The Space Between, curated by Nina Wexelblatt MA ’16, disperses installations by seven artists in interstitial spaces on the MASS MoCA campus to explore ways we can actively inhabit the state of “just passing through” the nooks and crannies that typically separate exhibitions.
Curated by Max Boersma MA ’16 and Christopher Borschel MA ’16, The Loosening of Time: Maurice and Charles Prendergast examines the modes of temporality active in the Pendergast brothers’ hybrid approaches to early twentieth-century American art.
The Williams Art Loan for Living Spaces (WALLS) collection, developed and curated by Hillary Reder MA ’14 and David Sledge MA ’14, is a unique collection of 90 works of art that Williams students borrow for their dorm rooms.
Bibliothecaphilia, curated by Allie Foradas MA ’15, explores the medium and ethos of libraries: institutions straddling the public and private spheres, the escapism that they offer, their status as storehouses for books, and the way that these objects circulate.
In Transit: Between Image and Object, curated by Robert Wainstein MA ’14, incorporates storage and transportation containers into vivid multimedia installations.
Recollections, curated by Hilary Reder MA ’14, tells the stories behind artworks donated by Williams alumni.
Curated by Martha Joseph MA ’13, Love to Love You, on view at MASS MoCA, explores popular fan culture, devotion, and obsession through recent contemporary art.
Cosmologies, curated by Elizabeth Rooklidge MA’13, considers a few of the many ways art explores the complex themes of the universe’s origins, fate, meaning and physical laws.
Making Room: The Space Between Two and Three Dimensions, curated by Caitlin Condell MA ’12 and Alexandra Nemerov MA ’12 under the mentorship of Susan Cross MA ’94, brings together an international group of young artists who combine two and three dimensional media to explore a liminal territory between the real and imaginary.
Copycat: Reproducing Works of Art, curated by Alexis Goodin MA ’98 and James Pilgrim MA ’12, explores the line between innovation and imitation, featuring fifty prints and photographs that are both original works of art and repetitions of drawings, prints, paintings, sculptures, and architecture created by other artists.
Recent Work: Aida Laleian and Steve Levin was curated by Lucie Steinberg MA ’12. In this exhibition, Laleian explores the tension that arises between the handmade and the mechanical while Levin’s oil paintings create universes in which art and ephemera merge and mingle.