Past Exhibitions

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ReVisions: The Appropriated Image

December 9, 2007 – May 4, 2008

For many, the idea of making art means making something original—something never heard, read or seen before. A common belief is that artists must use their own ideas, not those of others. Throughout history however, artists have shown that it is possible to create new work from borrowed images. The... More

2007 UNCG Department of Art Faculty Biennial

October 7, 2007 – December 9, 2007

The Weatherspoon is pleased to present the 2007 biennial exhibition of recent work by faculty members in the Department of Art at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. More

Janine Antoni: Falk Visiting Artist

September 23, 2007 – December 21, 2007

Internationally acclaimed artist Janine Antoni is known for translating the daily routines of bathing, eating and sleeping into unique art forms. Her early works include "Gnaw" (1992), for which she chomped into huge minimalist blocks of lard and chocolate and then molded the masticated bits into lipstick... More

LeWitt x 2

September 9, 2007 – December 9, 2007

The distinguished American artist Sol LeWitt is the focus of a two part exhibition that documents the arc of LeWitt’s career in "Sol LeWitt: Structure and Line", while Selections from The LeWitt Collection showcases the artist’s personal collection, assembled with his wife, Carol Androccio LeWitt... More

The Liberated Eye: American Modernisms

July 22, 2007 – November 25, 2007

American artists working in the first decades of the twentieth century had high ambitions for the future: just as technology was going to liberate societies from work and create new worlds of knowledge, painting and sculpture were going to expand the creative potential of new artistic methods and a... More

Stephen Vitiello: Night Chatter

June 17, 2007 – September 23, 2007

Acclaimed sound artist Stephen Vitiello presents “Night Chatter” (2006), a multi-channel work originally created for an exhibition at Museum 52 in London that the artist has re-mixed for his exhibition at the Weatherspoon. More