NSU Art Museum Fall 2024 Exhibitions

NSU Art Museum Fall 2024 Exhibitions

Louis M. Glackens: Pure Imagination

April 14, 2024 - March 30, 2025

Louis M. Glackens was a trailblazing figure who for 20 years,

served as a staff artist for the satirical weekly Puck, the first widely

disseminated humor magazine in the United States. Later, he

became one of the first illustrators of animated cartoons. This

exhibition seizes the opportunity to reevaluate Louis Glackens’

cultural contributions through the gift of hindsight and wealth of

illustrations generously gifted to the Museum by The Sansom

Foundation, Inc. Curated by Ariella Wolens.

Peter Halley

September 8, 2024 - January 12, 2025

Known for his neon-colored geometric paintings referencing barred

windows, prison cells, conduits and city grids, Peter Halley will work

with NSU Art Museum to present a site-specific installation

comprised of wall-to-wall, digitally printed vinyl, featuring a

technicolor palette broken into linear sequences, informed by the

artist’s visual allusions to modern industrial frameworks. The

installation provides a vivid experiential environment for viewers.

Curated by Bonnie Clearwater.

Joel Meyerowitz: Temporal Aspects

September 22, 2024 - March 16, 2025

This exhibition will mark the inaugural display of works from a major

recent donation of 1,940 photographs by American artist Joel

Meyerowitz, a pioneer in the art of color photography. This show

will expand upon NSU Art Museum’s focus on making its extensive

holdings of photography accessible to the public, fortifying the

Museum's status as a preeminent space for the study, exhibition

and collection of photography in South Florida. Curated by Bonnie

Clearwater and Ariella Wolens.

Rose B. Simpson & vanessa german

November 16, 2024 - April 13, 2025

This exhibition will be a visual conversation between two leading

contemporary artists that have profoundly influenced one another;

their work shares a focus on structural racism, heteropatriarchy,

and the persisting reverberations of resource extraction in a

post-colonial world. Through the personal perspective of these two

individuals - both members of historically marginalized communities

- the museum seeks to enhance public awareness of Indigenous

and Black culture. Curated by Ariella Wolens.

Vicious Circles: Jacqueline de Jong

December 1, 2024 - May 4, 2025

This exhibition will be the first museum presentation dedicated to

the work of Dutch artist Jacqueline de Jong held outside of Europe.

The exhibition will consider the continuous theme of war and

protest throughout the artist’s oeuvre. Whether in her paintings

dedicated the rebellious spirit of rock ‘n’ roll, or visceral portrayals

of the ongoing war in Ukraine, de Jong remains focused on the

zeitgeist, reacting to the present with the urgency of protest.

Curated by Ariella Wolens.

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