Tomorrow!! Tuesday, November 2, 2021 at 6:30 PM
Livestream lecture on Art & Art History YouTube Channel
About the artist: Althea Murphy-Price’s work is inspired by the social implication of beauty and its relationship to female identity, women, and culture. Topics of real and false, decoration, and imitation are explored in two and three-dimensional working methods, using traditional and non-conventional approaches to printmaking, and sculpture. Her artwork has been shown widely throughout the country as well as internationally.
Megan O'Grady, Assistant Professor of Critical and Curatorial Studies
New York Time Style Magazine: The Greats
Celebrates four talents — an actress, an artist, a playwright and a fashion designer — who have helped make and change the culture.
"For over 30 years, the artist has been making work that speaks to American history — ambiguous, open-ended, existentially observant. At a time in which the fundamentals of fact and fiction are being questioned, his art captures the truth of a culture in decline."
Read Megan O'Grady's recently published article about artist, Glenn Ligon. LINK HERE
Image detail: Ligon’s “Rückenfigur” (2009), one of the artist’s trademark neon sculptures. Collection of Whitney Museum of American Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, ICA Boston. © Glenn Ligon. Courtesy of the artist; Hauser & Wirth, New York; Regen Projects, Los Angeles; Thomas Dane Gallery, London; and Galerie Chantal Crousel, Paris
On View in the VAC: Recalibration
The current exhibition of work by BFA and BA students in Sculpture and Post Studio Practice is now on view through Nov. 4
2nd floor, "Garrison Roots Gallery"