Weekly Alumni News Update 03.26-04.01.19

Posted on March 25, 2019

Four images: 1: abstract painting in primarily yellow and green; 2: several old postcards; 3; a group of people holding hands photographed on a lawn from above; 4: abstract painting with bright colors with many overlapping symbols

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Anna Azizzy BFA ‘17 with Jacob Rosati performed at Monkey Town in Mexico City, Mar 18-23.

Bianca Beck BFA ‘01, Lauren Faigeles BFA ‘13, and Deborah Kass BFA ‘74 exhibit in “Notebook” at 56 Henry in New York City, through Mar 31.

Arden Bendler Browning BFA ‘97 has a solo show of new paintings titled “Places to Be” at Tinney Contemporary in Nashville, through Apr 27.

Cy Gavin BFA ‘07 has a solo exhibition at Gavin Brown’s enterprise, his first with the gallery, through April 14.

Alex Lukas MFA ‘18 designed a flag for “Dream Weavers,” a site-specific outdoor installation of artist-designed flags at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, on view through May 12.

Ryan McGinness BFA ‘94 installed six paintings at the American Institute of Taiwan in Taipei, commissioned by Art in Embassies.

Patrick Meagher BFA ‘95 participates in “Text,” opening at Park Place Gallery in Brooklyn on Mar 29.

Lize Mogel BFA ‘92 has work included in “Diagrams of Power” at Onomatopee Projects in Eindhoven, The Netherlands, through May 5.

Marlena Novak’s BFA ‘79 3D animation “…After & Before” was included in Universal Sea’s traveling exhibition and is also featured in their book The Universal Sea: The art and innovation guide against the plastic epidemic.

Donna Lee Nyzio’s BFA ‘87 painting “House on the Hill” is included in the City of Overland Park National Juried Art Show in Kansas, on view in April and May.

Su Min Park BHA ‘11 did the photography, art direction, and retouching for recent issues of Féroce and Salysé magazines.

Paul Vanouse MFA ‘96 has an essay in the book State Machines: Reflections and Actions at the Edge of Digital Citizenship, Finance, and Art published by the Institute of Network Cultures.

Grace Wong BHA ‘18 had work included in “Place Setting” at The Yards Collective in Rochester, NY, Mar 1-23. She currently has work in “Everybody Has a Story” at the University of Rochester through May and in “New Old Image eXchange” at Ohio University through Mar 30.

Lollapalooza announced their 2019 lineup, which includes Yaeji (Kathy Lee) BHA ‘15.