Traditions in Transition: Contemporary Art of India
Jan. 22 to Feb. 21, 2015
A group exhibition of Indian contemporary art inspired by folk traditions from
regions throughout India. Curated by Manvee Vaid from Deccan Footprints.
Opening reception: Thursday, Jan. 22, 12 to 2 p.m.
Special Reception: Sunday, Feb. 8, 1 to 3 p.m.
Will include a traditional Indian fire ceremony
Curator Talks: Thursday, Jan. 29, 11a and Wednesday, Feb. 4, 1 p.m.
Manvee Vaid will discuss the stories and traditions behind traditional and
contemporary art in India.
Special Topic Discussion: Wednesday, Feb. 18, noon
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Gothic Spine, 2012, sterling silver, violin pegs, fabric
Studio Art Faculty Exhibit
Thursday Nov. 6, 2014 to January 10, 2015
Open during Holiday performances in the Belushi Performance Hall.
An exhibition of new work by College of DuPage full-time studio art faculty, Mara Baker, Charles Boone, Glenn Hansen, Jennifer Hereth, Kathleen Kamal, Brad Killam, David Ouellette, Terry Vitacco
Thursday, Nov. 6, 3 to 6 p.m.
Lunch chat with the artists: Monday, Nov. 10 in the gallery
A noon hour open discussion with exhibiting faculty members. The art professors will speak about their art in the gallery for 5 minutes followed by Q & A. Free and open to everyone.
Artist Talk: Wednesday, Nov. 12, noon, Playhouse Theatre
Sculptor, Marina Kuchinski was one of sixteen artists to attend the renowned Arts/Industry Residency program at the John Kohler Arts Center. Sixteen exceptional artists from around the world are chosen each year for two- to six-month residencies that give them access to the pottery or iron/brass foundry and enamel shop in Kohler Co.'s Kohler, Wisconsin, plant. Marina will talk about her experiences and show the work she produced at the plant this past summer. Free and open to everyone.
Amy Vogel, "The Difficulty of Beauty," installation view, Paul Kotula Projects, Detroit, 2014.
Amy Vogel: A Paraperspective
Thursday, September 4 to Saturday October 25, 2014
View Amy Vogel catalog (PDF)
Where an artist’s retrospective is designed to survey a completed body of work, the “paraperspective” surveys an incomplete and unstable body of work, it works around its subject, through it, under it, and even, in some ways, apart from it by addressing sources, influences, and the production of work that informs the art. This paraperspective is a collaboration between Joseph Grigely and Amy Vogel with a catalogue essay by Joseph Grigely.
Vivian Maier, Self-Portrait (Expressions), 1968, Evanston, IL
Vivian Maier: Exposed
Tuesday, June 17 to Saturday, August 16, 2014
View Vivian Maier catalog (PDF)
Vivian Maier (French/American, 1926-2009) thrilled the world when her body of work of more than 100,000 negatives and some films were discovered in 2007. Maier kept photography all to herself, shooting in her spare time with her Rolliflex ready to capture anything and everything; buildings, trees, shadows, street portraits, road kill, gang members, newspaper headlines, celebrities, the odd, the mundane, the interesting, the everyday, and many times her own portrait or simply a shadow of herself.
College of DuPage was involved early on in the development of 200 rolls of Maier’s films owned by Jeffrey Goldstein. Members of “Team Vivian”, a team that helped develop the negatives, included several COD students and photo consultant, Frank Jackowiak, who were the first to process and view many of the photographs in this exhibition and the Jeffrey Goldstein collection, Vivian Maier Prints Inc.
Charles Loggins III, Fly Away Girl, color photo print on canvas
Annual Juried Student Art Exhibit
Thursday, April 10 to Saturday, May 17, 2014
A juried display of art works by College of DuPage art students.
Selections of Artworks from the
Cleve Carney Collection
Thursday, Feb. 6 to
Saturday, March 29, 2014
Cleve Carney was passionate about the arts and an avid supporter and collector of contemporary work by local, as well as national and international artists.
He had an appetite and inquisitiveness for new art that continued to broaden the scope of his collection up until the end of his life.
His collection ranges from work by Chicago Imagists, abstract painting and sculpture, representational, post-minimalist, and conceptual artworks. The upcoming inaugural exhibition Selections from Cleve Carney’s Art Collection will include paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, photography, and digital media by Mel Bochner, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Julia Fish, John Fraser, Arturo Hererra, Jenny Holzer, Markus Linnebrink, Judy Ledgerwood, Robert Motherwell, Jim Nutt, Roxy Paine, David Shrigley, Ann Wilson, Zhou Brothers and many many more.