Group Title: Harn Museum of Art Exhibitions
Title: Harn Museum of Art Exhibitions : Fall 2006 - Spring 2007
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Title: Harn Museum of Art Exhibitions : Fall 2006 - Spring 2007
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Language: English
Creator: Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art
Publisher: Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art, University of Florida
Publication Date: Fall - Spring 2006 - 2007
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September 5,2006 December 31, 2006

An exhibition of ceramics from one of the most highly
regarded ceramic artists who is represented in major
national and private collections worldwide. Magdalene
Odundo has achieved international recognition for her
beautifully restrained ceramic forms. She brings together
the art of sculpture and the craft of pottery to create
striking ceramic vessels whose resonances range from
Mediterranean sculpture to traditional African pottery.
This is the first time her work has been displayed in Florida.



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September 5, 2006 December 31, 2006

This group of 12 ceramic vessels was selected from the
Ham's Asian, African and Ancient American collections
and Mediterranean holdings, and is designed to be shown
in conjunction with the concurrent exhibition, Resonance
and Inspiration: New Works by Magdalene Odundo.


artworks, clockwise from top left:
Magdalene Odundo, Vessel Series I, no. I,
2004, red clay, fired once, collection of the
artist. Courtesy Anthony Slayter-Ralph
Installation of artworks by Robert
Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol and Roy
Lichtenstein
Chinese, Boulder with Luohan in a Cave,
Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), 18th century
Nephrite, private collection
Nupe people, Nigeria, Waterpot, n.d.
Terracotta with black glaze, gift of Rod
Mrcalliard






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September 5,2006 ongoing

The exhibition showcases the best of
the Ham's African collection, one of
the largest African art collections in the
southeast, emphasizing the historical
and geographical diversity of the
collection as well as a range of mediums
now well-represented in the collection,
such as wood, sculpture, masquerades,
ceramics, textiles, metalwork
(including jewelry) and
architectural elements. The exhibition
highlights some recent acquisitions not previously
exhibited at the Harn and also focuses on works by
identified artists or hands, including works by Osei
Bonsu, Ubah of Usufoia, Olowe of Ise and Agbonbiofe
Adesina. Made possible by SunTrust Bank.


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September 5, 2006 ongoing

This exhibition presents highlights from the Museum's
holdings of modern American, European and Latin
American art spanning the mid-19th century through
the first half of the 20th century. Featured works
include landscapes, city views, mural studies, portraits,
figural studies and sculpture by more than 40 artists.
In addition, this exhibition includes a special area
devoted to works on paper such as charcoal and pencil
drawings, pastels and watercolors. Among the artists
represented are European artists Claude Monet and
Auguste Rodin, Mexican artist Diego Rivera, and
American artists Milton Avery, George Bellows, Isabel
Bishop, Charles Burchfield, Preston Dickinson, Childe
Hassam, Herman Herzog, Gaston Lachaise, Reginald
Marsh, Fairfield Porter and Hale Woodruff. Made
possible by Compass Bank.



















artworks, right column, top to bottom
Yoruba people, Nigeria, Owo, Royal RitualAxe, early-mid 20th century, wood, iron
pigment, gift of Rod McGalliard
Claude Monet, Champ dovomne (Oat Field), 1890, oil on canvas, gift of Michael A. Singer









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October 3, 2006 December 31,2006

Marsden Hartley: American Modern brings to Gainesville
the single largest collection of Hartley's work dating
from 1908 through 1941. Hartley, one of the most
famous early American modernists, belonged to a
group surrounding photographer and art dealer Alfred
Stieglitz and his New York galleries. For the first 40 years
of his life, Hartley pursued the ideals and philosophical
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Believed art's true function
was to provide an arena for
spiritual exploration and
fulfillment rather than an
illusionistic rendering of the
physical world. To this end,
he developed a unique style
and range of techniques that
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Marsden Hartley: American Modern is organized by the
Frederick R. Weisman Art Museum at the University of
Minnesota, Minneapolis and is supported by funds from
the National Endowment for the Arts. Made possible
locally by the AEC Trust. -il g



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December 22, 2006 ongoing

The new installation in the Cofrin Pavilion highlights
international contemporary art in all media from the
museum's contemporary collection, including the recent
acquisition of sculpture and prints by South African
artist William Kentridge. Also featured is European
photography, the work of French-American artist Louise
Bourgeois, an installation by Argentine artist Sergio Vega
and a strong representation
of work from the United
States. Several international
artists working in video
will also be showcased. This
exhibition made possible by
Christie's with additional
support from the Sidney
Knight Endowment.

artworks, left column, top to bottom:
Marsden Hartley, Abstraction with Flowers, 1913, oil on canvas, University of
Minnesota, Weisman Art Museum, Bequest of Hudson Walker from the lone and
Hudson Walker Collection
Candida Hofer, Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana Venezia ll/, 2003, C-print
Museum purchase, funds provided by the Caroline Julier and James G. Richardson Art
Acquisition Fund with additional funds provided by the David A. Cofrin Exhibition and
Acquisition Endowment






















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May 29, 2007 September 2, 2007

The exhibition consists of 59 artworks created primarily
between the 1980s and early 2000s by 40 Cuban-born
artists. Among the artists represented in the exhibition
are many internationally renowned figures such as Jos6
Bedia, Antonio Fernandez (Tonel), Los Carpinteros,
Tania Bruguera, Carlos Garaicoa, Alexis Leyva (KCHO),
Luis Cruz Azaceta, Magdalena Campos Pons and Elsa
Mora. Approximately half of the artists currently reside
in Cuba, while the other half reside outside Cuba in
countries like Spain, Mexico and the United States.
The artworks in the exhibition encompass a broad
range of media, including paintings, drawings, prints,
photographs, sculptures and mixed-media installations.
Collectively, the works represent the combination
of utopian impulses and dystopian realities and the
ruptures and new beginnings that characterize Cuban
art. The exhibition is accompanied by a bi-lingual
(English and Spanish) color catalogue that includes
essays by Harn Curator of Contemporary Art, Kerry
Oliver-Smith; Abelardo Mena, curator of contemporary
art at the National Museum in Havana; and Magda
Gonzalez Mora, independent Cuban curator.

Ham Museum exhibitions and programs are made possible by privately funded
endowments, the Harn Alliance, Business and Professional Friends and sponsored
in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs, the
Florida Arts Council, and the National Endowment for the Arts.

artworks, clockwise from top left:
African, Somalia, KoranicAmulet (xirsi), 18th century, silver, agate, amber, ivory
Gift of Katheryne Loughran and John Loughran, President, Foundation for Cross
Cultural Understanding
Armando Marino, Lopatera, 2002, pastel on paper, 2002 Armando Marino
courtesy The Farber Collection
Chinese, Bue and White Covered Jar, Qing Dynasty (1644 1911)
18th century, Overlay glass, Museum purchase, gift of a private donor







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