|January 6 - Feb. 6 , 2009|
Ed Rice: Paintings
Curated by Paul Bright
Ed Rice’s paintings of architecture, which have long comprised the majority of his works, manage to be both evocative and specific, always telling us something essential about the structure depicted in both detail and spirit. Rice has followed an idiosyncratic path; his training was as much artisanal as artistic. He has carved out a successful “career” as an artist, with a knowledge of - but well outside - most streams of art-making of the last 30 years..
Los Sueños: Prints of Goya, Mirò, and Picasso
Curated by Bernadine Barnes and the students in her History of Prints class.
Using works found in the Wake Forest University Print Collection, this exhibit includes examples from several of Goya’s series, including /The Disasters of War/ and /Los Caprichos. /Mirò’s lithographs published in /Derriere le Miroir /(/Behind the Mirror/) recall vivid and turbulent dreams that lead to abstraction and discovery. Picasso’s prints in this exhibition include images from his famous series/ Dreams and Lies of Franco/ with its fantastic imagery showing his mocking disapproval of Spanish dictator.
Goya,Disparate de Carnabal (Exhortations) #14, 1816