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MESH, a new show at Gallery Oldham in Oldham, UK that opens March 11 will feature work by Jon Isherwood. 

Bennington…In the Beginning, a collection of photographs and scores by Bennington’s first Music Chair Kurt Schindler, curated by Susan Reiss ’79, is on display in the Jennings lobby now until the end of March. 

Assembly (Lorem ipsum), a long term installation by visual arts faculty Mary Lum, will be on view at Mass MoCA this coming May as part of the official opening of Building 6, their newly created gallery space.

Jacqueline Shatz '69 has a show at Carter Burden Gallery called Interiors. 

A 20-year survey of the work of faculty member Liz Deschenes opens at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston on June 29. The exhibition will include "explorations of various photographic technologies, rich and nuanced work with photograms, and sculptural installations that reflect the movements and light within a given space and respond to a site’s unique features."

"Dream States," an exhibition of photography at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art until 30 October, includes faculty member Liz Deschenes' work.

Jonah Nigro '16 is one of a group of international artists whose work will be displayed on digital screens around Paris for the first Parisian exhibition of animated GIFs. The exhibition, organized by Balibart Gallery, will run through June 10. An article on the exhibition states that Nigro is considered among the best digital illustrators in the world.

Rea McNamara discusses Utopia is No Place, an exhibition on feminist praxis shown this spring at Usdan Gallery, in the online art magazine ArtFCity. The exhibition included a pop-up module course co-taught by visiting curator Jacqueline Mabey and visual arts faculty member Robert Ransick.

Tom Sachs exhibition, Boombox Retrospective, runs through August 14 at the Brooklyn Museum.

Co-organized by faculty member Jon Isherwood and Bennington Museum curator Jamie Franklin, 3D Digital: Here and Now is a collaboration between Bennington College and the Bennington Museum that highlights artists, designers, and manufacturers whose work exploits the potential of new technologies to push material practice. The exhibition runs through June 15.

Rokenri, an avant-rock trio, including alumni Ethan Woods ’12, and Trevor Wilson ’09, will present "Tube on the Way Under," at Lincoln Center on Dec. 17th. Dancer Lydia Chrisman ’12, will perform, as well.

Training Wheels, a Vermont Arts Exchange exhibition of print work by ten Advanced Printmaking students from Bennington College, will open at the Bennington Train Depot. The show will kick off with a reception on Wednesday, December 2 at 7:30 pm and runs through February 29, by appointment.

Two groups of paintings by Ann Pibal, faculty member in visual arts, are the subject of a solo exhibition at Lucien Terras Inc. in New York City through January 17.

In a new project at the Usdan Gallery at Bennington College, artists, dancers, curators, students, and thinkers from China and the U.S. are turning the process of collaboration into a form of art. The gallery is open Tuesdays through Saturdays 1:00 to 5:00 pm; admission is free.

Faculty member Mary Lum’s solo exhibition at Carroll and Sons Gallery in Boston, Mass., is garnering attention in the art press.

The exhibition Dan Shapiro: Bennington and Beyond will be on view at Usdan Gallery at Bennington College June 17 through August 30. Shapiro taught printmaking at Bennington College beginning in 1947.

Co-curated by Tower 49 Gallery Director Ai Kato and critic and curator Karen Wilkin, The Bennington Legacy traces the lineage of a group of influential artists and teachers who were associated with the abstract modernist movement at Bennington College from the early 60s through the 80s. The exhibition is currently on view at Tower 49 Gallery in New York City. More info.

Faculty member Andrew Spence is one of 30 artists included in a major exhibition surveying new work in pattern, repetition, and motif at the 1285 Avenue of the Americas Art Gallery (between 51st and 52nd Streets, NYC). The exhibition opens with a reception on March 16, 6:00–8:00 pm, and runs through June 12 (Monday–Friday, 8:00 am–6:00 pm). 

An exhibitions of small-scale photo and acrylic collages by visual arts faculty member Mary Lum opens October 23 at Yancey Richardson Gallery in New York. 

An exhibition of new paintings by faculty member Ann Pibal is on view at Steven Zevitas Gallery in Boston through Saturday, May 4, with an opening reception on Friday, April 5.

The Network, a compelling new video portrait by artist Lincoln Schatz ’86, is a single-screen video that constantly recombines 89 interviews with politicians, scientists, innovators, and scholars. It is currently on view at the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery.

A show of new works by visual arts faculty member Mary Lum will open with a reception at Yancey Richardson Gallery on September 6. The exhibit, Small Structures—on view through October 20—includes a series of small-scale photographs and acrylic-based collage works on paper, hung end-to-end in a line throughout the gallery.

Visual arts faculty member Ann Pibal’s small-scale paintings are on view in a group exhibition at Sikkenma Jenkins & Co Gallery on West 22nd St., New York.

Alumnus Ben Hall '04 was profiled in the Detroit Free Press last month after being the only local artist selected for the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit's exhibition "Spatial City: An Architecture of Idealism," which will be on display through Friday, December 30.

State of the Union, a visual arts piece created by Bennington faculty member Robert Ransick is currently on view at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE) until September 26.

Bennington will celebrate the opening of Marina Zurkow's Crossing the Waters, an exhibition of seven animated single and multi-channel works, on Tuesday, March 2, from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the College's Usdan Gallery. The event is free and open to the public.

Faculty member Liz DeschenesRight/Left photography exhibition was on display last month at the prestigious Sutton Lane art gallery, marking her third solo exhibition of 2009 (and her first-ever in Paris).

A series of photos by faculty member Liz Deschenes were selected for the first-ever photography exhibition to run in the new Modern Wing of the Art Institute of Chicago.

During a post-Katrina panel discussion with a group of New Orleans-based artists in early 2006, Dan Cameron '79, then-senior curator at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, just blurted it out: "A biennial would go really, really well in New Orleans."  

The work of photography faculty member Liz Deschenes is part of Photography on Photography: Reflections on the Medium Since 1960, an exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art through October 19, 2008.