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Protean

Artwork that communicates a single concept through a variety of materials and processes allows the viewer a dimensional look at the process and viewpoint of Read More »

60 wrd/min art critic by Lori Waxman

Since 2005, Lori Waxman has conducted a work of performance art about art criticism through her ongoing performance 60 wrd/min art critic. During these performances, Waxman reviews Read More »

SCREEN PROJECTS: Rodney McMillan

  September 8-November 13, 2016 President Lyndon B. Johnson’s 1964 commencement speech at the University of Michigan, laid out his plan titled the Great Society. Read More »

With and Without the Other

With and Without the Other is an exhibition of collaborative art works made by a group of artists and art historians who are graduate students and Read More »

David Schirm: Cracked Open

  The UB Art Galleries is pleased to present Cracked Open, a solo exhibition of paintings by David Schirm, UB Department of Art faculty member Read More »

Detail, Paul Jenkins. Chapel of Meditation—Phenomena Himalayan, 1971. Acrylic on canvas. 108.5 x 144 inches. ©2014 Estate of Paul Jenkins. Courtesy of the Estate of Paul Jenkins and Robert Miller Gallery.

Paul Jenkins: Chapel of Meditation

Chapel of Meditation is a non-denominational installation of four large works on canvas from the early 1970s by pre-eminent abstract painter Paul Jenkins (1923-2012). Employing an unorthodox approach to paint application, Jenkins is as much identified with the process of controlled paint-pouring and canvas manipulation as with the gem-like veils of transparent and translucent color which have characterized his work since the late 1950s.

ON THE FRONT LINES: Military Veterans at The Art Students League of New York

  Collection of Michael Hackett-Hale and David Hale, courtesy of Hackett | Mill. © 2016 Al Held Foundation, Inc. / licensed by Artists Rights Society Read More »

Lydia Okumura: Situations

Lydia Okumura (b. 1948, Brazil) actively challenges viewers to question their perception of space through sculptures, installations and works on paper that blur the line Read More »

Ragnar Kjartansson: The Visitors

Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson grew up in a family of actors and stage performers, which has continually influenced his work. Folklore even states that he Read More »

Eleven: Department of Art MFA Class of 2017

Please join us for the opening of Eleven, an exhibition featuring the work of the Department of Art MFA class of 2017. The exhibition will Read More »