UT’s Ewing Gallery will host an artist lecture featuring renowned artist Tim Rollins on November 12.
Ewing Gallery News
The Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture is displaying an exhibition of items from its permanent collection in the Art and Architecture Building through September 25. Something Old, Something New allows the campus community to see some of the treasurers held in the gallery’s rarely seen permanent collection.
Go Knoxville, the News Sentinel events guide, features the Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture’s exhibit showing art from its permanent collection. Something Old, Something New opened August 24. Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Walker Evans and Andy Warhol are among the more well-known artists whose works are in the exhibit of about 200 items.
Artist Richard Meier, who is also one of the world’s most celebrated architects, will exhibit his artwork this fall at UT’s Ewing Gallery of Art and Architecture, alongside collages selected from the International Collage Center. The exhibits, “Richard Meier: Selected Collage Works” and “Remix: Selections from the International Collage Center” will open with a 6:30 p.m. reception on Monday, November 4, in the Ewing Gallery.
An exhibition of work by faculty of the College of Architecture and Design entitled Thirty-Two, for the number of participants, will be on display at the Ewing Gallery August 1 through 29. From laser-cut aluminum to furniture design and photography taken abroad, Thirty-Two will showcase faculty work for the first time in five years. A reception will be held from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, August 23. All activities are free and open to the public.
Two University of Tennessee, Knoxville, School of Art alumni will be on campus tonight, Thursday, Sept. 16, for a lecture and exhibit opening. Bill FitzGibbons and Creighton Michael, both accomplished artists, will launch the Filament exhibit running through Oct. 31 in the Ewing Gallery, housed in the campus Art and Architecture building.
UT’s Ewing Gallery is hosting the art exhibition “Objects on the Horizon” now through Sunday, Oct. 4. The exhibition brings together the works of six contemporary Tennessee sculptural artists.