4/7: Rutgers-Camden Senior Thesis Exhibition

May 6 to 23, 2013
Artist Reception: May 23, 11-2 pm

4/7 is the senior thesis exhibition of students graduating from the Rutgers-Camden Department of Fine Arts. The exhibition includes painting, sculpture, photography, graphic design, film, animation and multi-media work.

From Here to There: Parallel Trajectories

March 13 – April 24, 2013

The painter Margery Amdur, the soprano and recording artist Julianne Baird, the theater artist Paul Bernstein, the graphic designer Allan Espiritu, and the art historian Martin Rosenberg have co-curated an exhibition around the theme of ‘work in progress’—translated into the title of the exhibition from here to there, parallel trajectories— each participant selecting existing artwork or creating new work, from her or his respective disciplinary point of view. The exhibition is interdisciplinary in nature, from painting to performance to ipads; and will challenge the viewer to create links between diverse works of art that explore the idea of work in progress in this exhibition and presented in the accompanying series of public programming.

Visions of Camden

A View from the Bridge

January 14 – March 1, 2013

The oil paintings of William (Bill) M. Hoffman Jr. and the en plein air sketches of Mickey McGrath offer an impressionistic vision of Camden. Suffused with the light that bounces off surfaces, rounding the edges of the views described, awash in warm colors, the paintings and drawings of these visual artists lend the city of Camden the transformative gaze of the earlier Impressionist and post-Impressionist artists. The impressionist gaze transcribed the glance, the fleeting movement of the eyes alighting upon a scene, only to be drawn to the next beckoning view.