Mfa Thesis Exibition: May 6 July 24

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Mfa Thesis Exibition: May 6 July 24
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Washington University Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts says
MFA Thesis Exibition + Summer Exhibitions
6-7p: Member Preview; 7-9p, Public Reception

A free shuttle will run between the Kemper & Grand Center, beginning at 6:30p and ending at 9p. See link for details:

Main Galleries: MFA Thesis Exhibtion
This exhibition will feature thesis projects by the twenty students in the graduating class of Washington University’s Graduate School of Art in the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts. The 2016 MFA candidates are: Caitlin Aasen, Mr. Jonathan P. Berger, Candice Block, Sam Boven, Kendall Lee Brown, Jackson Bullock, Eric Burwell, Christopher Thomas Campbell, Garrett Clough, Wyndi Antoinette DeSouza, Nicole Fry, Sarah Harford, Madeline Marak, Holly McGraw, Yvonne Osei, Danica Radoshevich, Shirin Rastin, Rachel Ahava Rosenfeld, Adam Turl, and Julie Weinberger.

Teaching Gallery: Battle of Ideal vs. Real: The Figure in Nineteenth-Century Art. During the transformative period of the nineteenth century, artists experimented with alternative ways of representing the body while questioning established conventions. Battle of Ideal vs. Real: The Figure in Nineteenth-Century Art explores those vibrant artistic practices that reinterpreted aesthetic traditions and forged new ones. Featuring works by Honoré Daumier, Edgar Degas, Julien Dupré, Anne-Louis Girodet, and Pierre Puvis de Chavannes, among others, this exhibition incorporates paintings, sculptures, drawings, caricatures, and prints to demonstrate the breadth of this dialogue. Curated by Meg Galindo and Max Valsamas, PhD students in the Department of Art History & Archaeology in Arts & Sciences, in conjunction with the course “Introduction to Western Art, Architecture, and Design” offered in summer 2016.
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