Category: Exhibitions

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Visual Arts Spring 2019 Events

EVENTS SPRING 2019

  • Film Club: Thursday Feb. 8, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Film Club: Thursday Feb. 15, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Majors Fair, LC: Thurs. Feb. 15, 11:30 – 2:30, Lowenstein Plaza Level
  • A selection of 16mm films from Canyon Cinema: Wed. Feb. 21, 6:00 SL 24 L
  • Film Club: Thursday Feb. 22, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Film Club: Thursday March 1, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Summer Research Grant Proposal application deadlineFri. March 2
  • Film Club: Thursday March 8, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Ildiko-Butler & Lipani Travel Grants: Application deadline, March 14; deliver to LL 423.
  • Film Club: Thursday March 15, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Film Club: Thursday April 5, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Film Club: Thursday April 12, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Film Club: Thursday April 19, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Film Club: Thursday April 26, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • Film Club: Thursday May 3, 11:30 – 1:00, SL 24L
  • End of the year Student Film Festival: Thurs. May 3, 6:00 pm SL 24 L

SENIOR EXHIBITIONS

BUTLER GALLERY

  • Kathleen Flynn & Nick RapilloMar 5 – 17
  • Chloe Lin & Liam CostelloMar 18 – Apr 11
  • George Horihan & Rayna WeingordApr 12 – 24
  • Emma DiMarco & Matt SchefflerApr 25 – May 7
  • Aseah Kahn & Erin O’FlynnMay 8 – 21

LIPANI GALLERY

  • Marc DeitzFeb 23
  • Perla Troncoso, Sophia Chelnitsky & Mayra GutierrezMar 9 – Apr 7
  • Masha BychkovaApr 8 – 21
  • Arthur BanachApr 22 – May 5
  • Sam RobbinsMay 6 – 21
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Sous les paves, the Beach! an Urbanism Classroom “Fordham Square”

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Sous les paves, the Beach!
an Urbanism Classroom
“Fordham Square”

Nov 4th – Dec 3rd
The Lipani Gallery
Fordham College Lincoln Center
113 W 60th Street, NYC NY 10023

Presented in this exhibition is work by students and faculty over the last few years in the fields of urban, architectural, landscape, and interior design. Projects include:

A Seminar Room of black, chrome & glass furnishings: collections of FU TDAR & Grinker Cathcart
Koreatown Mini-Hotel: the senior project of Sean Rowden, BA AIAS (FCRH’14 Urban Studies; Sean was the 2nd president of FuAIAS).

Fordham Square, UWS NYC, Alex Truica AIAS MArch (Pratt exp’17), Liz Davis AIAS, Bala Strivistava AIAS, Julie Norris, Claire Mardian AIAS BA FCLC’16 (Claire was the 4th secretary of FuAIAS), Shay xxx AIAS, Ari AIAS, etc.

Solar II at Stuyvesant Cove, Manhattan (2001- 2017) by Colin Murray Cathcart AIA et al;
Tower models designed and made by students of VART 2050 – Architectural Design
Urban comparisons and observations by URST 5040 – Urbanism. Spring of 2017 Fordham Lincoln Center.

Waterfront Post Sandy (2009 – 2015) Prof. Denisha Williams, her students and colleagues.
Women Urbanists: gallery labels by students of VART 2070 – Architectural Design, including one by Brianna Providence AIAS, BA (exp May 2017. Brianna was the 4th president of FuAIAS).

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The 2016–2017 Ildiko Butler Travel Award Recipients

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Photographs by: Jason Boit, Phillip Gregor, Sam Robbins, Yu Ting Lin (images)


Curators: Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock & Joseph Lawton
Exhibition Dates: July 2017—May 2018


The Hayden Hartnett Project Space
Fordham University at Lincoln Center MAP
113 West 60th Street at Columbus Avenue
Office of Undergraduate Admission, Lowenstein, RM 203
New York, NY 10023
The galleries are open from 9am to 9pm everyday except on university holidays
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Fordham University’s Department of Theatre & Visual Art is proud to present an exhibition of the 2016—2017 Ildiko Butler Travel Award Recipients: Jason Boit, Phillip Gregor, Sam Robbins, and Yu Ting Lin. This highly competitive grant is offered to sophomore and junior Visual Arts Majors for independent research. Up to four Ildiko Butler Travel Awards are given annually for exceptional work in the medium of photography.

The grant has enabled students to travel the world from Rome to Havana, Berlin to Budapest, and even from Moscow to Beijing on the Trans-Mongolian Railway. In each and every case the travel opportunity afforded by the award has been educational and transformative for the students. The photographs generated while traveling often become the core of a student’s senior thesis exhibition. In addition, a selection of work from each year’s recipients is included in a year-long exhibition in the Hayden Hartnett Project Space. This year our recipients traveled across India (Boit), Italy (Gregor), America (Robbins), and Taiwan (Lin).

About the Hayden Hartnett Project Space: this space presents yearlong exhibitions of photographic work produced by students in the Department of Theatre and Visual Art. Located in the Office of Undergraduate Admission at Fordham’s Lincoln Center campus, the Hayden Hartnett Project Space introduces prospective students and their parents to the high caliber of visual work produced at Fordham University.

Location and hours: The Hayden Hartnett Project Space is inside the Office of Undergraduate Admission on the second floor of the Leon Lowenstein building, RM 203 and is open Monday—Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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Location, Location, Location at the Ildiko Butler Gallery

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Location, Location, Location
Featuring photographs by: Roei Greenberg, Brian McClave, Sergio Purtell
Curators: Stephan Apicella-Hitchcock & Joseph Lawton
Exhibition Dates: June 27—October 2
Reception: September 13, 6–8 pm

The Ildiko Butler Gallery
Fordham University at Lincoln Center
113 West 60th Street at Columbus Avenue
New York, NY 10023
The galleries are open from 9am to 9pm everyday except on university holidays

Fordham University is proud to present Location, Location, Location, twenty landscape photographs pulled from larger investigations made by three photographers from Israel, the United Kingdom, and the United States. Their work represents a range of years, different photographic styles, and interests; however, despite the differences in their individual focus, each photographer is engaged in the process of carefully studying the world and representing it in a straightforward, descriptive manner. Fidelity to what is framed is of paramount importance. Regardless of the photographers’ chosen subjects, the participants in this exhibition are deeply engaged in the process of looking at what is in front of them. Their images embrace a long tradition in the medium of photography that celebrates the revelatory power of direct representation.

Artist Statements:
Roei Greenberg, b. Israel (left wall)
The name of this project, Along the Break, is taken from the Hebrew translation of the geographic phenomena: “The Syrian-African Break” (The Great Rift Valley) which crosses Israel from its northernmost point to its southernmost tip. This geography also plays a key role in the way physical borders have been placed. It shapes the borders with Lebanon and Syria in the north and the border with Jordan and Egypt in the south. My work is an exploration along the natural, as well as political boundaries in the landscape.

Brian McClave, b. United Kingdom (right wall)
Early in my career I returned to the house I grew up in and made large format photographs. The pictures were an attempt to recapture my intimate connection to that place. The photographs were as much about fleeting recollections as they were about the actual landscape. Thirty years later, when revisiting these photographs, it became apparent that my perception today of the world that I once occupied is thoroughly shaped by these images.

Sergio Purtell, b. Chile, American (center wall)
In Real, Sergio Purtell documents the architecture, landscape, and ongoing changes in and around the area where he lives and works in Brooklyn. Utilizing a custom made hand held large format camera, he shows his subject in all its quotidian detail and beauty.

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Sit Beside Me: Between Other and Author Interpersonal Documentaries from the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio

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Sit Beside Me: Between Other and Author
Interpersonal Documentaries from the UnionDocs Collaborative Studio

Lipani Gallery
Exhibition Dates: June 8 – October 2, 2017
Opening Event: Thursday, June 15th / 7PM
Curator: UnionDocs

This Summer, Fordham University partners up with Brooklyn-Based documentary center UnionDocs to present Sit Beside Me: Between Other and Author. UnionDocs (UnDo) presents six short documentaries culled from the archive, exploring the inviting relationship between the filmmaker and the subject. The films were produced within the Collaborative Studio, UnDo’s annual fellowship program throwing international artists, journalists, and new media makers together to explore the outer bounds of documentary art.

Nearly a decade going, the Collaborative Studio has produced over 50 short documentaries, centered around a theme presented for exploration by UnionDocs. In search of a new thread, we’ve discovered Sit Beside Me? Six unknowingly interwoven works, born in different times, silently broaching the same question: what is the unspoken relationship between the documentarian and people who open their lives to the world?

Together for the first time within the Lipani gallery, the series trounces across a garden of cinematic approaches and themes. From a dotingly vibrant animation spun to a blind beatnik’s Homeric enthusiasm, to a lens that glances NYC’s masses with the searching eye of a lost lover, to the respectful distance in re-living a tenant’s toughest battle. Within this cornucopia of aesthetic approaches, we uncover ways to commune and embrace with life, projected and personal.

Including works from directors Tina Antolini, Mariangela Ciccarello, Constanza Mirré, Marina Lameiro, Livia Vonaesch, Shawn Wen, and Tracie Williams