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New York

New York Academy of Art

Exhibition Detail
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Curated by: Catherine Howe
111 Franklin Street
Between Church and West Broadway
New York, NY 10013


February 10th, 2011 - March 6th, 2011
Opening: 
February 9th, 2011 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Sink, Vincent DesiderioVincent Desiderio, Sink,
2010, oil on paper on prepared board, 48 X 64 inches
© Vincent Desiderio
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WEBSITE:  
http://www.nyaa.edu
NEIGHBORHOOD:  
tribeca/downtown
EMAIL:  
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PHONE:  
212-842-5975
OPEN HOURS:  
Daily, 2 - 8 pm, closed Tuesdays and holidays
SCHOOL ASSOCIATION:  
Brooklyn College, Long Island University, Montclair State University, New Jersey City University, New York Academy of Art, New York University, Parsons/New School, Pratt Institute, New York, Queens College, Rutgers, SUNY Purchase, SUNY Stony Brook and Tyler School of Art of Temple University
TAGS:  
sculpture, traditional, modern, figurative, abstract, realism, installation, mixed-media
COST:  
Free
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A group exhibition featuring work by outstanding faculty of prestigious MFA programs in the greater New York City area. Conceived by Catherine Howe, faculty member at the New York Academy of Art, and scheduled to run concurrently with the 2011 College Art Association conference and the 7th CAA New York Area MFA Exhibition at Hunter College, an expansive survey of work from students in 20 institutions within a hundred-mile radius of New York City.

For the esteemed artists who teach in these many MFA programs, serious art-making is required - maintaining a vigorous focus on an active studio practice is demanded.  The goal of this inaugural faculty exhibition is to engage in the discourse between teacher and student, mentor and rising star, reflecting the challenges and growth presented to each as a result of their pedagogical relationship.  The public – and the students -- may judge for themselves the output by these ever-evolving agents of influence and direction.


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