BFA Student Work
BFA Exhibitions in Barney Building
Beatrice Glow, BFA is featured in the solo exhibition The Wayfinding Project, on view at the Asian/Pacific/American Institute at New York University from March 24 through to December 21, 2016. The Wayfinding Project doubles as a lab activated by research and dialogue led by Lenape and Pacific scholars, culture bearers, and communities, to piece together the surviving historical fragments of land dispossesion, dislocation, and diasporas. Glow will also be lecturing and performing in A Tale of Two Islands, a welcome event to denote the start of her residency at the Asian/Pacific/American Institute. The event will take place Tuesday, Setepber 27, 2016 at 6:30pm at NYU Steinhardt Pless Hall on the first floor lounge.
Alex McQuilkin, BFA/MFA is featured in the group exhibition I Prefer Life. Commemorating the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Weserburg, the exhibition brings together around 100 pictures, sculptures and video works that investigate in a quite sensual and convincingly provocative manner issues of identity, the assignment of social roles, and also existential areas of life and death. Highlights and previously un-displayed works from the Reydan Weiss Collection will be presented. This show is on view May 21, 2016 through to February 26, 2017 at the Weserburg Museum of Modern Art in Bremen, Germany.
Becky Kolsrud, BFA is featured in the Artsy editorial article, "These 20 Female Artists Are Pushing Figurative Painting Forward." Kolsrud is also featured in artnet News for the, "Editors' Pick: 10 Art Events to See in New York This Week" for the group exhibition, Mal Maison, on view at Maccarone in New York City through to August 12, 2016.
Damien Davis, BFA/MA Visual Arts Administration has been accepted as Artist-in-Residence to the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council's Workspace Program. Davis is also featured in artnet News for the "Editors' Pick: 10 Art Events to See in New York This Week" for his solo show, Object | Affection, and will have works featured in the upcoming book ReSignifications: European Blackamoors, Africana Readings (Paperback) by Ellyn Mary Toscano and Awam Amkpa, which will be released on October 11, 2016. Additionally, Davis is participating in the upcoming group exhibitions Erote, on view September 7 through to October 30, 2016 at The Hollows Artspace, and WIWTFDT, on view October 13 through to November 12, 2016 at the Joshua Liner Gallery.
Heidi Lau, BFA will be featured in the show Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy: Stories of Chinese Food and Identity in America at the Museum of Chinese in America. A collaboration with Lu Zhang, the exhibition will feature over 50 pieces of commissioned ceramic sculptures that draw upon processes and elements from regional Chinese cultural history and techniques. The opening will take place Thursday, October 6th, 6-8pm. The show will run until March 26th, 2017.
Alyssa Steiger, BFA has her mural on view at First Street Green Art Park in New York through summer 2016. The mural is inspired by sacred geometry using the interaction of forms and colors in a symmetric harmony to create balance in a world of chaos.
Molly Dilworth, BFA is currently working on a mural for the Arts Commission's Toledo I-280 Mural Project in Toledo, OH. The mural is a 6,000 square foot wrap-around mural for the Parks & Recreation building at Ketchum Avenue, facing I-280 in Toledo. It has been commissioned to last ten years and is on view at Fort Industry.
Borna Sammak, BFA and Jasmin Tsou, BFA are featured in the artnet news article, "The Top 10 Booths at Indepedent New York 2016." Sammak's work is featured in Tsou's booth for JTT as number 7 on the top 10 list.
Famed actor, Sylvester Stallone, took an art selfie in front of a video by Borna Sammak, BFA, featured in the ARTnews article, "Sylvester Stallone Took an Art Selfie in front of a Borna Sammak Video."
Dae Young Kim, BFA and Eleanor Gollin, BFA are featured on page six of the Fall 2015 issue of NYU's Arts Digest discussing their Kimmel Window installations for Steinhardt's 125th anniversary.
Dennis Witkin, BFA is featured in the Artsy article, "The New York Artist-Run Galleries You Need to Know, Part II" discussing Kimberly-Klark, the gallery he runs in Queens alongside artists Robert Alan Grand, Emma Hazen, and Sydney Smith. Witkin has also been featured in the Artspace article, "Meet the Dealers: New York's Kimberly-Klark Gallery Finds a Space for Emerging Artists to Breathe in Queens." The article praises the ingenuity of the artists for choosing Queens as the location for their gallery. As a more affordable borough with lower rent prices, the gallery is not so focused on sales, but more so on allowing their exhibiting artists room to be experimental. Exhibiting artists at the gallery include Libby Rothfeld, BFA who is mentioned in the Artspace article, as well.
Violet Dennison, BFA and Graham Hamilton, BFA are featured in the Artsy article, "The New York Artist-Run Galleries You Need to Know, Part I" in which the two artists, alongside partnering artist Scott Keightley, discuss running their gallery, Violet's Cafe while managing their own artistic practices.
George Pfau, BFA has his artwork featured in the book, "Transatlantic Zombie: Slavery, Rebellion and Living Death" by Sarah Juliet Lauro. The book is available for purchase on Amazon.com and Rutgers University Press.