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Stony Brook News: DOUBLE PORTRAIT

Stony Brook University journalism student Daniel Gatta reports on DOUBLE PORTRAIT: Charley Friedman and Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez, on view at the Staller Center's Zuccaire Gallery through February 17 ... read more

SBU Happenings: Art2Go Program Visits Double Portrait Exhibit at Zuccaire Gallery

More than a dozen students from the Port Jefferson Elementary School Fifth Grade Art Club visited Stony Brook University on January 31 to experience the Double Portrait exhibit and participate in hands-on art activities ... read more

SB Happenings: Three Student Exhibits Coming to Zuccaire Gallery

The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery >in Staller Center will present three separate student exhibitions during the course of March and April. The graduate student exhibition, Time: MFA Thesis Exhibition 2018, will be on view from March 18 through April 14. The undergraduate Senior Show and the URECA Art Exhibition will be on view concurrently beginning April 26 ... read more

The Statesman: Review of DOUBLE PORTRAIT

"Double Portrait," a collection of sculptures and unusual drawings, is currently being displayed in the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery at the Staller Center for the Arts until Feb. 17. The exhibit is the product of artist couple Charley Friedman and Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez, who use their sculptures and paintings to create a bizarre experience, employing abstract symbolism... read more

Hamptons Art Hub: Preview of DOUBLE PORTRAIT

"DOUBLE PORTRAIT: Charley Friedman and Nancy Friedemann-Sanchez" has an Opening Reception on January 20, 2018 at 7 p.m. at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery. An Artist Talk takes place on Monday, January 22, 2018 at 2:30 p.m. The show remains on view through February 17, 2018. Admission is free and is open to the public. The show is curated by Karen Levitov, the director and curator of the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery... read more

Art Department Alumnus and Featured Gallery Artist Jeremy Dennis Honored as one of Stony Brook University’s 40 Under 40

Art Department Alumnus Jeremy Dennis (BA Studio Art ’13) was selected as one of Stony Brook Alumni Association’s 40 Under Forty, showcasing forty individuals under forty years of age who have made an impact after graduating from Stony Brook University ... read more

Zuccaire Gallery Awarded Presidential Mini-Grant for Diversity

President Stanley began by recognizing the individuals who received Presidential-Mini Grants. Through these mini-grant awards, the University helps bring to fruition ideas and projects that will improve "our research and our ability to work together with a greater understanding of one another," he noted... read more

CommUniversity Day and Museum Day Live!

Join the University campus community as we share our fascinating, innovative and entertaining world through hands-on, interactive activities. Visitors can explore, receive special offers and take part in activities on the Academic Mall, at the Staller steps, and in the Gallery ... read more

Limited Edition Print Available

While in residence at the Zuccaire Gallery preparing for the ANTIFORM exhibition, artist John Ros was inspired by the unusually-painted stairwell in the Art Department wing of the Staller Center for the Arts at Stony Brook University. He carefully measured and color-matched each painted section to create this limited edition giclée print ... read more

THE KEY REPORTER: Voices and Ideas

When Karen Levitov (ΦBK, University of Wisconsin-Madison) came to the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery at Stony Brook University, she brought ambition, expertise, and a passion for the arts to an otherwise science-oriented campus ... read more

VIDEO: Guerrilla Girls at Stony Brook

The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, located in Stony Brook University's Staller Center, recently open a new art exhibition. Unlike a typical art exhibit, filled with traditional paintings by artists like Picasso or Monet, this exhibition took an interesting twist ... read more

SBU Happenings: Changing Your Perception: "ANTIFORM" Brings Experiential Art to Stony Brook

"ANTIFORM," a new exhibition featuring unconventional work by New York artists Lindsay Packer, Mitch Patrick and John Ross, is on display until February 18 at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery located in the Staller Center for the Arts... read more

TBR NEWSMEDIA: Elementary Art Students Visit Gallery

"Do Women Have to Be Naked to Get Into the Met. Museum?" According to the Guerrilla Girls, yeah, kind of. Their supersized billboard goes on to state that less than 4% of the artists in the Modern Art sections are women, but 76% of the nudes are females ... read more

DON'T TAKE PICTURES: "The Immersive Worlds of Lorna Bieber"

The expansive space at Zuccaire Gallery at Stony Brook University cannot be easy to curate. A towering ceiling and broad room gives way along its back wall to an alcove, which in turn leads to a long side gallery. The space is both looming and intimate—allowing for long views, but also begs for close engagement ... read more

WOMAN AROUND TOWN: Go Guerrilla Girls! Feminism Writ Large

"Do Women Have to Be Naked to Get Into the Met. Museum?" According to the Guerrilla Girls, yeah, kind of. Their supersized billboard goes on to state that less than 4% of the artists in the Modern Art sections are women, but 76% of the nudes are females ... read more

NEWSDAY: Guerrilla Girls member talks art, politics and new exhibition

The Guerrilla Girls, a collective of anonymous female artists, will be showing their touring exhibition, "Not Ready to Make Nice: Guerrilla Girls in the Artworld and Beyond" at Stony Brook University's Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery through Oct. 22 ... read more

NEWSDAY: 'Guerrilla Girls' exhibit at Staller Center a witty look at feminism

It's not every day you get to interview a legendary female artist — never mind a deceased one. Calling the number a curator supplied us, we spoke to "Frida Kahlo" on her cell in Manhattan ... read more

THE STATESMAN: Guerrilla Girls make feminist statement at the Zuccaire Gallery

The Zuccaire Gallery is not ready to make nice with its provocative presentation of the Guerrilla Girls this fall. Anonymous and audacious, this feminist artist group has been crossing lines to battle social issues in the art world and beyond since 1985 ... read more

ON THE RECORD featured on FiOS1 TV

The exhibition at the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery features more than 1,000 record covers by some of the greatest designers, artists and photographers of their times, including Andy Warhol, Salvador Dali and Richard Prince... read more

“On the Record” Live at the Zuccaire Gallery!

Watch Gallery Director Karen Levitov give a live tour of ON THE RECORD: Album Cover Art. From albums by bands that have played at Stony Brook University to rare and limited edition albums such as the Beatles' Yesterday and Today "butcher album," hear and see the music in the gallery ... read more

SBU HAPPENINGS: Album Cover Art Exhibit at Zuccaire Gallery Opens July 19

ON THE RECORD includes iconic record covers from Miles Davis’ Tutu to David Bowie's Aladdin Sane and from the Beatles' Abbey Road to the Rolling Stones' Sticky Fingers to Mumford and Sons' Sigh no More ... read more

“EXPLORING PAUL W. ZUCCAIRE GALLERY PRESENTING ARTWORK BY STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY’S SENIOR CLASS”

As most already know, graduation season is upon us. In fact, it has very much arrived, bringing a slew of teary-eyed parents, frightened 20-somethings, and enough stuffed teddy bears dressed in miniature caps and gowns to fill a Toys R Us ... read more

SENIOR SHOW 2016 Awards

In addition to the President’s art acquisition, the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences Sacha Kopp has selected five Purchase Awards. Senior art majors and minors receiving the Dean’s Purchase Award are: Jenny Lam, Ariel Rahimzada, Ran Ren, Seika Robinson and Guomiao Zou. The student art works acquired by the Dean will be displayed in various campus departments in the College of Arts and Sciences ... read more

SBU-TV: An Artist Moves Mountains

Stony Brook University School of Journalism students Krysten Massa and Jasmine Blennau interviewed MFA student Victoria Febrer in her studio and in the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery's MFA Thesis Exhibition. Krysten Massa reports ... read more

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