The official student-run blog of the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, NY.
Posts tagged "Nancy Graves"
Connections: 50 Years with Nancy Graves

Connections: 50 Years with Nancy Graves

In 1970, only thirty years old, Nancy Graves had her work on the cover of Art Forum and had work at the Whitney Museum.  However, Graves’s aesthetic changed over the course of the years.  In the current exhibition in the Project Gallery the Art Center, the work on display is much more colorful and playful...
Connections: Questioning Art

Connections: Questioning Art

Today’s post comes from Taylor Shoolery, class of 2012 and Art Center student docent. “Ever since Marcel Duchamp had the courageous effrontery to take a urinal, bicycle wheel and a bird cage into a museum and proclaim them works of art, some artists have been arrogating to themselves the right to proclaim this, that and...
Last Night at Late Night: Pleasures

Last Night at Late Night: Pleasures

Every Thursday night during Late Night at the Lehman Loeb we pose a question to our visitors. Read our favorite responses and let us know your answer in the comments section. This Week’s Question: Our current exhibition is about pleasure. Which work of art gives you pleasure? “Man at Table by John Harvey. I like the...
Off-Campus: Examining Wax

Off-Campus: Examining Wax

In this weekly feature, we will share our ideas for what you can do “off-campus” while the museum is closed. This week’s entry comes from Sadie Burzan, Vassar College class of 2011 and Art Center student docent. Traveling only thirty-one minutes north of the Vassar campus, you will find yourself on the other side of...