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From the Collection: Three Alumni Artists

From the Collection:
Three Alumni Artists

May 28, 2022–Aug 21, 2022
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In the Gold Gallery, Floor 2L

Works from the Museum’s permanent collection by Alan Saret ’66, Gordon Matta-Clark ’68, and Louise Lawler ’69, all College of Architecture, Art, and Planning (AAP) alumni, are on view in conjunction with a college-wide exhibition shown at spaces in and around AAP to celebrate their art department’s centennial and the Department of Architecture’s sesquicentennial.

From the Collection: Three Alumni Artists was curated by Andrea Inselmann, curator of modern and contemporary art at the Johnson Museum.

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“Splitting” (1974) was one of seven Gordon Matta-Clark films screened.

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