A film series at BAM called Migrating Forms, which opens December 11, will feature films by two School of Arts alumni. This festival presents some "of the most audacious moving-image work from the film and art world," and according to Film Comment, boasts "the highest revelation-per-event ratios of any festival in New York."more
At the conclusion of the Biennial of Graphic Arts Ljubljana on November 24, Columbia Visual Arts professor Tomas Vu-Daniel received the Audience Award for Best Artist for his piece in the main exhibit, Interruption. more
To commemorate the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, the Dedalus Foundation, the Brooklyn Rail, and the Jamestown Charitable Foundation join with Industry City Associates to present a nearly 100,000 square foot exhibition entitled Come Together: Surviving Sandy, Year 1.
On November 1, Performa 13, a biennial featuring new works of visual and performing arts, will come to over 40 venues in New York City. Performa focuses on cross-generational, cross-disciplinary artistic collaboration and supports the work of well-established artists as well as up-and-comers.more
Six School of the Arts Visual Arts alumni were featured in the Summer 2013 issue of Columbia Magazine.
David Shapiro profiled David Brooks ('09), Anya Kielar (05), Francesca DiMattio ('05), Kevin Zucker ('02), Laleh Khorramian ('04) and Mark Handelman ('03).more
On April 23, 2013, Artis, Columbia University School of the Arts, and the Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art offered a special artist presentation with Gilad Ratman ('09), the youngest artist ever chosen to represent Israel at the 2013 Venice Biennale. Ratman, who graduated from the School of the Arts Visual Arts Program in 2009, offered a unique glimpse into his project, The Workshop (2013), a multi-channel site-specific installation for the Israel Pavilion at this year’s 55th Venice Biennale, which opened June 1.more
El Museo del Barrio’s 7th biennial exhibition, La Bienal 2013: Here is Where we Jump, features work by emerging Latino and Latin-American artists. This year, three School of the Arts alumni are among the group of presenters.more
Sarah Sze, Professor of Visual Arts at Columbia University School of the Arts, was chosen last year to represent the United States at La Biennale di Venezia. Her work, set to be unveiled on June 1st, is presented by Holly Block and the Bronx Museum of the Arts in the 55th International Art Exhibition.more