MassArt in the News
Genevieve Gaignard '07 Certificate Photography explores her identity as a mixed race woman, and changes the expectations about race and beauty with her alluring photographs.
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."
Illustration faculty Anthony Palocci Jr.'s It Can't Rain All the Time is now on view at How's Howard. Big Red & Shiny notes, "Palocci Jr.’s paintings inject his often banal subjects with a magnified presence and contemplative sense of isolation."
Studio Foundation faculty Edward Monovich found inspiration in the Alpine Ibex. His work is now on view at the University of Zurich's Zoological Museum.
Cedric Douglas '11 BFA Graphic Design continues with his creation of street murals - this time in Peabody, MA as part of the "Murals Live" project, coordinated by Peabody Cultural Collaborative. The mural outside of South Peabody Liquors honors Douglas' grandmother, who was a single mother who brought his family from Jamaica and raised 13 children.
Now on view at the Paula Cooper Gallery in New York, "Phones" by Christian Marclay '80 BFA Studio for Interrelated Media. The exhibition includes early work by Marclay, including sculptures and a video, as well as a selection of photographs and works on paper - all of which explore the recurrence of telephonic technologies as visual and acoustic material.