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Berrie Center Calendar

Nov30

A Season of Miracles
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Dec02

Married to Broadway
8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Virtual Tour

Sheela Does Ramapo

Sheela Does Ramapo, installation view in Kresge Gallery, artworks by Nancy Spero

Sheela Does Ramapo

February 21-March 23, 2001
Kresge and Pascal Galleries

Renowned feminist artist Nancy Spero filled both galleries with her female figures in an exhibition titled Sheela Does Ramapo. The title refers to her “historical” use of the Sheela-Na-Gig fertility figure in colorful and energetic works. Spero’s highly respected oeuvre includes works which celebrate the place of women in society and powerfully comment on oppressive political situations. The exhibition included a major Spero work from the Ramapo College Collection.

Press release (link)

Catalogue available for purchase (PDF)

Ramapo

Jesse Rosser, Antelope

Jesse Rosser, Antelope, installation with video projection, courtesy of the artist

Automedia

April 4-May 4, 2001
Kresge and Pascal Galleries

Automedia is a term coined by Paris-based artist Chris Clark to describe video art shot in or from a car. This frenetic exhibition curated by School of Contemporary Arts Professor Shalom Gorewitz featured photography and video and focuses on artists interpreting the landscape while moving through it on wheels. Included are George Bobby Jones, Portia Cobb, David Freund, Christen Clark, Sophie Calle, Peter D’Agostino, Kristen Lucas, Franz Vila, Jesse Rosser, Douglas Kelley, Hiro Yamagata, Geoffrey Biddle, and Louis Faurer. This exhibition extended beyond the Berrie Center Galleries onto other areas of the campus.

Press release (link)

Catalogue available for purchase (PDF)

Ramapo

Salute at Ramapo: Selections 2001

February 21 to March 23, 2001
George T. Potter Library

Press release (link)

Ramapo

Senior Art Exhibition

May 9-May 21, 2001
Kresge and Pascal Galleries

An exhibition of work by graduating Visual Arts students.

Press release (link)

Ramapo

flesh & fluid

flesh & fluid, installation view, artworks by Aziz + Cucher, courtesy of the artists and Henry Urbach Architecture, New York

flesh & fluid

September 12-October 19, 2001
Kresge Gallery

Each year the Ramapo Curatorial Prize is awarded to a second year graduate student at the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. The 2001 winner is Allison Peters. Her exhibition flesh and fluid interprets organic forms of the human body through works by Aziz+Cucher, Matthew Barney, Charo Garaigorta and Cathy de Monchaux.

Note: Due to the campus shutdown during the week of September 11, the film screening and discussion did not take place as scheduled.

Press release (link)

Informational brochure available for purchase (PDF)

Ramapo

Mexican Amates from the Cowen Collection

Mexican Amates from the Cowen Collection, installation view, artworks by Marcial Camilo Ayala, collection of Tyler Cowen, Fairfax, VA

Mexican Amates from the Cowen Collection

September 12-October 19, 2001
Pascal Gallery

This exhibition was comprised of paintings on bark by Marcial Camilo Ayala which depict village life. Marcial Camilo Ayala is featured in both the Selden Rodman and Thompson Collections at Ramapo College.

Press release (link)

Ramapo

Not Just An Adjunct

Not Just An Adjunct, installation view, artwork by Katherine McVety

Not Just An Adjunct

November 14-December 20, 2001
Kresge and Pascal Galleries

Works in various media by new faculty including: Seth Ely, Scott Furman, Joan Harmon, Katherine McVety, Margaret Murphy, Lauren Piperno, Siena Porta, Greta Pratt, Ketti Schoenfeld, Arlene Toonkel and Melissa Zexter.

Press release (link)

Ramapo

Opening of the Rodman Gallery

Press Release

Ramapo

Additional Images

Sheela Does Ramapo

February 21-March 23, 2001 – Kresge and Pascal Galleries

Not Just An Adjunct

November 14-December 20, 2001 – Kresge and Pascal Galleries