David Wilson: Everything All At Once
September 3-September 26, 2012
Gallery Talk: Wednesday, September 26th, 4pm
Closing Reception from 5-6:30
Hampshire College’s Main Gallery is proud to announce their September
exhibition, DAVID WILSON: Everything All at Once, which runs from
September 3-26, 2012. David Wilson is Professor of Art and Director
of the Graduate School of Art at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville
and holds an MFA from the University of California, San Diego, where
he studied with Allan Kaprow, Italo Scanga, and Manny Farber.
Using unconventional materials and approaches, including collaboration
and performance, David Wilson creates large temporary artworks,
videos, and drawings. Wilson has shown his work internationally at
Kunsthalle Basel and Kunstlerhaus Boswil in Switzerland, the
Experimental Art Foundation and Performance Space in Australia, the
Robert McDougal Gallery in New Zealand, and the Center for Icelandic
Art, Reykjavik. He has had solo exhibitions in the United States
including at the Southeastern Center For Contemporary Art, Old
Dominion University, Auburn University, the Florida Center for
Contemporary Art, and the Dietrich Jenny Gallery. His group
exhibitions venues include the Nexus Contemporary Art Center, Spaces
Art Gallery, The Mint Museum, Cheekwood Fine Arts Center, the
University of California (San Diego), and Wake Forest University.
Wilson’s videos were selected for the Dallas Video Festival, the
Sydney Underground Film Festival, Australia, the DigiFestival,
Florence, Italy (juror’s special recognition) , and the Alternative
Film and Video Festival, Belgrade, Serbia (award of significant
Wilson’s artwork has been featured in periodicals such as Schweizer
Kunst and Art Papers and reviewed in newspapers including the Los
Angeles Times and Newsday. Wilson has been artist-in-residence at the
International Artist Exchange, Basel, Switzerland, SIM, Reykjavik,
Iceland, and the Academy of Fine Art, Bratislava, Slovak Republic. He
has also designed sets for the National Theater of the Deaf Children?s
Theater that toured the U.S.
There will be a gallery talk by the artist on Wednesday, September 26,
at 4pm. This will be followed by a closing reception from 5-6:30.
This event is free and open to all. For further information contact
Carolyn Arnold at 413-559-5544
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, 10:30-4:30 and Sunday, 2-5
Hampshire College is located on Route 116, four miles south of Amherst Center.
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