David Freund - Gas Stop: Culture and Tom McGlynn: Standards
Monday, November 5 – Friday, December 14, 2018
Reception: Thursday, November 8, 2018
Image: "Colorado, 1978"
The Walsh Gallery will feature two solo exhibitions during this time. David Freund’s series of black and white photographs, taken between 1978 and 1981, are drawn from his four volume book that examines the culture, architecture and landscapes of the American gas station. Tom McGlynn’s exhibition of abstract paintings encompass a variety of interpretations evoked through the artist’s use of color, shape and proportion. McGlynn’s chosen visual language loosely appropriates the visuals of pop culture related to advertising and graphic signage, in addition to other cultural signifiers.
Monday, January 14, 2018 – Friday, March 8, 2019
Reception: Date TBA
The exhibition features a variety of artists and scientists making art informed by scientific principles. The show is an offshoot the virtual symposium, “Strange Attractors,” which Roniger organized in 2018 in collaboration with New York’s C.U.E. Art Foundation. The exhibition builds upon the questions and concepts stemming from the symposium on the current state of relations between art and science, and the growing trend towards collaboration between practitioners of these disciplines.
Co-curated by Taney Roniger and Jeanne Brasile.
15th Annual Fine Arts Undergraduate Juried Exhibition
Tuesday, April 2 – Friday, May 10, 2019
Reception: Date TBA
The 15th annual student fine art exhibition celebrates the artistic accomplishments of Seton Hall students working a in a variety of media and subject matter.
Organized by Christine Krus, Associate Professor in the College of Communications and the Arts.
Pirates in Play: The History and Art of Setonia Athletics
Monday, June 3 – Thursday, August 8, 2019
University Archivist & Education Coordinator Alan Delozier presents artifacts from the University’s collections that illuminate Seton Hall University’s rich sports history and traditions. Delozier is the author of the recent volume “Seton Hall Pirates: A Basketball History,” published by Arcadia Books.