Past Exhibitions: 2004
January 24–March 28, 2004
Julie Mehretu is a painter who makes large-scale, ultra dynamic canvases built up through a complicated series of acrylic layers on canvas overlaid with explorative, frenetic, markings. Her points of departure are architecture and the city, particularly the accelerated, compressed and highly dense urban environments of the twenty-first century.
October 18, 2003–March 4, 2004
In conjunction with Mori on Wright, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery mounted this exhibition, gleaned from the Gallery’s rich collection of sculpture, painting, and photographs.
November 8, 2003–February 22, 2004
In conjunction with the Fall 2003 Museum Studies class at Canisius College, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery exhibited a selection of works on paper from the Gallery’s permanent collection.
September 13, 2003–February 1, 2004
Janine Antoni transforms the seemingly inconsequential and routine acts of living into tools for making art. She gives form to visceral experience. Incarnate brings together a selection of her recent works, exploring the way our mothers, both in a literal and ecological sense, form our existence.
October 4, 2003–January 4, 2004
Materials, Metaphors, Narratives describes the work of six contemporary artists united by a common ethos. Petah Coyne, Lesley Dill, Ken Price, Tom Sachs, Jeanne Silverthorne, and Fred Tomaselli are object makers first and foremost.
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