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Current Exhibitions

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Icons of British Sculpture

August 28 - October 10, 2014

Moore
Henry Moore, Draped Reclining Figure, Knee, c. 1981, bronze, 6" x 8" x 5". Collection of Dr. Luther W. Brady.

The British landscape has informed its artists for centuries, their sculptors taking cues from the craggy beaches and rolling hills. Organized by the Reading Public Museum in Reading, PA the exhibition includes work by: Kenneth Armitage, Anthony Caro, Lynn Chadwick, Barry Flanagan, Barbara Hepworth, and Henry Moore.

Chadwick
Lynn Chadwick, Bronze Maquette with Winged Figures (two pieces), 1973, bronze with black patina, 10" h. Collection of Dr. Luther W. Brady.

Susan Roth

October 23, 2014 - January 30, 2015

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Recent Exhibitions

What Not to Wear: Women Sculptors

April 16-June 27, 2014

Box Pleats Black Swan Ouch
(left to right) Diane Simpson, Box Pleats, 1989, stain and colored pencil on MDF and wool, 46" x 42" x 20". Courtesy of the artist and Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago.
Barbara Segal, Black Swan, 2011, Belgian black marble, 28" x 15" x 4". Courtesy of the artist.
Joyce Zipperer, Ouch 1998, limestone, 8" x 3-1/2" x 6". Courtesy of the artist.

What Not to Wear: Women Sculptors features the work of ten contemporary women sculptors who create pieces that use clothing or its embellishment as the inspiration for their works, translating them into a form of artistic expression, sculpture, that was traditionally dominated by men.

Some of the works make statements regarding varied topics as a woman's role in society, pressure for a woman to stay physically desirable, or their subjugation through uncomfortable clothing. However, the exhibition focuses on the endeavor to translate forms found in fashion into sculptural works and demonstrate the translation of what was once "women's work" into inventive forms of sculpture. The artists confront these ideas through diverse and unconventional materials such as rocks and wire, MDF (medium density fiberboard), stone, feathers, paper, and aluminum.

Artists in the exhibition: Isabelle de Borchgrave, Michelle Jaffé, Laura Peery (MFA '78), Amalie Rothschild, Barbara Segal, Diane Simpson, Mandy Cano Villalobos (MFA '06), May Wilson, Susie B. Woods, and Joyce Zipperer. The exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue featuring essays by Olivia Kohler-Maga, Assistant Director and Sybil Gohari, Ph.D.

To view past exhibitions please view our Exhibition Archive


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