Entries by Renee Lauzon

Northeast Alumni Exhibition @ Atlantic Works Gallery

Here and There Saturday October 14 – Friday October 27th “[Places] give us continuity, something to return to, and offer a familiarity that allows some portion of our own lives to remain connected and coherent.” Rebecca Solnit, The Faraway Nearby Vermont College of Fine Arts offers a low-residency MFA in Visual Art program, and so […]

Alumnus Nicolas Gadbois ’09 @ Todd Weiner Gallery

Left Behind, an exhibition at Todd Weiner Gallery 9/1/17-930/17 115 W 18th St Kansas City, MO 64108 United States An exhibition of surreal oil paintings featuring blank signs and billboards set in eerie landscapes. The work examines the way shifting realities in commerce and industry impact small towns in America. The blank signs are a […]

Former Faculty Member Sowon Kwon @ Full Haus

Sowon Kwon coffee table comma books September 2 – December 3 Opening Saturday September 2nd 3-6pm   Through sculptural and video installations, digital animation, drawing, printmaking, and artist books, Sowon Kwon has employed translation as both artistic medium and the subject of critique in her art since the early 1990s. Kwon’s formative early work From […]

Faculty Member Cauleen Smith @ Gallery TPW

Jérôme Havre, Cauleen Smith, and Camille Turner Triangle Trade September 14–November 11, 2017 Opening Reception: Thursday, September 14, 7:00–9:00 pm Gallery TPW is thrilled to announce an upcoming exhibition featuring Jérôme Havre, Cauleen Smith, and Camille Turner, a new commission made possible with the generous support of Partners in Art. Created during a year of […]

Visiting Artist Michel Droge Reviewed in Portland Phoenix

August 21, 2017 Written by Nick Schroeder Published in Art Since she first appeared as a student in MECA’s Graduate Studies painting program, I’ve been a huge fan of Michel Droge’s work. Her thick, hazy, metallicseeming paintings held both darkness and light as well as anyone in the state (not named Dozier Bell). But “Hiraeth,” her […]

Alumni Yukiyo Kawano Interviewed

A visual artist and a choreographer come together for an Aug. 9 performance work that bears witness to the annihilation of two entire cities and the complex Japanese and American narratives therein. A scene from a prior performance of “Suspended Moment”. Courtesy of Yukiyo Kawano Seventy-two years ago, American pilots dropped atomic bombs on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and […]