Please join us for an opening reception celebrating Learning to See Color.
Opening reception: January 14, 5-7 pm
This exhibition explores the underpinnings of color, with a particular emphasis on the shifting and elusive quality of the concept, in order to help the viewer see color in a richer and more complex way.
Artworks drawn from the University Art Collections will be placed in dialog with works by regional and national contemporary artists. Selections from the University Art Collections’ pristine portfolio of color studies by Bauhaus master Josef Albers (Formations and Articulations) will provide a through-line, because this stunning collection of master prints was created as a career retrospective of his lifetime studying color and composition.
Enjoy light refreshments, drinks, and conversation. This event is free and open to the public.
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