Vessels: Containment and Displacement, Useful to Grand
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC | April 19–May 12, 2018
The Suzanne Lemberg Usdan Gallery is delighted to present "Vessels: Containment and Displacement, Useful to Grand,” a sweeping exhibition of hollow-form ceramics. Curators Barry Bartlett and Aysha Peltz invite the viewer to consider the the history of the vessel, from its primal beginnings as a container necessary for survival through its evolution into an increasingly sophisticated form of expression. Exhibited works range from ancient to current, from quotidian objects such as shaving mugs and crocks, to large-scale sculptural ceramics by contemporary artists.
This event features work by various artists, including alumni Mary Barringer ’72 and Martha Grover ’02.
The exhibition will run April 19–May 12, 2018, Tuesdays-Sundays, from 1:00-5:00 pm.
An opening reception will occur Tuesday, April 24, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.
Please note that for this show only the Gallery will be open on Sundays.