The Graduate Department of Fine Arts at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design and the University of Pennsylvania Common Press are pleased to present Here Comes the Sun, a photobook by Mohammadreza Mirzaei. The book is designed by Filippo Nostri and contains 21 color plates, writing by Mirzaei, and an essay by Carlos Basualdo (full essay is below).
Sponsored by the Howard A. Silverstein & Patricia Bleznak Silverstein Photography Lecture Series.
KASEY SHORT // ANNIE ZVERINA A COLLABORATION INSPIRED BY PAOLO UCCELLO
11.14.2014 - 11.18.2014
FRIDAY, 11.14.2014, 6PM TO 8PM
PHYSICAL LAB, MORGAN BUILDING
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA
205 S. 34TH ST
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Please join 2015 MFA candidates James Howzell and Lydia Rosenberg for the opening of p l o t Friday October 31, 6 - 8 p.m. in the Morgan Building, 205 South 34th Street.
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University of Pennsylvania Fine Arts Lecture Series at the
Institute of Contemporary Art, Tuttleman Auditorium
118 S. 36th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Be sure to visit TRUCE, the 2015 MFA candidates' fall exhibition in Charles Addams Fine Arts Hall (200 South 36th Street) before it closes on Thursday October 2nd!
A piece in today’s Penn Current highlights how the School of Design is pioneering efforts to integrate knowledge as a means of achieving innovation and discovery.
Today, iconic public artworks, both permanent and temporary, are defining visual elements of many urban landscapes—from the LOVE sculpture (1976) in Philadelphia to The Gates installation (2005) in Central Park. This has not always been the case. While art in the broader sense has always possessed a public dimension due to its requirement of an audience, public art was not formalized as a category of discourse until the mid-nineteenth century.