Main Gallery

Nuvolone with grid           The Binghamton Nuvolone: Restoring an Object in Six Parts 
March 15-May 19, 2018

Opening reception
Thursday, March 15, 5:00-7:00 pm
6:00 PM Presentations by Karen Barzman, Art History; Chiara Kuhns, West Lake Conservators; and Jeffrey Pietras, Geology

Closing event
The exhibition will close with a symposium "Life of a Donor: Max Eisenstein from Vienna to Binghamton"
Thursday, May 3, 4:00-7:00 pm
Presentations by: Karen Barzman, Art History, Binghamton University; Tim Corbett, Inaugural Prins Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, Museum of Jewish Heritage; Steven Luckert '80, MA '83, PhD '93, Senior Program Curator, US Holocaust Memorial Museum; Neil Christian Pages, German Studies and Comparative Literature, Binghamton University; Owen Pell '80, Partner at White & Case LLP & Chairman of the Auschwitz Institute; Pam Smart, Art History and Anthropology, Binghamton University





   

Other Exhibitions

 

 Lost and found  

Landscapes: Recent Acquisitions

 

   

 

   

Focus exhibitions were curated by students enrolled in Museums and the Art of Exhibition taught by Professor Pamela Smart

 Romanticized recollections  

Romanticized Recollections: Aesthetics of Corrupted Childhood

 

 

 collectors as donors  

Collectors as Donors: Understanding the Landscapes of Collecting

 

 Peter Guttman  

 Peter Guttman: Collection as Self Portrait

 Amorphous: A graphic exploration of glass  

Amorphous: A Graphic Exploration of Glass (opening February 22)

Curated by investigators of Material and Visual Worlds TAE seed grant "Science Behind Glass" and featuring work generated in ARTS410 Graphic Design III

     

Last Updated: 3/12/18