Past Exhibitions

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2006 UNCG Department of Art Juried Seniors

March 26, 2006 – April 23, 2006

Works by twenty-three senior year student artists are included in the "2006 Juried Seniors Exhibition". This year's picks: Jacqueline Baucom, Shawn Bauguess, Erin Binkley, Patrick A. Blake, Kevin Buckheit, Andrea E. Crouse, Carolynn Kelly, Candice Kimble, Gina Kimrey, Robyn Meislohn, Betsey Mendenhall... More

American Art: 1960 to the Present - Works from the Permanent Collection

March 5, 2006 – June 25, 2006

"American Art: Selections from the Permanent Collection, 1960-Present" features a wide variety of styles, subject matter and themes. This show is the second part of a year-long survey of American art from 1900 to the present (last fall, the Museum presented works of art made between 1900-1960). More

Uneasy Nature

February 18, 2006 – May 28, 2006

“Uneasy Nature” brings together six internationally recognized artists who incorporate mythology, folklore and narrative to reflect on the evolving perception of nature in contemporary culture. More

Julie Heffernan: Everything That Rises

January 22, 2006 – April 16, 2006

“Julie Heffernan: Everything That Rises” is the second in this year's Falk Visiting Artist exhibitions and features eight of the artist's large-scale self-portrait paintings. Heffernan borrows upon a range of art historical references including Flemish landscapes, 17th century portraiture and Rococo... More

Eve Sussman: 89 Seconds at Alcázar

January 15, 2006 – March 12, 2006

Film and video artist Eve Sussman brings Diego Velázquez's 1656 painting, "Las Meninas", to life in her installation “89 Seconds at Alcázar”. The work is a fluidly choreographed 360º Steadicam single-shot take that imagines the moments leading up to the scene in the salon of the Alcázar (the... More

Matisse: Works from the Permanent Collection

January 8, 2006 – March 26, 2006

The Baltimore Museum of Art is home to the famous Cone Collection of modern art. There is, of course, a second Cone collection, one less well known internationally but certainly treasured here in North Carolina: the Etta and Claribel Cone Collection at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. How did this collection... More