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Artist Exhibition and Talk: Chen Baosheng

Lecture: 1:30–3 p.m. Feb. 15. Exhibit: Feb. 14–Feb. 28.

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Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet internationally renowned artist Chen Baosheng and experience his photographic works. The acclaimed professor, calligrapher, painter and writer will be on campus on Friday, Feb. 15, to deliver a lecture. Please RSVP.

A showcase of his photographic works will be on display through Feb. 28, with five themes: “Spirit of Dragon and Horse,” “Pride of the Yellow River,” “Customs of Northern Shannxi,” “Painting Landscapes: Mahuangliang,” and “Sketching Sceneries: Shangyanwan.” These works represent the highest achievement of his 60-year artistic career.

Lecture:
1:30-3 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 15
Noble Library, Instruction Room 105

Exhibition:
February 14–28, 2019
Noble Library

horse running with a herd

Noble Library

For More Information Contact:

Qian Liu
ASU Library
qian.liu.2@asu.edu

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A new exhibit, sponsored by the South Mountain Magnet Arts Center for Visual Arts, features work by the center's students who are enrolled in a four-year sequenced program of study in art disciplines.

The arts students develop their style in ceramics, computer art, drawing/painting, jewelry and fiber arts, traditional photography, digital photography or sculpture. Students work with local and national artists, museum and gallery programs and participate in field trips to create works of art and exhibit their work. Students who graduate from the visual arts program explore careers in art, compete for scholarships and grants and apply for placement in college art programs throughout the United States.

The exhibit is located on the second and third floors of Fletcher Library.

mask made by art student on exhibit in Fletcher Library

Fletcher Library second and third floors

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

This all-encompassing installation reveals an encounter with a 120-pound meteorite gifted in 2014 to the artists by William Cassidy, a planetary geologist from the University of Pittsburgh. The multi-layered web of connections created in this installation emphasizes the inherent necessities in collaboration as it crosses the boundaries between time, science and art, culture and politics.

Located in Hayden Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours. Generally, library hours are Monday to Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Also on view: "numero" at ASU Design and the Arts Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Tower of Knowledge Exhibit metiorite

Hayden Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

For this exhibition, 12 unique prints further the artists’ current line of research examining a meteorite.  New images are harvested from thinly sliced sections of the meteorite under a petrographic microscope, an expedition to reveal the stunningly brilliant and mysterious silicate inclusions. 

Located in the Design and the Arts Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours. Generally, library hours are Monday to Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Also on view: "The Tower of Knowledge" at Hayden Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Numero Exhibit Image

Design and the Arts Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Artist Exhibition and Talk: Chen Baosheng

Lecture: 1:30–3 p.m. Feb. 15. Exhibit: Feb. 14–Feb. 28.

Share

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet internationally renowned artist Chen Baosheng and experience his photographic works. The acclaimed professor, calligrapher, painter and writer will be on campus on Friday, Feb. 15, to deliver a lecture. Please RSVP.

A showcase of his photographic works will be on display through Feb. 28, with five themes: “Spirit of Dragon and Horse,” “Pride of the Yellow River,” “Customs of Northern Shannxi,” “Painting Landscapes: Mahuangliang,” and “Sketching Sceneries: Shangyanwan.” These works represent the highest achievement of his 60-year artistic career.

Lecture:
1:30-3 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 15
Noble Library, Instruction Room 105

Exhibition:
February 14–28, 2019
Noble Library

horse running with a herd

Noble Library

For More Information Contact:

Qian Liu
ASU Library
qian.liu.2@asu.edu

Share

A new exhibit, sponsored by the South Mountain Magnet Arts Center for Visual Arts, features work by the center's students who are enrolled in a four-year sequenced program of study in art disciplines.

The arts students develop their style in ceramics, computer art, drawing/painting, jewelry and fiber arts, traditional photography, digital photography or sculpture. Students work with local and national artists, museum and gallery programs and participate in field trips to create works of art and exhibit their work. Students who graduate from the visual arts program explore careers in art, compete for scholarships and grants and apply for placement in college art programs throughout the United States.

The exhibit is located on the second and third floors of Fletcher Library.

mask made by art student on exhibit in Fletcher Library

Fletcher Library second and third floors

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

Share

Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

This all-encompassing installation reveals an encounter with a 120-pound meteorite gifted in 2014 to the artists by William Cassidy, a planetary geologist from the University of Pittsburgh. The multi-layered web of connections created in this installation emphasizes the inherent necessities in collaboration as it crosses the boundaries between time, science and art, culture and politics.

Located in Hayden Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours. Generally, library hours are Monday to Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Also on view: "numero" at ASU Design and the Arts Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Tower of Knowledge Exhibit metiorite

Hayden Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

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Since 2006, Guillermo Faivovich and Nicolas Goldberg, the Argentinian contemporary artist duo, have been engaged in an intensive and wide-ranging research project — "A Guide to Campo del Cielo" — that forms the basis of their practice. Campo del Cielo is located in northern Argentina and was the site of a meteor shower an estimated 4,000 years ago.

For this exhibition, 12 unique prints further the artists’ current line of research examining a meteorite.  New images are harvested from thinly sliced sections of the meteorite under a petrographic microscope, an expedition to reveal the stunningly brilliant and mysterious silicate inclusions. 

Located in the Design and the Arts Library, this exhibit is part of the Visual LIT series, a collaboration between ASU Art Museum and ASU Libraries and is supported by the Andy Warhol Foundation, Helme Prinzen Endowment, ASU Design and the Arts Library, and Paramo Galeria. 

Visit the library website for directions and hours. Generally, library hours are Monday to Thursdays from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Fridays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Also on view: "The Tower of Knowledge" at Hayden Library and "Decomiso" at ASU Art Museum.

Numero Exhibit Image

Design and the Arts Library

For More Information Contact:

Design and the Arts Library
480-965-6400 https://lib.asu.edu/design

Artist Exhibition and Talk: Chen Baosheng

Lecture: 1:30–3 p.m. Feb. 15. Exhibit: Feb. 14–Feb. 28.

Share

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to meet internationally renowned artist Chen Baosheng and experience his photographic works. The acclaimed professor, calligrapher, painter and writer will be on campus on Friday, Feb. 15, to deliver a lecture. Please RSVP.

A showcase of his photographic works will be on display through Feb. 28, with five themes: “Spirit of Dragon and Horse,” “Pride of the Yellow River,” “Customs of Northern Shannxi,” “Painting Landscapes: Mahuangliang,” and “Sketching Sceneries: Shangyanwan.” These works represent the highest achievement of his 60-year artistic career.

Lecture:
1:30-3 p.m.
Friday, Feb. 15
Noble Library, Instruction Room 105

Exhibition:
February 14–28, 2019
Noble Library

horse running with a herd

Noble Library

For More Information Contact:

Qian Liu
ASU Library
qian.liu.2@asu.edu

Share

A new exhibit, sponsored by the South Mountain Magnet Arts Center for Visual Arts, features work by the center's students who are enrolled in a four-year sequenced program of study in art disciplines.

The arts students develop their style in ceramics, computer art, drawing/painting, jewelry and fiber arts, traditional photography, digital photography or sculpture. Students work with local and national artists, museum and gallery programs and participate in field trips to create works of art and exhibit their work. Students who graduate from the visual arts program explore careers in art, compete for scholarships and grants and apply for placement in college art programs throughout the United States.

The exhibit is located on the second and third floors of Fletcher Library.

mask made by art student on exhibit in Fletcher Library

Fletcher Library second and third floors

For More Information Contact:

Margaret Rodriguez
ASU Library
margaret.rodriguez@asu.edu

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