Columbia Univ. 2014 FIRST YEAR MFA Exhibition

The students of the MFA program exhibited their work in the WALLACH ART GALLERY last night at Columbia University.  The show was diverse….and complex in it’s many points of view.  Some were a bit bizarre………….others contrived………..so I have chosen not to show my photos of those.

 

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The range of art:  Lots of digital……..some etherials……..some hand drawn……..and a scattering of oil paintings.  Lots of photography.

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Realism forced to abstraction…………by Gina O’Conner………titled: DEVOUR

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Meet the artist……….GINA

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STEPHEN PAUL JACKSON:  Indian Corner.…………..very mixed media.

 

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Can’t remember the name of the artist……….ready for PROJECT RUNWAY?  What would Tim Gunn say?

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JAKUB MILČÁK:  Untitled.……. [I wonder Why]?  I thought it was a strong nod toward graffiti.  If I lived in a loft in SOHO………I would buy it.

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CRISTINA CAMACHO:  Dissection of a FROG.  I don’t get the frog bit……..but it would make a great  wrapping paper.

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SAM COCKRELL:  Crone/Drone …….Spray paint and latex on canvas

 

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14 BOTTLES OF BEER ON THE WALL………Sam Adams was flowing freely……….. College students …………….! ! !

 

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Actually…………it was a fun opening

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FOUR LADIES…………all in a row.

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The DONALD was taking it all in………..memories of his days as a student at Harvard.  He passed on the beer.

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Just a few of the students.  All the rooms were jammed………..free beer and wine.

 

 

One response to “Columbia Univ. 2014 FIRST YEAR MFA Exhibition

  1. ladycotton999

    Tom – Another interesting blog. Keep ’em coming. Also happy belated birthday, Ilona.
    Martha

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