Museum of Art
Join us for a Panel conversation:
Made Masculine explores perceptions of masculinities by thirteen contemporary artists.
This panel conversation moderated by Dr. Lisa Crossman, Guest curator, Fitchburg Art Museum,
will focus on the work and perspectives of
three exhibiting artists:
Caleb Cole, Andrew Mowbray, and David Hilliard
Each will offer a brief presentation, which will be followed by a discussion that will pay special attention to the exhibition's central themes of strength, desire, and intimacy.
Wednesday, September 27, 12:10pm
Paul Creative Art Center, A218
Image credits: Caleb Cole, Cilice, 2017, Vintage motorcycle jacket, vintage hanger, wire, dressmaking pins, 23” x 26”, Courtesy of Gallery Kayafas
Currently on View:
August 30 – October 15
The thirteen contemporary artists in this exhibition accept the framework that masculinity is made, fashioned, and modified generation to generation. Selected works of art explore the artifice of masculinity through themes such as strength, desire, and intimacy while posing the question: What does it mean to be made masculine or to make one’s own masculinity?
Made Masculine exhibiting artists: Jesse Burke, Ria Brodell, Caleb Cole, Arthur Henderson, David Hilliard, Raul Gonzalez III, Tala Madani, Azita Moradkhani, Cobi Moules, Andrew Mowbray, Toyin Ojih Odutola, John O’Reilly, and Kledia Spiro.
Guest curator, Lisa Crossman, Ph.D., Curator, Fitchburg Art Museum.
Supported by the Valerie Wilcox England ’54 and Frederick J. England Fund.
Image credit: Caleb Cole, Cilice, 2017, vintage motorcycle jacket, vintage hanger, wire, dressmaking pins, 23” x 26”, Courtesy of Gallery Kayafas
Willie Cole: On-Site
Highlights from the body of work by contemporary African-American artist Willie Cole and features 13 artworks, a video, and includes an installation of a massive chandelier made of recycled water bottles. This traveling exhibition is organized by the David C. Driskell Center at the University of Maryland, College Park and is co-curated by the David C. Driskell Center’s Deputy Director, Dorit Yaron, and Executive Director, Professor Curlee R. Holton.
Image credit: Willie Cole, Loveseat, 2007, shoes, wood, pvc pipes, screws and staples, 39” x 65” x 43”
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The Museum of Art at the University of New Hampshire collects, preserves, and interprets works of art, serving as a visual arts resource and an educational catalyst for the University and Seacoast communities. The Museum of Art inspires life-long learning by offering experiences to engage with art through exhibitions, hands-on study, educational programs, and the creative process.