January 27, 2017—April 23, 2017
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Art Center
15 prints will be on display from the College’s permanent collection, including eight from the Flowers series, seven Marilyn Monroes, a Grace Kelly tile, and a Brillo Soap Pad. These silkscreen prints are just some of the 26 Warhols in the College’s collection, and they will be displayed together to provide insight into how the artist transformed pop culture images into Pop Art.
March 3, 2017—April 15, 2017
Alcove Gallery, Magill Library
Through his lens, Miao (Hmong) scholar Bode Wang illustrates a colorful and sophisticated world of the Miao nationality. On exhibition are a sampling of his photos, demonstrating the environment, human communities, social customs, and religious practices of his hometown.
March 17, 2017—April 28, 2017
Cantor Fitzgerald Art Gallery
Curated by Kendra Sullivan & Dylan Gauthier, Resistance After Nature tracks the practices of artists who imagine and construct alternative approaches to such entangled ecological, political, and economic issues as Indigenous sovereignty and water rights, the fossil economy, ocean acidification, and deforestation.
April 3, 2017—July 28, 2017
Sharpless Gallery,Magill Library
Instead of seeing telescopes as a solution to erroneous ideas about the universe and our position in it, this exhibition illustrates the slow progression of the telescope and of astronomy, and explores the place of the telescope from the1600s to the mid-nineteenth century.
May 5, 2017—May 12, 2017
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery
The Fine Arts Senior Thesis Exhibition will represent the culmination of studies at Haverford College for the eight seniors graduating in 2017.