Ellsworth Kelly, Kermit Love, Pat Steir, Paul Rand, Robert Mapplethorpe, Terry WInters, Will Hutnick, Polly Shindler, Cristina de Miguel
Pratt Institute (Steuben and DeKalb Hall Galleries) | 200 Willoughby Avenue
Curated by Jenni Crain, Nick Fusaro, Dakota Sica, Susan Luss, Kelly Worman, Caroline Taylor, Ahmet Civelek
WHAT: Pratt Institute will celebrate Alumni Day 2017 with its third annual Alumni Exhibition that will display work by more than 50 graduates. The curated exhibition in galleries across campus will feature work that spans several decades and a range of artistic disciplines, including communications design, drawing, film and video, painting, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.
Highlights within the Alumni Exhibition include:
A two-part survey exhibition titled Camerado, this is no book (Part I, October 7-15) and See the Moon? (Part II, October 21-29) bring together the artworks of participants within Pratt’s program over the course of the past 125 years. The exhibition offers a unique overview of the evolving social and political histories since the institution’s founding in 1887 with works by notable alumni such as Ellsworth Kelly, Kermit Love, Pat Steir, Paul Rand, Robert Mapplethorpe, Terry Winters, and many more. Curated by alumni Jenni Crain and Nick Fusaro. DeKalb Hall Gallery.
An exhibition which explores the theme Fluid through the point of views of 10 alumni. Curated by alumnus Dakota Sica. Steuben Gallery C.
Primary Gesture features work by fifteen recent Pratt alumni including Will Hutnick, Polly Shindler, Cristina de Miguel, and more. The works in the exhibition reflect an interior place, an authentically individual place, experienced through exterior forms. Curated by alumni Susan Luss and Kelly Worman. Steuben Gallery D.
Warp Zone curated by alumni Caroline Taylor and Ahmet Civelek features the work of eight alumni and proposes a warped view of reality in which proportions are off, general knowledge doesn’t exist, and anything goes. Steuben Gallery A/B.
VIP Reception as part of Alumni Day (registration required)
Saturday, October 7th, 5:30-6:30 PM Steuben Galleries
Public Reception (free and open to the public) begins at 7 PM
Exhibition: October 7th – 29th
Pratt Institute, 200 Willoughby Avenue, Brooklyn
Steuben and DeKalb Galleries