Posts Tagged ‘Cantor Art Gallery’

Exhibition of Contemporary Work by Latin American Artists Opens at Holy Cross

January 25th, 2017 by Evangelia Stefanakos

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Students, faculty, and staff gather in the Cantor Art Gallery for the opening reception of “Last Frontier: The Subjectivity of Territory,” engaging with the thought-provoking work of 10 Latin American artists who explore the concept of borders through photography, sculpture, and video. The exhibition, curated by V. Nicolás Koralsky, the director for the College’s study abroad program in Buenos Aires, will run through April 14.

Photo by Tom Rettig

Class Visits “Woven Power” Exhibit in the Cantor Art Gallery

October 15th, 2016 by Jessica McCaughey

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Students visit the “Woven Power: Ritual Textiles of Sarawak and West Kalimantan,” exhibit, curated by Susan Rodgers, emerita professor of anthropology and emerita Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Society, in the Cantor Art Gallery. The exhibit, on display until Dec. 14 features intricately dyed, hand-loomed cotton textiles from Sarawak and West Kalimantan, in the Malaysian Borneo, dating the from the 1800s-1940.

This blog entry by Grainne Fitzpatrick ’17, photo by Tom Rettig

‘X’ Marks the Cantor Art Gallery

April 23rd, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey
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Photo by Tom Rettig

 

Caitlin Cantor ’15 installs her work “Pine Box” in the Cantor Art Gallery as part of the Holy Cross Senior Concentration Seminar Art Exhibition  titled “X”. Cantor describes her work as “a spiritual piece dealing with nature and the human connection.”  The annual exhibition features the artwork of graduating seniors who have participated in the Senior Concentration Seminar.

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Photo by Rob Carlin

Kim Tu Dam ‘15 poses with her Isolation Series during the opening reception of “X.” The exhibition will be open to the public through May 22.

Modern Dance Class Interprets Faculty Art Exhibit

March 16th, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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Jimena Bermejo-Black, visiting lecturer of theatre, center, leads students from modern dance classes to develop a one minute interpretation of displayed art from “Pulse: New Work by Faculty Artists” the exhibit currently on display in the Cantor Art Gallery.

Photo by Tom Rettig

New Work by Faculty Artists on Display in Cantor Art Gallery

January 28th, 2015 by Jessica McCaughey

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During an opening reception for “Pulse: New Work by Faculty Artists” visitors to the Cantor Art Gallery view an exhibit created by full and part time College of the Holy Cross faculty members of the visual arts department. The exhibit runs from Jan. 21 to April 10, 2015. Work by Amy Archambault, studio supervisor and lecturer; Michael Beatty, associate professor and division studio head; Rachelle Beaudoin, lecturer; Matthew Gamber, assistant professor; Randy Garber, visiting professor; Cristi Rinklin, associate professor and chair of visual arts; Susan Schmidt, professor; Leslie Schomp, lecturer; Marguerite White, lecturer; and Amy Wynne, lecturer are included in the exhibition, which features drawing, installations, photography, painting, printmaking, sculpture and video.

Photo by Tom Rettig

Sun Boxes Make Noise on Hogan Courtyard

May 7th, 2012 by Nikolas Markantonatos

Artist Craig Colorusso stands in the middle of his temporary sound installation “Sun Boxes” in the Hogan Courtyard.


The exhibit is comprised of 20 speakers operating independently, each powered by solar panels. The speakers emit recorded guitar notes in loops of different lengths.

Photography by Christian Santillo

Seniors Exhibit Work in Cantor Art Gallery

April 28th, 2011 by Nikolas Markantonatos

The Cantor Art Gallery is currently showcasing artwork produced by graduating seniors in the visual arts department. The exhibition, titled “Major: Works from the 2011 Senior Concentration Seminar,” runs through May 27.


“Atmospheric Refraction,” ink, acrylic, and oil on birch plywood by Wilza Jean.


Installation of photographs by Haley Allen.


One of the pieces of work in Johanna Gavin’s installation.


Brian Blum’s installation features oil paintings on canvas.

Photography by Tina Sato ’11

‘Art of Africa’ on Display in Cantor Art Gallery

March 25th, 2011 by Nikolas Markantonatos

The current exhibit in the Cantor Art Gallery, “Art of Africa: Objects from the Collection of Warren Robbins,” showcases more than 60 objects including sculpture, textiles, beaded clothing and jewelry, that broadly represent the creativity and diversity of artistic expression of nearly 30 cultures of sub-Saharan Africa.

Photography by Tina Sato ’11

Monumental Floating Sculpture Installed in St. Joseph Chapel

March 23rd, 2011 by Nikolas Markantonatos

Hundreds of sheets of shorn fiberglass fabric create a monumental, curving, floating sculpture above the main aisle of St. Joseph Chapel. Titled Curalium, the original, contemporary sculptural installation by German artist Angela Glajcar, pictured above with Roger Hankins, director of the Cantor Art Gallery, will be on display from March 25 – May 16.

Photography by Christian Santillo

Portraits of a Student

September 17th, 2010 by Nikolas Markantonatos

A student examines the latest Cantor Art Gallery exhibition, Tom Zetterstrom: Portraits of American Trees.

Photography by Cristina Sato ’11