Past Exhibitions

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Jim Hodges

August 8, 2004 – October 24, 2004

Hodges is one of the foremost of a group of contemporary artists who have returned to an aesthetic of beauty, producing work that urges audiences toward experiences of intense visual pleasure and meaning. The ten-year survey focuses on Hodges’ use of light as a material, subject, and metaphor. More

American Art: 1900 - 1960

July 11, 2004 – December 23, 2004

Last year, the Weatherspoon Art Museum initiated a two-part exhibition organized to further raise awareness of the substantive holdings in its permanent collection. American Art 1900-1960 will again present major ideas and styles in American art from the first part of the twentieth century. The forty... More

James Hyde: Falk Visiting Artist

June 27, 2004 – September 26, 2004

James Hyde is one of a number of artists who championed abstract painting in the late 1990s by redefining the genre itself. His wry and witty creations break down rather than test boundaries. More

Videodrome II

June 20, 2004 – September 12, 2004

This summer, the Weatherspoon presents a traveling video exhibition from the New Museum of Contemporary Art. In the spirit of David Cronenberg's 1983 cult classic film of the same name, Videodrome II acknowledges video's role as a primary medium within the production of contemporary art. More

Warren Brandt: Paintings from the Permanent Collection

June 6, 2004 – August 8, 2004

The work of widely-acclaimed artist and Greensboro native, Warrent Brandt, will be presented in an exhibition of paintings drawing from the Weatherspoon's collection. Included in the exhibition are two recent gifts that have not been shown locally. The last exhibition of Brandt's work at the Weatherspoon... More

2004 UNCG Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

May 9, 2004 – June 6, 2004

A group exhibition featuring works by nine MFA candidates in the UNCG Department of Art graduate program. MFA 2004 artists include: Marcia Jones (installation); Hayley Kyle and Patricia Madden (painting); Noelle McClure (works on paper); Vil Sayaphet and Kendrick (Rusty) Shackleford (drawing); and Jon... More