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Jose Aurelio Baez BFA ‘08 has work in a group show titled “UNSEEN” at Collar Works art space in Troy, NY, on view through Dec 14. (image 4)
Dia Art Foundation commissioned Mel Bochner BFA ‘62 to create his largest Measurement Room to date at Dia:Beacon, opening Nov 9.
Terry Boyd BFA ’09 is included in ZYNKA Gallery’s debut exhibition “Current” opening on Nov 16 in Pittsburgh.
Eunhee Kang BFA ’13 has a solo exhibition titled “Distant Calling” at 17717 is Seoul, South Korean, through Nov 17.
Ben Kinsely MFA’ 08 and Jessica Langley were awarded a 2019 INSITE Fund grant to support their curatorial project “The Yard.” The grant program is administered by RedLine and made possible by The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
Nicole Lenzi BFA ’95 participated in “Lines of Thought” at the CICA Museum in Gimpo, South Korea, Oct 11-27.
Dana Lok BFA ’11 showed work with Clima Gallery at Artissima Art Fair, Nov 1-3.
Adam Milner MFA ’17 has a solo exhibition titled “Late Night Space Force” at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, NY, through Jan 26, 2020. (image 1)
Ryan Murray’s BFA ’14 work was installed in an elevator in the Springfield City Library in Springfield, MA.
Barbara Rosenthal BFA ‘70 shows work in Saatchi Art’s “The Other Art Fair” at the Brooklyn Expo Center, Nov 7-10.
Benjamin Rosenthal BFA ’06 exhibits in the The Wrong Biennial online and in Longyearbyen, Norway, through March 1, 2020. (image 2)
Patrick Rowe BFA ’05 as part of Mobile Print Power and Pia Camil will present a screen printing workshop for making creative and critical interventions on t-shirts on Nov 9 at the Queens Museum. (image 3)
Alexandra Rubinstein BFA ’10 co-curated and has work in “Macho,” opening at Established Gallery in Brooklyn on Nov 9.
Zena Ruiz BFA ’11 has a solo exhibition titled “When Grief is Your Best Friend” opening at the Braddock Carnegie Library on Nov 7.
Laurie Shapiro’s BFA ’12 installation “Alchemy Tunnel” was reviewed in Artillery Magazine.