On Exhibit

Jorge Otero-Pailos standing over a lit square, screen of dance movements on floor preserved by dust

Jorge Otero-Pailos with Répétiteur.

Jorge Otero-Pailos is one of three artists invited by New York City Center to create artworks that celebrate the cultural institution’s 75th anniversary.

A man installing a model of the Seagram Building

Installation of Seagram Building model, c. 1957. Image Courtesy of Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library

'Model Projections,' an exhibit in Buell Hall, focuses on the practice of model making during the mid-20th century.
An artistic photograph by Omar Z. Robles of a ballerina in pointe shoes dancing in a street devastated by hurricanes and floods in Puerto Rico
If you need a break from the heat, there are several exhibitions around Columbia that you can enjoy while cooling off indoors.
This summer the Wallach Art Gallery features art that looks to the Caribbean islands and challenges traditional geographic and conceptual boundaries.
purple and orange geometric shape

Left Push In by Laura Mosquera, 2017. Acrylic, gouache, flashe and printed paper on canvas.

Artistic talent isn’t confined to the professorial and student ranks at the School of the Arts.  Fourteen administrators who work at the school are having their work displayed in a staff exhibition at the LeRoy Neiman Gallery in Dodge Hall.

Propaganda for Lenin during the Russian Revolution

"Our Lenin" illustrated by William Siegel. Image Courtesy of the Rare Book & Manuscript Library

The Rare Book and Manuscript Library is marking the centennial with an exhibition intended to both convey the dramatic events of 1917 and to show their continued relevance.
archival image from Frank Lloyd Wright

Frank Lloyd Wright and Taliesin Fellows, Broadacre City model, 1935; The Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Archives. Image Courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art | Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library

This fall the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery brings together two very different mid-20th century visions for housing in the U.S. with its exhibition, Living in America: Frank Lloyd Wright, Harlem and Modern Housing.

Portrait of Florine Stettheimer

Florine Stettheimer, photograph by Peter A. Juley & Son, c. 1917-20. Image provided by Peter A. Juley & Son Collection, Photograph Archives, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC. 

Florine Stettheimer, a renowned New York City-based painter, designer and poet, was a woman ahead of her time. Now, the Jewish Museum in New York City is telling her story in an exhibition, "Florine Stettheimer: Painting Poetry."
Joanne's Girls by Douglas Miles

A photograph in the Apache Chronicles exhibit titled Joanne's Girls by Douglas Miles.

Douglas Miles is a Native American artist whose paintings and other works reference Apache motifs. In the 1990s, after watching his son skateboarding, he decided to make a board for him.
Harper's Weekly Joseph Pulitzer Cartoon
When Gwendolyn Brooks won a Pulitzer for "Annie Allen," she became the first African American to win. When Sinclair Lewis won for "Arrowsmith," he refused it—the only time that has happened. These are just a few of the anecdotes shared in a new exhibition.