Department of Art
 

Rooms 230 and 240
Art & Communication Building

3715 Central Ave.
(across from Holiday Inn)
901.678.2216



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Art Museum (AMUM)
Institute of Egyptian Art & Archaeology (IEAA)

Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art
fogelman galleries

Providing the Art Department with vastly expanded professional display space, The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art serves as a valuable education experience for our students. Additionally, it gives the College expanded capacity to bring contemporary working artists to campus to enrich the curriculum and broaden our students’ understanding of today’s art world within the national and international context.

The galleries are open regular University business hours in rooms 230 and 240 of the Art and Communication Building, 3715 Central Ave., across from the Holiday Inn.

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jason keeling

Jason Keeling: Selected Works

Jayson Keeling was born in Brooklyn, NY and attended The Fashion Institute of Technology. He lives and works in Long Island City, Queens. For most of his career Keeling worked almost exclusively in the medium of photography, but recently he has begun to explore painting, video and sculpture.

The Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art,
University of Memphis
Memphis, TN
August 25 - September 24, 2014

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culture and resistance

Culture And Resistance: Civil Rights Photography: Memphis, 1968

Curated & organized by Leila HamDan

Photographs courtesy of the University of Memphis libraries.
Special thanks to the University of Memphis / Department of Art.

The Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art,
University of Memphis
Memphis, TN
May 2 – June 5, 2014

 


loathing not loathing

The Art Department of the University of Memphis is pleased to announce the Spring 2014 BFA exhibition Longing, Not Loathing.

It will be on display April 4 - April 25 in The Martha and Robert Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art located in the Art and Communication Building on campus. The opening reception will be held on Friday, April 4, 2014 from 5:30 - 8:00pm. The exhibition will highlight work and achievements from the Spring graduating class consisting of:

Megan Bivens
Stephanie Britt
Freeman Brown III
Sara Cameron
Caolinn Golden
Christina Ridley
Anna Sanders
Gregory Allen Smith
Kevin Sutton
Rosemary Wynne

loathing not loathing

This culmination of expertise presents itself through multiple mediums, spanning a wide array of subjective concerns. Topics of loss, remembrance, pain, sexuality and manipulation of nature are represented throughout the photography. Perception and tension challenge tactile reality through sculpture, while color and light reveal an intangible reality. Manipulation and the manufacturing of nature are addressed in ceramic forms. We wish our viewers to join us for this milestone exhibition and to leave Longing, Not Loathing. This event is free and open to the public. For more information call 901-678-2216.

 


flashBlack

flashBlack: the African diasporic impulse in American photography

The Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art,
University of Memphis
Memphis, TN
January 24–February 28, 2014

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flashBlack

flashBlack

 


jordan eagles

Jordan Eagles

BAR 1-9 – Solo Exhibition

The Fogelman Galleries of Contemporary Art,
University of Memphis
Memphis, TN
January 24–February 28, 2014

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