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    • Exhibition
      05/01/14
      Featuring posters from the Tibbals Collection, this exhibition examines the life of a circus poster. Printed and posted to announce the coming of the circus, for some posters, a second life began after the circus left town.
    • Exhibition
      05/01/14
      In the Streets: Photographing Urban Spaces explores the many ways in which 20th century photographers responded to the rise of the modern metropolis.
    • Exhibition
      05/01/14
      Precarious Possessions is an installation of life-sized Victorian furniture recreated in glass sculpture. Each of the three works, Crib, Cradle, and Sideboard with Blue China represents a particular moment in our lifespan and reminds us of our ties to the objects which define us through societal conventions.
    • Exhibition
      05/01/14
      Typically classed as a “new media” artist, this survey of his work will demonstrate that DuBois operates at the intersections of the visual, the performative, and the time-based mirroring our collective 21st century experience in a world dominated by the hypertext of globalized information.
    • Exhibition
      05/01/14
      The Kotler Collection is comprised of works by many of the leading glass artists in the American and European traditions. This exhibition will present an overview of the gift and will include works by Nicolas Africano, Silvia Levenson, Peter Hora, and Stanislav Libensky among many others.

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    • Performance
      05/01/14 6:30pm
      In this Gallery Performance, Bora Yoon and DuBois will perform ( (( PHONATION )) ), a live immersive audiovisual performance combining Yoon’s wide use of sound-making devices and voice with live camera-based projections by DuBois across the gallery walls.
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