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Art=Text=Art: Private Languages / Public Systems

ART=TEXT=ART: PRIVATE LANGUAGES / PUBLIC SYSTEMS explores the advent of language in the visual arts in post-war America and the simultaneous emergence of concrete poetry. These Read More »

Ancestral Clay: Pueblo Ceramics from the Cravens World

Pueblo pottery is one of the oldest artisanal traditions in the Americas, representing a continuous transmission of cultural attributes from prehistoric to the modern period. Read More »

On the Road and In the Book

This exhibition features works of art and archival material from the University at Buffalo’s collection that have travelled around the world and back again or Read More »

Calculated Abstractions: Hard-Edge Prints

Explores how artists use clean edges to produce precise geometry as a means to challenge how viewers perceive foreground, background, and the space constructed around Read More »

Candida Girling: A City Slice Of Green: An Urban Intervention

Where are the Commons of today? This sculptural installation is an attempt to reclaim public space and to facilitate green incursions into the concrete and Read More »

Su Yang: BEAUTIFUL ! ?

Su Yang’s current research aims to combine her interest in feminist perspectives on the philosophy of the body with her art practice. Su Yang relates Read More »

Painting Borges: Art Interpreting Literature

Jorge Luis Borges is one of the most prominent literary figures whose work is also profoundly philosophical. His stories are filled with conceptual puzzles that prompt Read More »

Affinity in Print: Francisco Toledo and Jorge Luis Borges

Affinity in Print: Francisco Toledo and Jorge Luis Borges features eighteen prints by Francisco Toledo (1940-), who was born in Juchitan, Mexico of Zapotec descent. Christopher Read More »

Small Things Rightly Planted: A celebration of the College of Arts & Sciences Centennial

On September 29, 1913, The Buffalo News wrote an editorial extolling a new program of Courses in Arts and Sciences at the University of Buffalo: “It is Read More »

Selected Prints by Antoni Tàpies

The Second Floor Gallery at UB Anderson Gallery features prints by Spanish Catalan painter, sculptor, printmaker and art theorist, Antoni Tàpies (1923–2012). Tàpies established an Read More »