Summer Exhibition: September 20 - October 7, 2011

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Summer
LeRoy Neiman Gallery
Columbia University
School of the Arts
310 Dodge Hall
2960 Broadway
(at 116th Street),
(212) 854-7641
Hours: Mon - Fri, 9am to 5pm
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Summer
New works from students, faculty and staff of the Visual Arts Program.

Opening Reception: Friday, September 23, 5-7pm
September 20 – October 7, 2011

Molly Lowe
Ernst Fischer
Maria Stabio
Nathan Catlin
Bea Parsons
Gregory Amenoff
Robin Cameron
Gregory Santos
James Yakimicki
Sasha Lerman
Jordan Rathus
Susan Morelock
Claudio Nolasco
Lea Cetera

LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University School of the Arts
310 Dodge Hall, 2960 Broadway (at 116th Street), (212) 854-7641
Gallery Hours: Mon - Fri, 9am to 5pm
Closed on Saturday and Sunday

 

Upcoming Exhibitions

Encounters in the Aftermath: Works by Lorie Novak - More Info...
Curated by Tess Korobkin and Audrey Sands
Exhibition brochure with essay by Laura Wexler
Opening Reception: Thursday October 13, 5-7pm
Exhibition: October 10 - October 21, 2011
Extended Hours: Friday, Oct. 14, 9am - 7:30pm
Extended Hours: Saturday, Oct. 15, 11:30am - 3:30pm
Presented in conjunction with the conference Injured Cities: Urban Afterlives, October 14-15, 2011, at Columbia University. See www.socialdifference.org/injuredcities for more information.

Fiat - Experiments in Financial Semantics - More Info...
Curated by: Brian T. McCarthy & Ernst Fischer
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 17, 5-7pm
Exhibition: November 14 - December 2, 2011

 

For information on past exhibitions please visit:
The LeRoy Neiman Exhibition Archive

 

 

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