April 29- May 19, 2021
Stony Brook University presents its annual exhibition of works by senior art majors and minors and digital art minors. The Senior Show includes paintings, sculpture, ceramics, prints, photographs, digital media, mixed-media installations and works on paper by this year's graduating class.
The URECA Art Exhibition celebrates outstanding artwork created by Stony Brook University undergraduate students, selected by Art Department studio art faculty. Sponsored by the Undergraduate Research & Creative Activities (URECA) and featured as a part of the Shirley Strum Kenny Student Arts Festival, this exhibition has juried awards and distinctions presented by the Office of the Dean of Students and Gallery North.
Online Exhibition: you.stonybrook.edu/seniorshow2021
March 22- April 16, 2021
The MFA Thesis Exhibition 2021 presents new work by Stony Brook University's graduating Master of Fine Arts students, Stuart Balius, Yifei Cheng, Marta Baumiller and Annemarie Waugh. All four artists are degree candidates in the Department of Art’s MFA program. The exhibition features painting, sculpture, prints, photographs, video and installation art. The online exhibition also offers artist statements and bios, and opportunities to connect virtually with the artists.
The Zuccaire Gallery presents RECKONING: Student Mural featuring artwork by Stony Brook University students. Over 60 artworks from students across campus and around the world were submitted to the Gallery’s online student digital mural fall 2020 on the theme of Reckoning, in response to the challenges and issues of the day.
RECKONING STUDENT DIGITAL MURAL 2020: you.stonybrook.edu/reckoningmural
Online Exhibition, October 2020
The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery is proud to present an online Faculty Exhibition featuring the work of Stony Brook University's world-renowned faculty artists. RECKONING presents artwork created in 2020 that expresses a range of individual and collective experiences we are living through and the underlying conditions that have brought us to this crossroads.
Howardena Pindell, Black Lives Matter, 2020
The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery presents two annual exhibitions of artwork by undergraduate students at Stony Brook University. This year’s online presentation includes painting, sculpture, ceramics, prints, photographs, video and digital media by Stony Brook’s talented studio art students.
Virtual Senior Show & URECA Exhibition 2020: you.stonybrook.edu/seniorshow2020
August 19-November 20, 2020
Presents new work by Stony Brook University's graduating Master of Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes painting, drawing, prints, sculpture, installation and video works by Julia Miller and Joseph Santarpia. Both artists are degree candidates in Stony Brook University Department of Art's Master of Fine Arts program.
Virtual MFA Thesis Exhibition 2020: presenceabsence.com
October 26, 2019 – February 22, 2020
ARTISTS AS INNOVATORS featured works by 22 NYFA/NYSCA Artist Fellows including Elia Alba, Dawoud Bey, Sanford Biggers, Ross Bleckner, Chitra Ganesh, Faith Ringgold, Dread Scott, Shinique Smith and Fred Wilson. The works on display showed how the fellows addressed pressing and often controversial issues through their art, including racism, gender equality, sexual orientation, immigration, and globalization.
July 18-27, August 26-October 12, 2019
Featuring work created since 2010, THE VIEW FROM HERE offers a wide panorama of art practice from the perspective of artists—individuals who uncover aspects of their own identity as they reflect on contemporary life in Senegal. Collectively, their work acts as a portrait of how one African country can inspire creative minds, balancing universal questions with local characteristics.
May 2 – May 15, 2019
The SENIOR SHOW is presented concurrently in the Zuccaire Gallery with Stony Brook's URECA Art Exhibition. This exciting annual art exhibition is dedicated to celebrating outstanding artwork created on campus by Stony Brook University undergraduate students selected by Art Department studio art faculty.
March 23 – April 18, 2019
Lauren Ruiz, Maggie Avolio, Katherine Kaiser
MFA Thesis Exhibition 2019 presents new work by Stony Brook University's graduating Master of Fine Arts students. The exhibition includes painting, drawing, installation and video works by Maggie Avolio , Katherine Kaiser and Lauren Ruiz . All three artists are degree candidates in Stony Brook University Department of Art's Master of Fine Arts program.
January 26-February 23, 2019
ICONICITY brings together contemporary artworks that examine the concept, construction, and mythology of the icon. The artists in the exhibition explore ideas ranging from the connection between Medieval devotional iconography and emojis to the religious fervor of technology. Guest curated by Munich-based artist and curator Gretta Louw, the exhibition includes video, software and net art, textile art, and digital prints by nine international artists and artist groups.
Artists: American Artist, Carla Gannis, Jan Robert Leegte, Gretta Louw, Keiichi Matsuda, Owen Mundy, Tabita Rezaire, Alicia Ross, and the Warnayaka Art Centre.