Landscape Banquet
Zhan Wang, Landscape Banquet, 2002. Exhibited at UB Anderson Gallery.

Both Galleries

  • Cravens World: The Human Aesthetic

    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
  • Transmaterial

    Material explorations in art, design and architecture

    Opening Reception May 2 2015 6 PM - 8 PM

    As the speed of technological progress continues to accelerate, innovation threatens to outpace architects’ and designers’ working knowledge of materials thereby limiting their applicability. In order to stay at the cutting edge of design, a knowledge of the uses, properties, and sources of new … more
  • Our Own Devices

    Exploring the Tools of Cravens World

    Opening Reception May 2 2015 6 PM - 8 PM

    Our Own Devices presents a variety of tools from the Cravens' World collection at the UB Anderson Gallery. Exploring what a tool can be—whether in a traditional sense or more abstractly—this exhibit analyzes humanity as a tool using species. By engaging critically with the notion of ‘tools’, we … more
  • Martha Jackson Graphics

    Opening Reception May 2 2015 6 PM - 8 PM

    The UB Anderson Gallery is proud to present a new exhibition of prints from the University at Buffalo Art Collection. A recent donation from the David K. Anderson Charitable Remainder Trust more than doubled the size of the university’s modern graphics collection with prints from the Martha Jackson and David … more
  • Tricia Butski

    These Fragile Truths

    Opening Reception May 2 2015 6 PM - 8 PM

    In Tricia Butski’s thesis presentation, These Fragile Truths, the artist explores the limitations and aesthetics of human memory through portraiture. She distorts these recollections through her artistic process, and as a result, seeks out meaning through ideas of longing, nostalgia, and partiality. The material … more