The Nasher Museum has launched a virtual exhibition, Helen Frankenthaler: Un Poco Más (A Little More). Visitors can peruse the Incubator Gallery—and also take in a 360-degree view of the Great Hall.
The foyer to the exhibition features three large-scale photo murals of the artist at work. Inside the gallery, each work of art in the virtual exhibition features a full wall label and zoomable image, allowing for closer looking. Visitors can move through the gallery by clicking on the green Nasher icons located on the floors.
This virtual exhibition was created in partnership with Duke’s Digital Art History & Visual Culture Research Lab and made possible by Mark Olson, Associate Professor of the Practice of Visual & Media Studies.
This exhibition is co-organized by four undergraduate students in the Curatorial Practicum: Exhibition Development and Design course in the Museum Theory & Practice Concentration, taught by Ellen C. Raimond, Assistant Curator of Academic Initiatives at the Nasher Museum. The student co-curators are Claire Hutchinson ’22, Alana Hyman ’22, Tristan Kelleher ’22, and Andrew Witte ’22.
Virtual Nasher Team
J Caldwell, staff photographer, videographer, social media manager, Nasher Museum
Christopher Hall II, Duke Class of 2023, computer science intern, Nasher Museum
Wendy Hower, director of engagement & marketing, Nasher Museum
Brad Johnson, exhibition designer, Nasher Museum
Emma Keaton, Duke Class of 2022, academic initiatives intern
Julia McHugh, Trent A. Carmichael Curator of Academic Initiatives, Nasher Museum
Lee Nisbet, associate registrar and visual resources manager, Nasher Museum
Mark Olson, Associate Professor of the Practice of Visual & Media Studies, Duke’s Digital Art History & Visual Culture Research Lab.
Ellen C. Raimond, Associate Curator of Academic Initiatives, Nasher Museum
Jodi Yeh, Duke Class of 2022, computer science intern, Nasher Museum
Aaron Zalonis, assistant registrar and database manager, Nasher Museum
This project is supported by the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation.