Ani Hoover, Up Down Around, 2009. Exhibited at UB Art Gallery.
Annette Cravens, MSW ’68, of Buffalo, New York, has donated her multimillion dollar collection of archaeological and ethnographic objects—dating as far back as 4,500 BC- to the University at Buffalo College of Arts and Sciences.
The collection has been curated into a world-class permanent installation, … more
Opening Reception Sep 24 2015 5 PM - 7 PM
Splitting Light focuses on artists working with color as a medium within their practice. Works in this exhibition insinuate that color is not only a perceivable idea, but also a medium in and of itself. Within their practices, which are characterized by diverse explorations of material and scale, chosen artists … more
Contemporary Interpretations of the Cravens World Collection
Opening Reception Nov 12 2015 5 PM - 7 PM
Taking impetus from specific objects in the collection as well as the open storage display methods used to house the Cravens World Collection, 8 artists produced new work that manifests concerns of cultural appropriation, utility, value and subjectivity. Artists include Skylar Borgstrom, Caitlin Cass, AJ Fries, … more
A Tribute to David K. Anderson
The University at Buffalo Anderson Gallery is pleased to present a special exhibition, A Tribute to David K. Anderson, to celebrate the life of David K. Anderson and his generous donations to the arts at the University at Buffalo and the Western New York Community. David K. Anderson's gifts to UB are one of the … more
Reception Feb 25 2016 5 PM - 8 PM
Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson grew up in a family of actors and stage performers, which has continually influenced his work. Folklore even states that he was conceived on the set of Icelandic film Morðsaga (Murder Story) (1977). Regularly drawing from stage traditions, Kjartanasson often combines … more