Tag: Woodbury Art Museum

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Active Light: Photographic Experiments in Lighting and Chemistry at the Woodbury Museum of Art

Photography liberated painting says the traditional narrative of art history. Freed by the advent of photography from the burden of faithful reproduction, artists of the nineteenth century began experimenting with their mediums, stretching their descriptive possibilities while exploring new manners of seeing and understanding the world. Something similar […]

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Sculpted Regions of the Mind at the Woodbury

The UVSC Woodbury Art Museum’s current sculpture exhibition, “Regions of the Mind: Exploring conceptual domains in contemporary sculpture,” explores the artistic pluralism that is contemporary sculpture. [portfolio_slideshow] The installation of the nine sculptors’ work reflects this pluralism, giving each artist’s work its own alcove, chamber, or cell of […]