HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 2019, 5-6PM Alum artist and writer Nathan Rubinfeld (09F) – once taught by Robert Seydel – will discuss Seydel’s work in the context of his collecting practices and in relation to other major collagists. The short talk will be followed by a Q&A and refreshments. Image courtesy of […]
HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Wednesday September 18, 2019, 5-7pm Join us for refreshments, opening remarks from curator Sura Levine and special guest Gail Seydel, alongside information about exhibition-related fall programming at the official opening of A Short History of Portraiture: Robert Seydel. Image: Robert Seydel, 1695: Portrait of a Man with Pinned Moth, photomontage
Robert Seydel’s A Short History of Portraiture (1994-97) is a collection of some 200 Polaroid transfer montages. Focused on the face as a figure of the double, Seydel’s imagery is idiosyncratic in the best sense of the word: his multi-layered portraits of real and fictional characters are not renderings of the canonical faces we might expect to […]
The Hampshire College Art Gallery will be closed during the summer as we undertake a collection storage project. Please check back in August for our fall semester exhibition and programming.
Image: Works by Naomi Romm and Jaime Feiler, Div III 2017 Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of small group shows. March 27 & 28: Aaron Wald | Handbuilt Guitars Mario Serrano Vee Tineo Reception: March 27, 4:30-6:30pm with live music March 31 & April […]
HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Friday February 1, 2019 10am – 1pm / 2pm – 5pm Saturday February 2, 2019 2pm – 5pm* * workshops are free but space is limited and registration required: email email@example.com to confirm your place This three hour workshop – offered at three different times to provide multiple options […]
HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Thursday January 31, 2019, 5-6 pm Creating from a disparate bag of tricks, images, discarded thoughts, and whispered stories, both Romare Bearden and Octavia Butler shaped new worlds – with great clarity and beauty. In the artist’s talk accompanying her exhibition So be it. See to it, Candace Hunter discusses how […]
HAMPSHIRE COLLEGE ART GALLERY Wednesday January 30, 2019, 5-7pm Join us for refreshments, opening remarks from artist Candace Hunter and curator Amy Halliday, and information about our extensive exhibition-related spring programming at the official opening reception for So be it. See to it.
Artists in their final semester at Hampshire experiment with form and conceptual propositions in a series of solo and group shows. November 17-19 Carmen Iris Figueroa, Fragments of Belonging Reception: Saturday November 17, 6pm November 28-30 Sydney Kleinrock, Worn: An Examination of the Threads between our Clothing and the Environment Reception: Friday November 30, 6-9pm December 3-4 […]
The multi-disciplinary art exhibition It’s not about space, it’s about s p a c e showcases the work of students from the Fall 2018 Five College Advanced Studio Seminar – Committed to the Idea: Conceptual Cohesion Across Mediums, taught by Professor Miatta Kawinzi at Hampshire College. It considers the concept of space as physical, social, […]