June 14, 2016

New Art from MFA exhibitions at Columbia, Mason Gross at Rutgers, and Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg

Art & Education
(1) Bomi Bea Kim, Untitled (Cooking Demonstration), 2016. (2) Brooke Holloway, Triptych, 2016. (3) Dongchan Kim, der Radar, 2015. (4) Sena Wataya, Untitled, 2016.

art&education features Yearbook – New Art, a platform for schools to present student work from MFA shows, open-studio presentations, and other annual student exhibitions.

Exhibitions currently on view:

Columbia University School of the Arts
MFA Thesis Exhibition 2016 
This year’s thesis exhibition was curated by Regine Basha at Fisher Landau Center for Art in Long Island City. The student works of Columbia’s twenty-five MFA graduates are on view here.

Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers
2016 MFA Thesis Exhibition
MFA Thesis exhibitions are presented each spring in Mason Gross Galleries, the school’s 4,000-square-foot gallery space dedicated to showcasing student work. Following Thesis is an annual culminating group exhibition, Rutgers in NY, featured this year at the Invisible Dog in Brooklyn. Visit the gallery here.

The Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg
For the first time the Academy of Fine Arts Nuremberg utilized the entire campus for its graduate exhibition. See the work of the graduating class of 2015 here.

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