DC -- American University -- Katzen Arts Center -- 2018D Early Fall Exhibit: D'Arista Legacy:
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Description of Pictures: D'Arista Legacy
Carlton Fletcher, Lowell Gilbertson, Edith Kuhnle, Dale Loy, Katy Murray, Marci Nadler, Lee Newman, Iris Osterman, Maggie Siner, Jo Weiss, Diane Wilson, and Susan Yanero
September 4-October 21, 2018
Presented by the Alper Initiative for Washington Art
Robert D’Arista taught in the American University Department of Art for some twenty years. This exhibition explores his impact on twelve of his students.
"Differing perhaps in all other respects, the various contemporary movements seem to agree only on an allegiance to the expressive, the personal, and the unique effort—and proceed then to proliferate arbiters, exegetes, claques, cliques, and cabals that must be a source of wonder to the participants most of all. Seeming to obey every known law…they proceed from virtuous evangelism to Bonapartist activism, aggrandizement, and so on. We speak of the end result as an academy, invidiously — hopefully, a school."
– Robert D’Arista
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Specific picture descriptions: Photos above with "i" icons next to the bracketed sequence numbers (e.g. " ") are described as follows:
KATLEG_180907_13.JPG: Lowell Gilbertson
Vickie the Biologist, 2017
KATLEG_180907_21.JPG: Jo Weiss
Marsh Field, 2010
KATLEG_180907_39.JPG: Maggie Siner
Radicchio on Board, 2015
KATLEG_180907_51.JPG: Marci Nadler
Foxglove Activity, 2016-17
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