Artsy looks beyond the popular weimaraner photographs of MassArt alumnus William Wegman '65 BFA Painting to tout him as a "pioneering conceptual artist [of] the 1960s and '70s."
"World of Tabboo! Early & Recent Work," by MassArt alumnus Stephen Tashjian '81 BFA Painting, who stage name is "Tabboo!" is on view at Gordon Robichaux, and a selection of his work is also on view at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Artforum interviewed Tabboo! about his art, New York, and his life with gallerist Pat Hearn.
With her "Dance Spots," MassArt alumna Elisa Hamilton '07 BFA Painting inspires people to dance through a series of interactive, pop-up pieces and dance experiences that involve anyone and everyone who walks by.
Elisa Hamilton '07 BFA Painting created the interactive installation "Community Legacy" at the MIT List Visual Arts Center. The installation allows students and the public to consider what they're leaving behind and what kind of world they are leaving it to.
During Summer 2017, Professor of Painting Stuart Diamond's Trunks and Tales was on view at Rhode Island College's Bannister Gallery. Big Red & Shiny notes, "The strength of these artworks is in their thoughtful, witty architecture, evidence that Diamond is a painter’s painter."
Alumnus Lavaughan Jenkins '05 BFA Painting speaks with Take Magazine about his "Reconstructed Figures" on view at Abigail Ogilvy Gallery.
Totah Gallery presents a solo exhibition featuring the work of MassArt alumnus Alex Sewell '13 BFA Painting. Art Daily describes his work as: "In vivid liquid-crystal color, Sewell conflates human form, sports equipment, machines of war, urban legend and mythology. With a wink of humor, he dives deep into the subconscious, and forces a collision of beat ‘em up figures, sketched from the naïve understanding of youth and flattened across fore and backgrounds."
MassArt alumnus Clark Filio debuts his work in "Betrayal and Vengeance," a New York exhibition at Kimberly-Klark in Ridgewood, Queens.