The LeRoy Neiman Gallery

 
The LeRoy Neiman Gallery hosts a wide array of exhibitions throughout the year, showcasing the work of invited artists, Visual Arts faculty, undergraduate and graduate students and work produced in the LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies. The exhibits give student work public exposure in a professional setting and bring outside voices to the Neiman Center, creating a rich environment of display and dialogue.


Current Exhibition
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Featuring works by Sarah Anderson, Christy Gast, Frank Heath, Kevin Hernández, Alexander Rosenberg and Ozie194
Curated by Bryan McGovern Wilson ’17

EXHIBITION I / Sept 6th - Oct 5th, 2016
RECEPTION I / Thurs, Sept. 8th, 5-8pm
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Recent Exhibitions
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Undergraduate Visual Arts Senior Thesis
Exhibition: I + II
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The exhibition acts features two shows of ungraduate seniors.

EXHIBITION I / Tues–Fri, May 3–6, 2016
RECEPTION I / Wed, May 4, 2016, 5–7pm
 
EXHIBITION II / Tues–Fri, May 10–13, 2016
RECEPTION II / Wed, May 11, 2016, 5–7pm
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ADVANCED PRINTMAKING
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A one-afternoon only exhibition featuring work created in the Advanced Printmaking Class taught by Valerie Hammond, Kiki Smith and Sarah Sze.

Fri, Apr 29, 2016, 46 pm
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CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS
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The exhibition acts to interrogate the current meaning of contemporary ceramics as a tool for confrontation, protest or expression of artistic statements.

EXHIBITION / Wed, Mar 30–Apr 26, 2016
RECEPTION / Thurs, Mar 31, 5–8 pm
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NEW PRINTS
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An exhibition of new prints published by The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies.

EXHIBITION / Feb 26–March 24, 2016
RECEPTION / Fri, February 26 5–7 pm
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LOVE 2016
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A group exhibition of work engaging in the ideas of love and eros.
Curated by Rachel Stern '16

EXHIBITION / Jan 19–Feb 17, 2016
RECEPTION / Thurs, January 21 5–7 pm
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Forget About Waxing.
Here's the Truth
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Undergraduate Visual Arts Thesis Show
EXHIBITION / Dec 8–18, 2015
RECEPTION / Thurs, Dec 10 5–7 pm
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Come Together
Come Together
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Curated by Tomas Vu
EXHIBITION / Nov 4 - Dec 2, 2015
RECEPTION / Fri, Nov 6, 5-7 pm
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Bodies Burning at the Edges
 
 
Bodies Burning at the Edges
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Curated by
Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels ('16)
and Jonah King ('16)
EXHIBITION / Oct 1 - 23, 2015
RECEPTION / Thurs, Oct 1, 6 pm
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Collaborative Archives: Connective Histories
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Curated by Katherine Cohn and Isin Onol
EXHIBITION / Sept 8 - 18, 2015
RECEPTION / Tues, Sept 8, 5-7 pm
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Columbia University
Visual Arts Program /
Undergraduate Thesis Show
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Show I: May 4 - 8
Show II: May 11 - 15
Reception Thursday, May 14 5 - 7 pm
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Stirring Still
 
 
 
Stirring Still
Curated by Ioana Manolache and Maria Stabio
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Exhibition / April 3 - 29
Reception / Fri, Apr 3, 5 - 7 pm
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Tory Fair
 
 
 
 
Tory Fair:
Fortitude and Fragility
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Exhibition / February 26 - March 27
Reception / Thurs, Feb 26 5 - 7 pm
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This new work attempts to marry the metaphysical and the industrial, calling both into question.
 
 
Born Into This
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Born Into This
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Curated by Patrice Aphrodite Helmar 
Exhibition / January 20 - February 19, 2015
Reception / Fri, Jan 23 5 - 7 pm 
6PM Musical Guest, Yva Las Vegass
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The title, "Born Into This", is borrowed from a poem by Charles Bukowski, which speaks to the impossibly beautiful, but futile conditions that each of us are born into.
 
 
The Fact of Matter
 
 
 
 
The Fact of Matter
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Exhibition / Dec 9 - 12, 2014
Closing Reception / Thurs, Dec 11, 5 - 7 pm
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An exhibition of work created by students in the Senior Thesis Visual Arts class co-taught by Professors Tomas Vu and Emily Henretta.
 
Fall 2014 Student Print and Photo Exhibition
 
 
 
 
Fall 2014 Student
Print and Photo Exhibition
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Exhibition / Dec 3 - 4, 2014
Closing Reception / Thurs, Dec 4, 5 - 7 pm
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An exhibition of work created by students in Fall printmaking and photo classes.
 
The Portrait Show
 
 
 
 
The Portrait Show
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Exhibition / Oct 21 - Nov 21
Reception / Thurs, Oct 30, 5 - 7 pm
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THE PORTRAIT SHOW brings together more than seventy portraits in a wide range of media, including prints, paintings, works on paper, mixed media works and video.
 
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The LeRoy
Neiman Gallery
310 Dodge Hall
Mail Code 1806
2960 Broadway
(at 116th Street)
New York, NY 10027
Phone: (212) 854-7641
Hours: Mon - Fri, 9 am - 5 pm
neimancenter@columbia.edu
 
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