One Work

One Work features nine large-scale artworks from the Tang Collection. Exploring a range of approaches to subject matter and media, the works include recent painting, photography, and sculpture by David Brooks, James Esber, Elger Esser, Anya Kielar, Julian LaVerdiere, Ann Pibal, Katy Schimert, Jonathan Seliger, and Beverly Semmes.

These works form the syllabus for a series of artist interviews organized and conducted by Skidmore students in the Art History course AH-351A. The interviews will be recorded and archived to serve as an important source of information on the artists and the Tang Collection for the future.

One Work: One Hour

A series of focused public dialogues in the gallery with visiting artists about their artwork: Ann Pibal on February 20, 2014; David Brooks on March 20, 2014; Anya Kielar on March 27, 2014; Beverly Semmes on April 3, 2014; and Julian LaVerdiere on April 24, 2014.

To learn more about these events visit the 2014 Alfred Z. Solomon Residency page.

Exhibition Name
One Work
Exhibition Type
Group Exhibitions
Place
Wachenheim Gallery
Dates
Jan 25, - Jun 01,
Curators
One Work is organized by Dayton Director Ian Berry.
Artists
David Brooks, James Esber, Elger Esser, Anya Kielar, Julian LaVerdiere, Ann Pibal, Katy Schimert, Jonathan Seliger, Beverly Semmes
Student Staff
Celia Caldas
2013-14 Eleanor Linder Winter ‘43 Endowed Intern, Gallery Monitor Associate
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