Past Exhibitions

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Gregory D. Ivy: Making North Carolina Modern

November 4, 2005 – February 19, 2006

Gregory Ivy (1904-1985) founded the art department at Woman's College (now UNCG) in 1935. He was also the founder of the Weatherspoon Art Museum and the individual most responsible for its institutional philosophy. More

Threshold: Byron Kim, 1990-2004

October 23, 2005 – January 22, 2006

The first museum survey of an Asian American artist who has cleverly found political and other not-so-obvious content in monochrome painting. This traveling exhibition includes more than thirty works highlighting the primary role that color plays in the artist's production and its power to evoke a multitude... More

2005 UNCG Department of Art Faculty Biennial

October 2, 2005 – December 18, 2005

A group exhibition by members of the UNCG Department of Art presenting a broad range of recent work including painting, sculpture, drawing, digital and multi-media installations. More

John Duff: Falk Visiting Artist

September 18, 2005 – December 11, 2005

John Duff first came into prominence in the late 1960s when his work was presented in the seminal exhibition of Post-Minimalist art, Anti-Illusion Materials/Procedure at the Whitney Museum of American Art. In his pioneering sculptures, which were shown alongside work by artists such as Eva Hesse, Carl... More

American Art 1900 - 1960 - Selections from the Permanent Collection

July 17, 2005 – October 23, 2005

The twentieth century was full of dramatic innovation and experimentation. This exhibition looks at how American artists responded to changing perceptions of our traditions and our future, of the city, the country, the figure and the self. More

Birney Imes: Juke Joint

July 3, 2005 – September 18, 2005

Birney Imes, editor of the Commercial Dispatch in Columbus, Mississippi, maintains a well-deserved status as one of the finest photographers in the South. His exhibition, "Juke Joint," presents a selection of thirty color photographs taken while he travelled throughout the Delta between 1983 and 1989... More