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July 13 - August 25, 2005
The Art Gallery of The Graduate Center will present the first full scale retrospective to be shown in the United States of the work of István Farkas (1887-1944).
May 18 - June 25, 2005
March 2 - April 23, 2005
Graduate Center Art Gallery Presents Stephen Antonakos: Five Decades of Drawings
October 29 - November 27, 2004
Installed in the Graduate Center's Exhibition Hallway, this show features expressive portraits by the noted Venetian painter and master etcher Domenico Tiepolo (1727-1804), including 24 of the 60 prints forming the Raccolta di Teste (Collection of Heads) plus one related drawing. Read more
From December 2 to January 15 the Art Gallery of the Graduate Center will present a rare--perhaps unique--window on the Spain of Queen Isabel II and the second half of the nineteenth century. Titled "Sun and Stone: Nineteenth-Century Photography in Spain," the exhibition from the collection of Jerald R. Green will feature over 75 prints from more than a dozen photographers, whose subject matter encompasses Spain's rich and varied architectural heritage. Read more
September 23 - November 13, 2004
From September 23 to November 13, the Art Gallery of the Graduate Center will present a lesser known side of the masters of nineteenth-century French painting by showcasing their print works. Read more