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Library print exhibit
Monday, October 7, 2019

Who Created the New and Copied the Old: Printed Books of the Fifteenth Century

Who Created the New and Copied the Old: Printed Books of the Fifteenth Century

Through February 16, 2020
Lutnick Library, Rebecca and Rick White Gallery

Curated by Alex Stern '20, the first exhibit in the new Lutnick Library examines the many roles of printed books in the first 50 years following the advent of print.  Details »

Woodcut illustration of a teacher reading to two students, courtesy of Lutnick Library.

Lagoon nebula
Friday, September 20, 2019

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

Through October 6, 2019
Atrium Gallery, Jane Lutnick Fine Arts Center

This new exhibit presents 40 color photographs made from Hubble Telescope’s high-definition images. They were sized, edited, and printed for maximum detail and optical color balance in the digital imaging labs in the Jane Lutnick Fine Arts Center. Details »

Lagoon Nebula (visible light) 4/19/2018

An arch stands alone in a craggy landscape with different colored rectangles layered on top
Tuesday, September 10, 2019

A Time for Farewells

Through October 11, 2019
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Casting aside the constraints of traditional notions and existing power structures, the artists of A Time for Farewells present sculptures, drawings, videos, and photographic works that collectively imagine a future radically different from our present, in the hope that the act of imagining can be an impetus for change. Details »

Atul Bhalla, Anhedonic Landscape, 2019. Archival Pigment Print. Courtesy: Vadehra Art Gallery, Delhi.

Hubble Telescope photo of the Lagoon Nebula using infrared light
Friday, August 30, 2019

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

Through October 6, 2019
Atrium Gallery, Jane Lutnick Fine Arts Center

This new exhibit presents 40 color photographs made from Hubble Telescope’s high-definition images. They were sized, edited, and printed for maximum detail and optical color balance in the digital imaging labs in the Jane Lutnick Fine Arts Center. Details »

Lagoon Nebula (infrared light view) 4/19/2018

Hubble Telescope photo of the Lagoon Nebula using infrared light
Thursday, July 18, 2019

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

Through October 6, 2019
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Arts Center

This new exhibit presents 40 color photographs made from Hubble Telescope’s high-definition images. They were sized, edited, and printed for maximum detail and optical color balance in the digital imaging labs in the Marshall Fine Arts Center. Details »

Lagoon Nebula (infrared light view) 4/19/2018

Hubble Telescope photo of the Lagoon Nebula using visible light
Monday, June 24, 2019

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

The Cosmos Viewed from Earth and Outer Space from 1949 to the Present

Through October 6, 2019
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Arts Center

This new exhibit, which runs through Oct. 6, presents 40 color photographs, dating from 1990 to 2018, made from Hubble Telescope’s high-definition images and carefully sized, edited, and printed for maximum detail and optical color balance in the digital imaging labs in the Marshall Fine Art Center. Details »

Lagoon Nebula (visible light) 4/19/2018

Aleppo skyline
Saturday, March 23, 2019

Molly Crabapple & Marwan Hisham: Syria in Ink

Through April 26, 2019
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Molly Crabapple & Marwan Hisham: Syria in Ink includes more than 50 original drawings by artist Molly Crabapple and the voice of author and journalist Marwan Hisham. With pen and brush, together they capture Syria from before its precipitous fall to its current state of crisis and mass displacement. Details »

Aleppo Skyline, 2017, pen and ink on paper, 18 ¾ x 31 ¼ inches. © Molly Crabapple. Image courtesy the artist.

Aleppo skyline
Friday, March 22, 2019

Molly Crabapple & Marwan Hisham: Syria in Ink

Artist’s Talk & Opening Reception

Friday, March 22, 2019
4:30—7:30 p.m.
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Molly Crabapple & Marwan Hisham: Syria in Ink includes more than 50 original drawings by artist Molly Crabapple and the voice of author and journalist Marwan Hisham. With pen and brush, together they capture Syria from before its precipitous fall to its current state of crisis and mass displacement. Details »

Aleppo Skyline, 2017, pen and ink on paper, 18 ¾ x 31 ¼ inches. © Molly Crabapple. Image courtesy the artist.

Rosales talking o a crowd in a room bathed in blue light
Friday, February 22, 2019

Guadalupe Rosales: Legends Never Die, A Collective Memory

Through March 8, 2019
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Since 2015, artist Guadalupe Rosales has been building an archive of vernacular photographs and ephemera connected to Latinx culture in Los Angeles. Her projects exist as both archives of physical objects and crowd-sourced digital archives, assembled on her widely followed Instagram accounts. Details » 

Guadalupe Rosales leads a talk during the opening reception for Guadalupe Rosales: Legends Never Die in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery. 

Photo: Cole Sansom '19

A man and woman riveting a cockpit
Tuesday, January 29, 2019

FSA/OWI Collection from the Library of Congress: America Photographed in Color 1939-1943

FSA/OWI Collection from the Library of Congress: America Photographed in Color 1939-1943

Through April 28, 2019
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Arts Center

The Farm Security Agency (FSA) and the Office of War Information (OWI) commissioned some of the earliest color photography ever that documented life during the Depression and WWII. This exhibit debuts 50 of the FSA/OWI’s color photographs, newly restored and printed from high-definition digital scans made from the Library of Congress’ collection. Details »

Alfred T. Palmer, Riveting team working on the cockpit shell of a B-25 [i.e. C-47] bomber at the plant of North American Aviation, Inc. Inglewood [i.e. Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach], Calif. 1942. FSA/OWI Collection, Library of Congress, Washington, DC.

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