Past Exhibitions

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Luca Buvoli: Adapting One's Senses to High Altitude Flying (for Intermediates)

November 9, 2003 – February 15, 2004

To commemorate North Carolina's centennial anniversary of flight, artist Luca Buvoli will create a site-specific installation – from his ongoing project "Flying: Practical Training for Beginners (and Intermediates)" – for the Weatherspoon's atrium. Buvoli is well known for creating unique and intricate... More

Pepón Osorio: Falk Visiting Artist

November 2, 2003 – December 21, 2003

Born in Puerto Rico, and now living in Philadelphia, Osorio is best known for large-scale installations that engage conflicts between his native cultural and personal experience and contemporary life in America. Osorio has drawn upon themes of religion, police violence, poverty, and rites of passage... More

One Word: Plastic

September 7, 2003 – December 7, 2003

Plastic, perhaps more than any other modern innovation, has been both heralded and derided. It has been seen as the symbol of progress and the bane of our environment. Artists Linda Besemer, Ian Dawson, Tony Feher, Carlos Mollura, and Shirley Tse have created work that explores the aesthetic and conceptual... More

Henri Matisse Prints and Bronzes

September 1, 2003 – September 28, 2003

A selection of works from the Claribel and Etta Cone collection at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. More

2003 UNCG Department of Art Faculty Biennial

August 31, 2003 – October 19, 2003

Twenty-two current art faculty members exhibited works representing a broad range of conceptual ideas and artistic approaches that included paintings, sculpture, digital photography, and intermedia installation. More

American Art: 1900 – 1960 Selections from the Permanent Collection

August 17, 2003 – January 18, 2004

The Weatherspoon's permanent collection is highly recognized as a valued resource for the appreciation and understanding of modern and contemporary American art. This exhibition presents forty paintings, drawings, and sculptures that tell the story of modern art in this country. Image: John Curry, "... More