selections from the Wells Fargo Collection
ROY LICHTENSTEIN,Titled, 1996, serigraph. Courtesy of Wells Fargo Art Collection, St. Louis, Missouri. © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein
NOW thru August 17, 2014
Admission: $8 / $5
Free for all students, and UK staff, faculty and alumni
Free for everyone on Friday nights from 5 until 8 pm
An exhibition featuring some of the twentieth century’s most prominent artists including Christo, Helen Frankenthaler, Roy Lichtenstein, and Andy Warhol, working in a wide range of styles, including Pop Art, Color Field painting, and various forms of abstraction.
Landscape/Mindscape Art Education Guide
WHAT DREAMS MAY COME
GERALD FERSTMAN, Color Me Grape Goya Through the Looking
Glass, lithograph on paper
December 8, 2013 - July 27, 2014
A selection of works on paper depicting a range of subliminal subjects—from angelic dreams to violent nightmares, and everything in between. A wide variety of styles and media by international artists working in the late nineteenth to the twenty-first centuries are included.
What Dreams May Come was curated by art history graduate students Courtney Anich and Alisa Reynolds as part of internships in the Registration Department.
GERALD FERSTMAN, Color Me Grape Goya Through the Looking Glass, lithograph on paper
PRINTS FOR THE PEOPLE:
Student Research on the WPA Collection
RUTH CHANEY, Elevated, color silkscreen on paper.
Allocated by the U.S. Government; commissioned through
the New Deal art projects.
March 23 - July 27, 2014
Prints for the People is the result of a project in the art history class "History of the Print in the Western Tradition," taught by Dr. Jane Peters and Bebe Lovejoy, focusing on the "hands-on" study of original prints in the Art Museum's collections. Works were selected by students Courtney Anich, Phil Giles, Renee Lindsey, David Martin, Erin McDonald, Grant Pangallo, Alisa Reynolds, Carly Schrider, and Whitney Scott.
The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky, reaccredited in 2009, is one of only two art museums in the state that are accredited by the AAM.
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