Closing Reception for the Protestant Aesthetic, an MFA Thesis Exhibition by J. Eric Simpson
by: Natalie Fleming
A play on Max Weber’s the Protestant Ethic – the Protestant Aesthetic is an MFA thesis exhibition by student J. Eric Simpson. Exhibited within the medieval Christian architecture of Karpeles Manuscript Library, Simpson uses the the space to create site-specific installations exploring Protestantism’s present and historic involvement with the capitalist system. On the 500th anniversary of Protestant Christianity, this exhibition sheds light on the religion Read More
March 24, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
Please join MFA student Erik Miller for the opening of his MFA thesis exhibition, Sigils: Rhetoric at 515 Main Street Gallery at 6PM tonight, March 24th. Sigils:Rhetoric is an exploration and explication of rhetoric and control as presented by the church and state in relation to deviants and witches, along with the countermovements it spawned. Read More
March 6, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
This Friday, March 10th from 6-9PM, join Rachel Shelton for the opening of her MFA thesis show, Ataraxy at Benjaman Gallery. A portion of the proceeds from this exhibition will be donated to Planned Parenthood of Central and WNY. Ataraxy is a body of printed works that presents the ingestion and digestion of the philosophies Read More
March 2, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
An exhibition of small scale assemblages by alumnus Gerald Mead (MFA 2008) titled Mining the Archive: New Works by Gerald Mead will open at Studio Hart (65 Allen St. Buffalo, NY) on Friday, March 3, 6-9 pm. The exhibition will remain on view through March 25.
February 28, 2017 by: Natalie Fleming
Professor Reinhard Reitzenstein‘s solo exhibition of new drawings, sculpture, and video, The Forest at 4AM, will open at Olga Korper Gallery on March 4th. The show will be on view until March 25th, with a formal reception held Saturday, March 4th from 2-5pm. Reitzenstein will be present for every Saturday for the duration of the show.