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  • Publications - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    Alumni Cabañas Kaira M ed 2011 Yes Edward Koren The Capricious Line Rosand David Fane Diana Koren Edward 2010 Yes Experiments in the Everyday Allan Kaprow and Robert Watts Events Objects Documents Buchloh Benjamin H D Rodenbeck Judith F 1999 Yes Goddess Heroine Beast Anna Hyatt Huntington s New York Sculpture 1902 1936 Higonnet Anne 2014 Yes Guide to Phlamoudhi Smith Joanna S 2005 Yes Impossible Picturesqueness Edward Lear s Indian Watercolors Dehejia Vidya 1989 Yes Jean Fautrier 1898 1964 Carter Curtis L Butler Karen K 2002 Yes Mastering McKim s Plan Columbia s First Century on Morningside Heights Bergdoll Barry Haswell Hollee Parks Janet 1997 Yes Modernism and Iraq Bahrani Zainab Shabout Nada M 2009 Yes Moscow City Spectacle Capital of Photography Michoustina Nadia 2003 Yes Multiple Occupancy Eleanor Antin s Selves Liebert Emily ed 2014 Yes The New Acropolis Museum Mylonopoulos Ioannis Chaniotis Angelos 2009 Yes The Old World Builds the New The Guastavino Company and the Technology of the Catalan Vault 1885 1962 Parks Janet Neumann Alan G 1996 Yes Paris as Gameboard Man Ray s Atgets Laxton Susan 2002 Yes Percival Goodman Architect Planner Teacher Painter Elman Kimberly J ed Giral Angela ed 2000 Yes Pictures for Books Photographs by Thomas Roma Kismaric Susan 2010 Yes Please teach me Rainer Ganahl and the Politics of Learning Kaizen William 2005 Yes The Post Pre Raphaelite Print Etching Illustration Reproductive Engraving Photography in England in and around the 1860s Staley Allen 1995 Yes Reflection Seven Years in Print The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies Hirsch Faye 2003 Yes Restoring Byzantium The Kariye Camii in Istanbul the Byzantine Institute Restoration Klein Holger A ed Ousterhout Robert G ed 2004 Yes Revolutions A Century of Makonde Masquerade in Mozambique Bortolot Alexander Ives 2007 Yes Robert Moses and the Modern

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  • About the Gallery - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    aka Eleanor Antin Performa 13 November 9 2013 Vector Composition 1 October 2013 2014 First Year MFA Exhibition March 28 2014 HYPER RESEMBLANCES MODA Curates 2014 May 2014 Installation view The Miriam and Ira D Wallach Art Gallery advances Columbia University s historical critical and creative engagement with the visual arts Serving as both a laboratory and a forum The Wallach Art Gallery offers opportunities for curatorial practice and discourse while bridging the diverse approaches to the arts at the University with a welcome broader public We present projects that Are organized by graduate students and faculty in Art History Archaeology or by other Columbia scholars Focus on the contemporary artists of our campus and communities Offer new scholarship on University special collections Established in 1986 The Wallach Art Gallery is the University s premier visual arts space We are a platform for critically acclaimed exhibitions a dynamic range of programming and publications that contribute to scholarship The Wallach Art Gallery also animates other university spaces as opportunity arises We operate in close relationship to the Department of Art History and Archaeology School of the Arts and the university Libraries particularly Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library Please see our

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  • Relocation - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    Street The generous and founding endowment established by Miriam and Ira D Wallach enables a wide range of exhibitions and related projects proposed by advanced graduate students and faculty in the department of Art History and Archaeology As The Wallach Art Gallery looks toward 2017 and the new location we are building our resources in several areas in order to enable the dynamic amplified program that we envision If you would like to help us build these resources click here https giving columbia edu giveonline Class visit to the Xu Bing Square Word Calligraphy exhibition at the Wallach Art Gallery Education To enhance our existing adult public programming free educational offerings will provide multiple entry points to art for persons of all ages Educational programming will prioritize building long term ongoing affiliations with K 12 schools community hubs and senior centers surrounding our new campus We will provide opportunities to consider a wide range of artistic production encourage observation and critical thinking spark curiosity and create conversations This effort is central to the welcoming and open spirit of our new campus 2014 First Year MFA Exhibtion installation view Contemporary Art Contemporary artists are vital in our communities reflecting and commenting on society questioning definitions and dialoguing with history Initiatives such as the MODA Curates series or the MFA end of year exhibitions introduce thought provoking new talents while also providing an overview of the exciting directions of art today We involve living and often local artists in our public programs ephemeral performances or longer term commissions for site specific opportunities that enliven the campus at large Félix Candela 1910 2010 February 2012 Installation view Special Projects The Distinctive Special Collections of the University Libraries include among others Art Properties Avery Architectural Fine Arts Library and Rare Books Manuscripts The Wallach

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  • Contact Us - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    are located at 116th Street on Broadway and Amsterdam Ave Click here for visitor information and a campus map Miriam and Ira D Wallach Art Gallery Columbia University 926 Schermerhorn Hall 1190 Amsterdam Ave MC 5502 New York NY 10027 Phone 212 854 7288 Gallery Staff Deborah Cullen Director and Chief Curator dcullen columbia edu Jeanette Silverthorne Associate Director j silverthorne columbia edu Elisabeth Rochau Shalem Associate Director of External

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  • The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles partial and promised gift of Blake Byrne Marlene Dumas Joseph R Wolin Senior Curator Organized and sponsored by The Skylark Foundation Open This End features both iconic and lesser known works from some of the most significant artists of the last 50 years The title from a 1962 Warhol painting included in the show suggests that the exhibition is a present to be unwrapped a surprise that audiences will delight in discovering The painting sculpture drawing collage photography video installation and mixed media of more than 30 artists is employed by the exhibition to present several different narratives in the history of art from the 1960s to the present All artists referenced here are in the show One narrative starts with the Pop Art of Warhol and Ed Ruscha and includes Conceptual Art by Ruscha John Baldessari and Bruce Nauman and Minimalism by Agnes Martin and Tony Smith This narrative gave rise to the Pictures Generation art of Cindy Sherman Louise Lawler and Sherrie Levine as well as to later practices such as those of Rita McBride Bruce Helander and Christopher Williams The German variant of Pop Art put forth by Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke may be seen as a forerunner to the paintings of Martin Kippenberger Albert Oehlen and Marlene Dumas The body oriented performance art of Vito Acconci and Paul McCarthy finds echoes not only in McCarthy s later work but also in the psychologically inflected art of Mike Kelley and Martin Kersels Beginning in the 1990s artists focused on the personal as political by drawing on the same legacies from the 1960s and 70s as well as the work of other artists such as David Hammons The work of Glenn Ligon Mark Bradford Paul Pfeiffer Kehinde Wiley and Wangechi Mutu touches upon issues of race culture and identity while the art of Felix Gonzalez Torres addresses sexuality loss and the vulnerable queer body in the age of AIDS Figurative sculptors such as Juan Muñoz Thomas Houseago and Matthew Monahan also picture the body subject to various deformations both artistic and psychological Lorraine Wild at Green Dragon Office who is a 2006 AIGA Gold Medal winner designed the exhibition s 120 page catalogue About The Skylark Foundation Based in Los Angeles The Skylark Foundation is committed to encouraging innovation striving for social justice and supporting diversity From 2013 to 2017 The Skylark Foundation s focus is the exhibition Open This End About Blake Byrne Blake Byrne has been listed as a top 200 art collector by Art News In celebration of his 80th birthday Open This End is being exhibited at the schools that he and his family have attended The show has traveled to the Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University and to Urban Arts Space at Ohio State University After the exhibition closes at The Wallach Art Gallery where it is presented in conjunction with the Centennial Celebrations of Columbia Business School it will travel to its last

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  • 2016 First-Year MFA Exhibition - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    26 April 9 2016 First year Visual Arts MFA students present new work at the Miriam and Ira D Wallach Art Gallery Curated by Amanda Parmer independent writer artist and curator living in New York Artists Michal Alpern Dana Buhl Lucy Lord Campana Andrew Cannon Nash Glynn Maggie Goldstone Allison Janae Hamilton Taylor Ashby Hawkins Duy Hoàng Iris Yirei Hu TJ Hwang Kim Junsung Joeun Aatchim Peter LaBier Alex Mctigue

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  • The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    line of flight unites the exhibition s sections through a general mode of inquiry that embraces the potential and the provisional Lines of Flight is curated by David Crane and Leah Hartman with educational programming organized by Kat Cohn It is the fourth presentation of the MODA Curates series an annual opportunity offered by The Miriam and Ira D Wallach Art Gallery and the MA in Modern Art Critical and Curatorial Studies Program MODA for outstanding curatorial proposals related to students theses Organized by David Crane Life Serial presents the work of a number of artists who utilize various methods of serial production as the means to investigate notions of subjectivity Characterized by conceptual systems modularity and geometric formulas seriality has often been used as a way to eliminate the psychological and physical traces of the artist from their objects In many cases the focus on seriality led to work that tends towards the ahistorical cut off from social and political concerns Against this grain Life Serial brings together a diverse group of artists who use serial methods to posit a new form of subjectivity as a means to explore issues of race sexuality history and the body Bethany Collins Felix Gonzalez Torres Wade Guyton Leslie Hewitt Ragnar Kjartansson Emily Kloppenburg Glenn Ligon Contemporary Ruins Resistance to the Spectacular Image curated by Leah Hartman features a selection of artists who engage with the aestheticization of cultural heritage destruction and its reception by the global media Attacks on culture have a long history from the Nazi Party s attempt to eradicate degenerate art to the Taliban s annihilation of the Bamiyan Buddhas to the Islamic State s recent videos these efforts are tied together by the immutable and complex connections between art culture power and politics The works presented in Contemporary

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  • In Transit/Liquid Highway, 2015by Scherezade Garcia - The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
    flight journeys over so much deep water that in an instant can become a grave On her lushly painted surfaces delicate screen printed drawings and stamped images surrounded by handwriting create a dancing linear web a cresting froth These waves sparkling inviting and also terrifying and crashing are metonyms for the journeys of transplanted Dominican communities They are now the largest and most rapidly growing Latino community in New York nearly a million strong This new work explores what Garcia calls the liquid frontier the wild dangerous unknown that stands between the Caribbean and a new life Scherezade Garcia was born in The Dominican Republic and has lived in New York since she arrived in 1986 to attend Parsons The New School for Design on a full merit scholarship She received her AAS from Altos de Chavon The School of Design an affiliate of Parsons in La Romana the Dominican Republic her BFA from Parsons The New School for Design NY and her MFA from The City College of New York Garcia is currently a faculty member at Parsons The New School for Design Scherezade Garcia s site specific work for Miller Theatre Lobby is co commissioned and co presented by Miller Theatre and the Miriam and Ira D Wallach Art Gallery This is the third collaborative project between Columbia University s two major artistic presenting spaces Miller Theatre is located north of the Columbia University s main campus gate at 116th St and Broadway on the ground floor of Dodge Hall The theatre lobby is open to the public Monday through Friday from 10 a m to 6 p m and beginning two hours before each scheduled performance Upcoming Events Liquid Highway Revisted Hispañola in Perspective A Rountable Discussion with Firelei Báez Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful and Scherezade Garcia

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