ACADEMIC FOCUS GALLERY
Faculty can work with the Nasher Museum’s academic program staff to design installations in the museum’s Academic Focus Gallery relevant to their upcoming courses. The gallery is located on the main floor near the University Classroom. Past departments utilizing the Academic Focus Gallery include: Classical Studies; Cultural Anthropology; Romance Studies; Eurasian Studies and Art, Art History & Visual Studies. The Academic Focus Gallery is a gift of Susan and Trent Carmichael and the Morrow Family.
For more information about using the Academic Focus Gallery, contact Erin Hanas, Academic Program Coordinator, at 919-684-8067 or email@example.com.
The Academic Focus Gallery is a gift of Susan and Trent Carmichael and the Morrow Family.
Dissolving the Iron Curtain: Russian Artists in Dialogue with Modernism
January 10 – March 29, 2015
This installation was organized by Professor Pamela Kachurin’s fall 2014 class, “Soviet Art after Stalin.” Highlighting works by Russian artists both in the Soviet Union and abroad, Soviet and post-Soviet, this exhibition seeks to convey the impact Russian Modernism had on the revival of art after the death of Josef Stalin in 1953, and the impact it continues to have to this day.
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For more information about using the Academic Focus Gallery, contact Molly Boarati, Academic Program Coordinator, at 919-684-9243 or firstname.lastname@example.org.