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Irradicable, Katharina Erika Marchant May 2015

Irradicable, Katharina Erika Marchant

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Katherina Marchant MFA Creative Project


Shameless, Madison Marilyn Becker May 2015

Shameless, Madison Marilyn Becker

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

Madison Becker MFA Creative Project


Thoughts From An Unapologetically Honest Introvert, Amy Michelle Wilson Dec 2014

Thoughts From An Unapologetically Honest Introvert, Amy Michelle Wilson

All Graduate Plan B and other Reports

My thesis exhibition, titled Thoughts From An Unapologetically Honest Introvert, highlighted our extrovert-centered society and provided introverts with new communication tools to change the social expectation.


Impersonations: Works By Scott Grieger, Dave Hickey, Scott Grieger Jan 2007

Impersonations: Works By Scott Grieger, Dave Hickey, Scott Grieger

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With the publication of this book and the exhibition, "Impersonations: Work by Scott Grieger," the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art begins a series of scholarly examinations of a select group of artists whose work is represented in the Museum's important collection of innovative art produced in the western United States, from 1930 to the present. The work of these artists reflects unique contributions to the rich and complex history of American 20th century art. With this exhibition--a follow-up to the "Alternative Realities" of 1999 and the recent "Semina Culture: Wallace Berman and His Circle" of 2006, curated by ...


Beauty, Truth, And Fact : Photography In 1930s America, Nora Eccles Harrison Museum Of Art Jan 2001

Beauty, Truth, And Fact : Photography In 1930s America, Nora Eccles Harrison Museum Of Art

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Contemporary theory and criticism of photography has generally taken the form of a face-off between formalism and contextualism. The first postion contends that what is required to understand a photograph is prmarily a close examination of its formal structure, the ability to connect it to other art forms, and perhpas some knowledge of the artist's biography and intentions. The second position holds that photographs have no meaning outside of the scoial and political context of their making. For the most part, these positions have been hardened and adversarial.