Curatorial Studies Student Artwork

  • Come Closer” curated by Lily Fierman is a photographic series by Lindsey Jardine and Jesse Lipfert installed in the 4th floor Wilson Hall Student Run Gallery that explores multiple definitions of intimacy in daily life.

    Photo: Lily Fierman

  • Come Closer” curated by Lily Fierman is a photographic series by Lindsey Jardine and Jesse Lipfert installed in the 4th floor Wilson Hall Student Run Gallery that explores multiple definitions of intimacy in daily life. (detail)

    Photo: Lily Fierman

  • Come Closer” curated by Lily Fierman is a photographic series by Lindsey Jardine and Jesse Lipfert installed in the 4th floor Wilson Hall Student Run Gallery that explores multiple definitions of intimacy in daily life. (detail)

    Photo: Lily Fierman

  • “The Print Center: 100 Years of Promoting Art” curated by Monika Kuder is an installation in the Diamond Windows, 2nd floor, Wilson Hall of photographs and documents drawn from the Print Center’s archives that reflect the strategy of constructing a social network to promote the printed image.

    Photo: Monika Kuder

  • “The Print Center: 100 Years of Promoting Art” curated by Monika Kuder is an installation in the Diamond Windows, 2nd floor, Wilson Hall of photographs and documents drawn from the Print Center’s archives that reflect the strategy of constructing a social network to promote the printed image. (detail)

    Photo: Monika Kuder

  • “The Print Center: 100 Years of Promoting Art” curated by Monika Kuder is an installation in the Diamond Windows, 2nd floor, Wilson Hall of photographs and documents drawn from the Print Center’s archives that reflect the strategy of constructing a social network to promote the printed image. (Curator installing in Diamond Window)

    Photo: Monika Kuder

  • Preservation Not Necessary” curated by Magda Mierzejewska. Installed on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall outside Media Room, two videos document the creation and destruction of the ephemeral outdoor sand paintings of Joe Mangrum. (4th Floor Wilson Hall, wall text)

    Photo: Magda Mierzejewska

  • Preservation Not Necessary” curated by Magda Mierzejewska. Installed on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall outside Media Room, two videos document the creation and destruction of the ephemeral outdoor sand paintings of Joe Mangrum. (Installation view with curator)

    Photo: Magda Mierzejewska

  • “Here You Are” curated by Brianna Barton in conjunction with the mailed exhibition, “Where Are You?” An examination of contemporary mail art installed in a 2nd floor Peter Hall abandoned phone booth. (Phone booth exterior)

    Photo: Brianna Barton

  • “Here You Are” curated by Brianna Barton in conjunction with the mailed exhibition, “Where Are You?” An examination of contemporary mail art installed in a 2nd floor Peter Hall abandoned phone booth. (Wall text and interior view)

    Photo: Brianna Barton

  • “Here You Are” curated by Brianna Barton in conjunction with the mailed exhibition, “Where Are You?” An examination of contemporary mail art installed in a 2nd floor Peter Hall abandoned phone booth. (detail interior view)

    Photo: Brianna Barton

  • “I Shop, Therefore I Am” curated by Alexa Tubbs is a series of photographs by Christina Kimmel installed in the upper windows of The Art Shop that communicate personal experience with the glamour and desire of consumerism, fashion and identity. Visible from inside and outside the building on Race St. (inside Art Shop with exhibition photographs installed in upper windows)

    Photo: Alexa Tubbs

  • “I Shop, Therefore I Am” curated by Alexa Tubbs is a series of photographs by Christina Kimmel installed in the upper windows of The Art Shop that communicate personal experience with the glamour and desire of consumerism, fashion and identity. Visible from inside and outside the building on Race St. (detail of photo installation in upper windows of the Art Shop)

    Photo: Alexa Tubbs

  • “Space and Light: Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark” curated by Caitlin Tucker. Video projections and hand-crafted light boxes installed on the 1st floor of Sarah Peter Hall on the Philadelphia Wall. Juxtaposition of some of Matta-Clark’s most well-known and most obscure works to examine his part in history at Moore and abroad.

    Photo: Caitlin Tucker

  • “Space and Light: Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark” curated by Caitlin Tucker. Video projections and hand-crafted light boxes installed on the 1st floor of Sarah Peter Hall on the Philadelphia Wall. Juxtaposition of some of Matta-Clark’s most well-known and most obscure works to examine his part in history at Moore and abroad. (Caitlin Tucker with Art History professor Jonathan Wallis, installation view detail)

    Photo: Caitlin Tucker

  • “Raid the Closet” curated by Sarah Wilson is an exhibition installed on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall in the studio and costume closet of the Fashion Department to showcase fashions from Moore’s historic costume collection along with contemporary fashions by designer Charlotte Ronson. (Signage and video installation)

    Photo: Sarah Wilson

  • “Raid the Closet” curated by Sarah Wilson is an exhibition installed on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall in the studio and costume closet of the Fashion Department to showcase fashions from Moore’s historic costume collection along with contemporary fashions by designer Charlotte Ronson. (Models dressed in combination of clothing from historical costume closet and contemporary fashions designed by Charlotte Ransom)

    Photo: Sarah Wilson

  • “Raid the Closet” curated by Sarah Wilson is an exhibition installed on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall in the studio and costume closet of the Fashion Department to showcase fashions from Moore’s historic costume collection along with contemporary fashions by designer Charlotte Ronson. (Curator Sarah Wilson in the historical costume collection installation)

    Photo: Sarah Wilson

  • “Raid the Closet” curated by Sarah Wilson is an exhibition installed on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall in the studio and costume closet of the Fashion Department to showcase fashions from Moore’s historic costume collection along with contemporary fashions by designer Charlotte Ronson. (Children's clothes from historical costume closet collection)

    Photo: Sarah Wilson

  • “Raid the Closet” curated by Sarah Wilson is an exhibition installed on the 4th floor of Wilson Hall in the studio and costume closet of the Fashion Department to showcase fashions from Moore’s historic costume collection along with contemporary fashions by designer Charlotte Ronson. (Curator Sarah Wilson in the historical costume collection installation)

    Photo: Sarah Wilson

  • Ingrid Wetzel Continuing Education student in the Fashion program at 2011 Curatorial Studies Senior Thesis exhibition “Pop Up Galleries” opening night reception and tour sign-up.

  • 2011 Curatorial Studies Thesis exhibition "Pop Up Galleries" student-designed brochures/invitations.