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January 18 to March 15, 2015
This exhibition organized by the Snite Museum of Art features twenty-three paintings and drawings by Tomás Lasansky (b.1957) and nineteen prints by his deceased father, the renowned and influential American printmaker and professor, Mauricio Lasansky (1914 – 2012).
Hour by Hour: Reconstructing a Medieval Breton Prayer Book
On view January 18 through March 15, 2015
This exhibition that tells the story of this book’s importance to the people who owned it, its significance as medieval craft, and the current effort to put it all back together.
Natalia Goncharova’s Mystical Images of War, 1914
February 1 through March 22, 2015
In conjunction with a year-long commemoration of the centennial of World War I that began in September, the Hesburgh Libraries and the Snite Museum of Art team up to present Russian avant-garde artist Natalia Goncharova’s dramatic portfolio Mystical Images of War, published in 1914.
ND Alumni: Sculptors and Professors
through November 30, 2014
Each of the twenty-one Notre Dame alumni selected for this invitational exhibition has graduated since 1988, has held a position at an institution of higher education, and is a practicing artist. Their sculptural methods, materials and concepts very greatly, but this variety showcases contemporary sculptural practices and just some of the exciting strategies that sculptors are utilizing to address themes and issues through three-dimensional forms.
August 24 through November 16, 2014
The Snite Museum of Art continues its celebration of printmaking with a focus exhibition of ten lithographs, many of them new acquisitions or never before displayed, with the presentation of Rock-Paper . . . . Lithographs from the Permanent Collection.
Selections from the Jack B. Smith Jr. Automobile Collection
Four Classic Automobiles: August 17 to November 30, 2014
Experience the exuberance of the Roaring Twenties as well as Depression era extravagance by viewing four classic automobiles on view throughout the 2014 Notre Dame football season. Manufactured within the American heartland—Detroit, South Bend, and Auburn, Indiana––these classic automobiles epitomize American car design as well as technological prowess of the era.