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Art Gallery 2018-19


Eddy López: Remixes

July 6 – Sept. 8, 2018
Reception: Friday, Sept. 7, 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: 5:30 p.m.

As a printmaker, my work uses big data, averaging algorithms, and 500-year-old printmaking techniques to create compositions that try to find beauty in a chaotic world. By layering together what Lawrence Lessig calls wide-scale collages, I amalgamate historical, mythological, political, and religious imagery. These composites compress the originals into abstractions of vibrant colors, patterns, and shapes. In these juxtapositions, I explore the intricacies of my contemporary experience as an artist; where, in the age of big data, social networks, Photoshop, and the 24-hour news cycle, the burin, ink, and pixel make the most sense.

Eddy López

Born in Matagalpa, Nicaragua, in the midst of the Sandinista revolution, Eddy A. López is an artist whose composite prints layer historical, mythological, and religious themes. López’s artwork has been exhibited in various group and solo exhibitions across the United States and internationally, from the North American Print Biennial, Art Miami, Art Palm Beach, to shows in Colombia and Egypt, among other countries. His work can be found in various public and private collections, including the Frost Art Museum, Jaffe Center for Book Arts, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Universidad de Caldas, and El Minia University, Cairo. López studied at the University of Miami, earning an M.F.A. in Printmaking, and he is currently an assistant professor of art at Bucknell University where he teaches printmaking and graphic design.

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Amer Kobaslija: Spirit of Place

Sept. 14 – Oct. 26, 2018
Reception: Friday, Sept. 14, 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: 5:30 p.m.

For me, growing up in pre-war Bosnia and during the tumultuous years of civil war, and then entering adulthood living in exile, art offered a means of connecting to the outside world. I am driven as an artist to respond visually to what I am experiencing. A sense of wonder about the mysteries and complexity of the world in which we live fuels my art. I seek to recognize how extraordinary everything is.

Amer Kobaslija

Spirit of Place features small-scale older, tightly executed oil paintings of Kobaslija's cluttered art studios from a bird’s eye view, along with recent landscapes inspired by travels to Florida, Japan and Switzerland. Painted in oil, the seemingly idyllic scenes are charged with turbulent histories. The Japan paintings describe the devastation caused by the massive tsunami that struck the northeastern coast of the country in 2011. Meditations on history, environmental issues and the ongoing refugee crisis are underlying currents charging the work and coloring the viewer’s perception – the context defines the narrative.

Originally from Banjaluka in Bosnia, Amer Kobaslija fled his war-ravaged homeland in 1993 to a refugee camp in Nuremberg, Germany. In 1997, he was offered asylum by the United States. A 2013 Guggenheim Fellow for painting, Kobaslija has had more than twenty solo exhibitions in Paris, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New Orleans. The monograph Amer Kobaslija: Places, Spaces was published to accompany a traveling exhibition of his work. Kobaslija's paintings have been reviewed in The New York Times, Art in America, and ARTNews.

Black Smoke No.1 Before the Deluge Vacant RestroomUsed Cows for SaleArrival of Spring

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2019 Lycoming Art Faculty Show

Nov. 2, 2018 – Jan. 5, 2019
Reception: Nov. 2, 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: 5:30 p.m.

Lycoming College Art Gallery is proud to present an exhibition of recent work featuring our studio art faculty:

  • David Burke
  • Setareh Ghoreishi
  • Seth Goodman
  • Jeremiah Johnson
  • Andreas Rentsch
  • Katherine Sterngold
  • Howard Tran
  • Andrea McDonough Varner
©Setareh Ghoreishi Unsettled Proletariat, oil on paper, ©Seth Goodman Thich Quang Duc #1, collagraph & silkscreen, ©Jeremiah JohnsonThe Wanderer, video made with 2800 still images, ©Andreas RentschThe Ties That Bind, stoneware with black crystalline glaze, ©Katherine Sterngold©Howard TranInorganic, Mixed-Media, ©Andrea McDonough Varner

Paul Fabozzi: Place|Translation|Variation

Jan 25 – Feb. 23, 2019
Reception: Jan. 25, 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: 5:30 p.m.

As a visual artist, I seek to serve as a receptor, processor, visualizer, and locator of the cities and spaces we inhabit. As an observer of contemporary global society, I am acutely aware of the multimodality and multitemporality of my experience of the present. While wandering in New York, Rome, Istanbul, Rio de Janeiro, London and Berlin, I am drawn to specific buildings as points of confluence for my urban drifting. Architectural forms manifest various ideals—formal, symbolic, functional. I find myself inside places designed for worship, entertainment, material consumption, contemplation, transportation, and governance. The paintings and drawings in this exhibition are a tactile and visual record of my intuitive reckoning with these spaces—offering an opportunity to reflect on the ways in which bodily experience is overlaid at every turn with informational and mental pulsations.

Paul Fabozzi

Paul Fabozzi received his BFA from Alfred University, his MFA from the University of Pennsylvania, and studied in Siena, Italy and Cortona, Italy. His work been included in numerous solo and group shows internationally, including exhibitions in New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Rome, London and Busan. His work is included in the collections of The New York Public Library, The San Diego Museum of Art, the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, Bank of America, University of PA, and others. He is currently Professor of Fine Arts at St. John's University in New York City.

Corviale #1 X3 Corviale #2 Rio, Petrobras #1

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Vincent Cianni: A Survey

March 1 – April 6, 2019
Reception: March 1, 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: 5:30 p.m.

The exhibition features Cianni's documentary photographs on issues related to social justice, and civil and human rights. Projects from the 1970s through 2006 are exhibited: East Berlin: And the Wall Came Down, a visual record of events that unfolded after the fall of the Berlin Wall; A Journey Through the Early Years of AIDS, which records the culture, environment, and relationships in the gay community during the early years of the pandemic; We Skate Hardcore: photographs from Brooklyn’s Southside, a nine-year documentary project that examines the lives of in-line skaters in the predominately Hispanic community of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where the photographer lived for fifteen years, and Gays in the Military, a visual and audio investigation into the effects of the U.S. military's gay ban on the lives and careers of LGBT service. In addition, a series of black-and-white photographs and manipulated Polaroid SX-70s from the 1970s and 80s are exhibited to understand the visual basis and sources of subject matter in the photographer's early work and its impact on later work.

Vincent Cianni is an educator, community organizer, and documentary photographer. He graduated with a B.S. in Community Development at Penn State University, attended Maryland Institute College of Art and received an M.F.A. in Photography at SUNY New Paltz. Cianni teaches photography and theory at Parsons New School for Design and the International Center of Photography and is the founder/director of the Newburgh Community Photo Project, a grass roots community-based organization that teaches photography to local citizens to explore topics relevant to their lives. His work has been widely published, exhibited, and collected nationally and internationally. Duke University’s Archive of Documentary Arts at the David M. Rubenstein Manuscripts and Special Collections Library established a study archive dedicated to his work. Cianni currently resides in Newburgh, NY where he is photographing a long-term project, Liberty Street, reflecting the shifts in America's destiny.

Leslie Moore, Gays in the Military Under the BQE, We Skate Hardcore Anthony Hitting on Giselle, We Skate HardcoreUly & Dee, We Skate HardcoreACT-UP-Demo, HIV-AIDSVictor Fehrenbach, Gays in the Military

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2019 Senior Show

April 12 – May 11, 2019
Juror: Vincent Cianni
Reception: April 12, 5-9 p.m.
Gallery Talk: 6:00 p.m.


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