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May 2, 2012

Pratt Institute Graduate Fine Arts Exhibition 2012 at Pratt Manhattan Gallery

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Left: Kyungah Choi, 41° 50′ 4.75″ N, 87° 37′ 42″ W, 2010. Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches. Right: Sabrina Barrios, In Finities, 2012. Nails, thread, yarn, black light, site-specific installation (dimensions variable).

An exhibition featuring work in all media by students receiving an M.F.A. from Pratt Institute School of Art & Design’s Department of Fine Arts.

Artists
Alex Abelson, Rahul Alexander, Lydia Andrioti, Charles Francis Antoine, Wayne Audrain, Min Ah Baek, Sabrina Barrios, Corbey Bunn, Leonidas Chalepas, I-Hsuen Chen, Kyung Ah Choi, Christopher Conroe, Alex Crawford, Sheena Rae Dowling, Elizabeth Duffy, Deshawn Dumas, Jessica Ecker, Deborah Figueroa-Cruz, Catherine Hancher, Meredith Hoffeins, Yiji Hong, Jill Hotchkiss, Kuo Heng Huang, Juliana Janicek, Catherine Johnson, Mi Ju, Hwanyoung Jung, Hairan Kang, Maiko Kikuchi, June Kim, Louise Kim, JongHeon Kim, Megan Liu Kincheloe, Sarah Kreiger, Michael Kuttner, Erin Latham, Hannah Layden, Un Jeong Lee, Mishele Lesser, Leah Matthews, Kelly McCafferty, Matice McMillan, Nicholas Naber, Austin Nelson, Lucia Oceguera, Keith Oehmig, Anthony Palocci Jr., Che Yeon Park, DJ Perera, Matthew Pisacano, Elizabeth Rabinovici, Kevin Reed, Hiba Schahbaz, Soyeon Shin, Lauren Smith, Anna Sorenson, Aderyn Wood, Tania Yenidjeian

The Look & Listen Festival, which presents new music within contemporary art spaces, will be hosting a three concert series at the Pratt Manhattan Gallery during the run of the exhibition (Saturday, May 12, 8pm; Sunday, May 13, 4pm; and Monday, May 14, 8pm). For a full list of performers and to purchase tickets (required), visit www.lookandlisten.org.

Pratt Manhattan Gallery is a public art gallery affiliated with Pratt Institute. The gallery aims to present significant, innovative, and intellectually challenging work in the fields of art, architecture, fashion, and design from an international perspective as well as to provide a range of educational initiatives to help viewers relate contemporary art to their lives in a meaningful way.
*Images above:
Left: Kyungah Choi, 41° 50′ 4.75″ N, 87° 37′ 42″ W, 2010. Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches.
Right: Sabrina Barrios, In Finities, 2012. Nails, thread, yarn, black light, site-specific installation (dimensions variable).
Both images courtesy of the artist.

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