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DETACHMENT: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2022

March 19- April 14, 2022

Artist Talk and Reception: Wednesday, March 30, 5-7pm

Exhibition Catalog

Evening and Weekend Hours:
Saturday, March 19, 7-8pm

Saturday, March 26, 7-9pm
Wednesday, March 30, 5-8pm 

Saturday, April 2,  7-8pm
Saturday, April 9,  10am-2pm & 6-7pm 
Wednesday, April 13, 6-7pm 

Art Crawl: Wednesday, April 13, 1-3:30pm
Tour begins at the Simons Center at 1pm, followed by the Melville Library at 1:30, then Zuccaire Gallery at 2:30pm, followed by the Wang Center at 3pm. Join at any point along the tour. For more information, click here: Art Crawl

Entitled DETACHMENT, the MFA Thesis Exhibition 2022 presents new work by Stony Brook University's graduating Master of Fine Arts students, Dilge Dilsiz, Daniel Donato, and Heather Weston. All three artists are degree candidates in the Department of Art’s MFA program. The exhibition presents painting, sculpture, prints, photographs, and installation art. 

DETACHMENT: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2022 is accompanied by an illustrated catalog that includes artists’ statements and color images of each artist’s work. Artist interviews, high resolution images and a copy of the exhibition catalog are available upon request.

MFADilge Dilsiz, Annushka's Toska Heart, 2021
MFADaniel Donato, I Am at War, 2022

Heather Weston, Pasture Afterlife, 2022



The 2021-2022 Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery schedule is made possible by a generous grant from the Paul W. Zuccaire Foundation. Additional funding is provided by the Friends of Staller Center.