THIS WEEK AT THE DORSKY
Saturday, June 22, 5-7 pm
Opening Reception for Screen Play: Hudson Valley Artists 2013
Curated by Daniel Belasco
Alice and Horace Chandler and North Galleries
Screens, whether in hands, vehicles, or rooms, have become a nearly ubiquitous interface. In Screen Play, the Dorsky Museum's annual exhibition of Hudson Valley Artists, fifteen artists respond to or use screens as a material, process, or metaphor. Participating artists include Diann Bauer, Amy Brenner, Vernon M. Byron III, Adriana Farmiga, Shanti Grumbine, Patrick Kelley, Linda Kuehne, Abshalom Jac Lahav, LoVid, Rachel Rampleman, Steve Rossi, Adie Russell, K. Velis Turan, Jonathan Wang, and Harvey Weiss.
Saturday, June 22 and Sunday, June 23, 11am-5 pm
Saturday, July 27, 5:30-6:30 pm
Film Screening: Screen Play exhibiting artist Rachel Rampleman introduces a selection of her short videos.
Thursday, July 4
Closed for Independence Day
Saturday, July 20, 5-7 pm
Opening Reception for Anonymous: Contemporary Tibetan Art
Curated by Rachel Perera Weingeist
Morgan Anderson, Howard Greenberg Family, Sara Bedrick and Corridor Galleries
Largely drawn from The Shelley and Donald Rubin Private Collection, Anonymous will feature over 50 works of painting, sculpture, installation, and video art by 27 artists living in Tibet and around the world, including Dharamsala, Katmandu, New York City, Oakland, Thimphu, Zurich, and the Australian Outback. Many works were made exclusively for the exhibition and will be on view to the public for the first time.
OF SPECIAL NOTE:
Read a review of George Bellows: Selections from the 'War Series' Lithographs from the May 24th issue of the Poughkeepsie Journal!
George Bellows: Selections from the 'War Series' Lithographs
Curated by Wayne Lempka
Dorsky Museum Seminar Room
April 13 - June 23, 2013
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