PAST PROGRESSIVE // FUTURE PERFECT:

Recent Acquisitions and Promised Gifts

Sept. 15 - Dec. 17, 2017

The Art Museum at University of Saint Joseph presents Past Progressive//Future Perfect, a celebration of recent acquisitions and promised gifts featuring artists from around the world and art from the 17thcentury to the present.  The exhibition consists of more than 50 works of art, including:

  • The first German Expressionist works to enter the Art Museum’s collection, including prints by Max Pechstein, Max Kaus, and Max Beckmann.
  • Latin American woodcuts  by Antonio Martorell, and Aliosky Garcia Sosa
  • Works in watercolor and photography by African American artists Richard Yarde and Hank Willis Thomas
  • Drawings and prints by Connecticut’s own sculptor Carol Kreeger Davidson and painter/printmaker Robert Kirschbaum
  • and much more

Image: Utagawa Kunisada (Toyokuni III) (1786-1865). Kabuki Actors Iwai Kumesaburo as Miuraya Agemaki, Sawamura Gennosuke III (later known as Ichikawa Danjuro IX) as Hanakawando no Sukeroku, and Nakamura Fukusuke as Hige no Ikyû in the play Sukeroku. Woodcut (diptych) printed in color, gift of George Lechner, 2017.

The Art Museum at University of Saint Joseph is part of the Connecticut Art Trail.

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