2013 First-Year MFA Exhibition
April 5 - April 20, 2013
Wednesday–Saturday, 1-5 pm
Friday, April 5, 6–8 pm
Curated by Jenny Jaskey
The artists in the show are Tatiana Berg, Esteban Cabeza de Baca,
James Case-Leal, Pamela Council, Zach Eichelberger, Jack Eriksson, David Gbur,
Gregory Gentert, Anna Glantz, Ben Hagari, Ali Harrington, Davey Hawkins,
Christina Sukhgian Houle, Heidi Howard, Katie Kline, Jeremy Mazzenga, Jason Murphy,
Alyssa Piro, Bruno Pogacnik Wukodrakula, Victoria Roth, Matt Taber, Jesse Wakeman,
Patrice Washington, Owen Westberg, Shahar Yahalom, Tuguldur Yondonjamts .
Miriam & Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
Schermerhorn Hall, 8th Floor
Columbia University Morningside Heights campus
enter campus via main gates at 116th & Broadway
This event is free and open to the public.
About the Wallach Art Gallery
The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery contributes to Columbia’s long-standing tradition of historical, critical, and creative engagement in the visual arts.
The Wallach presents exhibitions and related programming that reflect the diversity of interests and approaches to the arts at Columbia and embody the university’s high standards for research and instruction. Exhibitions strive to include the broad range of research and production undertaken by students and faculty, and to animate the University’s rich cultural resources.
Established in 1986 through the generosity of Miriam and Ira D. Wallach, the Wallach operates under the auspices of the Department of Art History and Archaeology. Exhibitions covering a broad range have included Félix Candela, 1910-2010 (2012), Project Europa: Imagining the (Im)Possible (2011), Modernism and Iraq (2009), Treasures Rediscovered: Chinese Stone Sculpture from the Sackler Collections at Columbia University (2008) and the internationally-traveling Nancy Holt: Sightlines (2010-2013)
The Wallach plays an integral role at Columbia University, serving as a resource in which teaching and research can be explored within the context of exhibitions. Not only does the Wallach provide students and faculty with opportunities for crucial contact with original works of art, but it also offers a forum for inquiry into issues and methods informing curatorial practice. Students interested in museum or gallery careers gain valuable experience through internships and fellowships.
2012 First-Year MFA Exhibition