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Wall with graffiti
Saturday, January 21, 2017

ALL BIG LETTERS

January 20–March 3, 2017
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Curated by Vandalog Editor-in-Chief and Haverford alumnus RJ Rushmore ’14 on the 50th anniversary of modern graffiti, ALL BIG LETTERS approaches the medium as fundamentally entangled with its tools. Details »

UNTITLED (CENSE, ET AL.) STEVE WEINIK, 2014. PHOTOGRAPH

Wall with graffiti
Friday, January 20, 2017

ALL BIG LETTERS

Opening Talk & Reception

Friday, January 20, 2017
4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Curated by Vandalog Editor-in-Chief and Haverford alumnus RJ Rushmore ’14 on the 50th anniversary of modern graffiti, ALL BIG LETTERS approaches the medium as fundamentally entangled with its tools. Details »

UNTITLED (CENSE, ET AL.) STEVE WEINIK, 2014. PHOTOGRAPH

Southern for Pussy Film still
Friday, December 9, 2016

Bring Your Own Body

Through December 11, 2016
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Curated by Jeanne Vaccaro with Stamatina Gregory, Bring Your Own Body: transgender between archives and aesthetics presents the work of transgender artists and archives, from the institutional and sexological to the personal and liminal. Details »

Zackary Drucker, Southern for Pussy (2015). Film still. Courtesy of the artist.

Boulder Dam as photographed by Edward Weston
Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Photography: Recent Acquisitions 2013 to 2016

Recent Acquisitions 2013 to 2016

Through December 4, 2016
Atrium Gallery, Marshall Fine Arts Center

The Haverford College Photography Collection is one of the largest of any liberal arts college in the nation. This exhibition gathers 60 stellar works gifted to and purchased by the College over the last three years. Details »

Edward Weston, American (1886—1958), Boulder Dam [1941], Gelatin silver print; Purchase, Swann Gallery auction, April 2013.

A Present Without Memory: A/O
Thursday, November 3, 2016

Un presente sin memoria: A/O (Caso Céspedes)

November 3, 2016–December 9, 2016
Alcove Gallery and Rufus Jones Study, Magill Library

Inspired by the Inquisition case of an F to M surgeon, Eleno de Céspedes (Toledo, 1587), Cabello / Carceller’s mixed media project (photos and video) reflects on the traces of a life recorded in the inquisitorial dossier.  Details »

Artists' talk and opening in the Philips Wing, Magill Library on November 3 at 4:30 p.m. Image courtesy of the artist.

The Right Brain of Darkness
Monday, October 31, 2016

The Right Brain of Darkness: Work by Tuesday Smillie

October 21, 2016–December 11, 2016
Morley Alcove, Magill Library

The Right Brain of Darkness is a series of watercolor drawings by Tuesday Smillie celebrating Ursula K. Le Guin’s classic sci-fi novel, The Left Hand of Darkness, claiming the book as a proto-transfeminist text. Details »

Four covers of The Left Hand of Darkness from the series The Right Brain of Darkness by Tuesday Smillie. Images courtesy of the artist.

Consent to be Seen exhibit
Thursday, October 27, 2016

Exhibit

October 28, 2016–January 27, 2017
Sharpless Gallery, Magill Library

Curated by Courtney Carter '17 and Kristin Lindgren, Riva Lehrer's Consent to be Seen borrows the concept of "informed consent" from biomedicine in order to pose questions about consent in the context of portraiture, especially portraiture involving subjects who are socially stigmatized. Details »

"66 Degrees, self portrait in response to my changing relationship to my body", 24" x 36" acrylic on wood panel by Riva Lehrer, 2016.

Southern for Pussy Film still
Saturday, October 22, 2016

Bring Your Own Body

October 21, 2016–December 11, 2016
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Curated by Jeanne Vaccaro with Stamatina Gregory, Bring Your Own Body: transgender between archives and aesthetics presents the work of transgender artists and archives, from the institutional and sexological to the personal and liminal. Details »

Zackary Drucker, Southern for Pussy (2015). Film still. Courtesy of the artist.

Southern for Pussy Film still
Friday, October 21, 2016

Bring Your Own Body

Opening October 21, 2016
Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery

Curated by Jeanne Vaccaro with Stamatina Gregory, Bring Your Own Body: transgender between archives and aesthetics presents the work of transgender artists and archives, from the institutional and sexological to the personal and liminal. Details »

Zackary Drucker, Southern for Pussy (2015). Film still. Courtesy of the artist.

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