Amy Lincoln’s (B.A., ‘03) solo show
“Radiant Spectrum” is on view at Sperone Westwater through
April 22nd, 2023. Lincoln’s 12 large-scale seascapes and
landscapes reference atmospheric elements—air, water, light and
clouds—and engage concepts of light reflection and refraction.
Brush’s first exhibition of 2023 is the group show “The
Ripening” featuring 15 artists, including alum Hedwig
Brouckaert (M.F.A, ‘05).
Curated by Parker Daley Garcia with Birdie Piccininni, “The
Ripening” runs from Feb. 16 to April 15. Loosely
based on Édouard Glissant’s book of the same name, “The Ripening”
explores the state of identity today.
Alum Jessica Wimbley’s (M.F.A., ‘05) new video installation “The
True Story of Edges” was recently installed at the Crocker Art
Museum. Consisting of two back-to-back videos of the artist with
a collage of images within her afro, the work features hair as a
changing space for memory and storytelling.
“The True Story of Edges” is located near the main entrance
Zahra Hooshyar’s (B.A., ‘22) first solo exhibition opens January
14 at the WAL
Public Market Gallery. “Zahra Hooshyar: Will I be lost in
translation?” will be on view from January 14 to
January 30 with an opening reception from 6-8 p.m. on Jan.
Curated by Christopher Woodcock (M.F.A., ‘10) and featuring
alumni Lisa Rybovich Crallé (M.F.A., ‘11), Kyle Dunn (M.F.A.,
‘12) and Benjamin Rosenthal (M.F.A., ‘11), “A
Library of Forms” is a riot of color and movement.
Helia Pouyanfar (M.F.A., ‘22) has been included in Southern Exposure’s 31st Annual Juried
Exhibition “Mirror Material.”
Curated by Tiger Strikes Asteroid, this show celebrates
hybridity of materials as well as identities. The works displayed
reflect the diverse cultural, historical, and personal
influences that inform our shifting identities.