Between the Black Box and the White Cube: Expanded Cinema and Postwar Art

Andrew V. Uroskie, Associate Professor and Director of the MA/PhD in Art History, Criticism and Theory, at the book release party for “Between the Black Box and the White Cube: Expanded Cinema and Postwar Art” (University of Chicago Press, 2014) at the College Art Association Annual Conference in Chicago. Art Libraries Review

Update 05/08/2015:
Review of “Between the Black Box and the White Cube” for the College Art Association’s “Critical Reviews”:


Re-Tracing The Land: Americana I by Stephanie Dinkins

Exhibition: Re-Tracing the Land
Duration: July 11 – August 15, 2014
Hours: Monday – Friday 12noon – 5:00PM and by Appointment Only
Opening Reception: Friday, July 11, 6:00 – 9:00PM

Curator: Allison Young, winner of the 2014 NARS Emerging Curator Program Open Call
Participating Artists:
Stephanie Dinkins, Aikaterini Gegisian, Soraya Marcano, Viviane Rombaldi Seppey, and Jared Thorne

Place: NARS Foundation
Location: 201 46th Street, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, NY 11220
Phone: 718.768.2765

For further information, please contact us at / / 718-768-2765.

(Image: What I Don’t See, 2010, by Viviane Rombaldi Seppey: Courtesy of the Artist)

Off The Block – Andreas Rentsch, MFA 2013

Off The Block: An exhibition of work by NYFA Fellows at Southampton Arts Center

June 26 – July 20, 2014

Thursday 12:00pm – 6:00pm
Friday 12:00pm – 8:00pm
Saturday 12:00pm – 8:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm – 5:00pm

Place: Southampton Arts Center
Location: 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton, NY 11968

Artists: Claire Watson, Hiroyuki Hamada, and Andreas Rentsch (SBU Art 2013 M.F.A.)


Jason Paradis: Residency at Watch Hill, Fire Island National Sea Shore

Residency at Watch Hill, Fire Island National Sea Shore

May 24 – June 10, 2014

“I will continue to explore Watch Hill at the Fire Island National Sea Shore during this residency.  My work will investigate the shipwreck of the Bessie A. White.  I will continue a series of mixed media work that extends from my short stay at Watch Hill last summer.  During that time, I started some drawings that used the shipwreck as a reference.  The Bessie A. White sunk in 1919-1920 and was subsequently buried by the dunes.  When Hurricane Sandy hit Fire Island in October of 2012, it exposed the ruins of the ship.  Newspaper photographs from November of 2012 show that the shipwreck was completely exposed, however by the time I visited in June of 2013, a significant portion of the ship was buried again.  The ability of the dunes to quickly migrate and cover what is around them will be the inspiration for this new body of work.”

Jason Paradis

Guest Critic: Boshko Boskovic

Image © Ara Qui
Image © Ara Qui

MFA Final Critiques | Saturday, May 17th, 2014 | 10am – 4pm

The Department of Art at Stony Brook University Studio Art MFA invites guest critic Boshko Boskovic.

Boshko Boskovic is the Program Director of Residency Unlimited, a New York based residency program for international artists and curators. He curated numerous exhibitions such as Videozones 2012 at Interstate Projects, New York, Paint Me Sculpturly 2013, Artopia Gallery, Milan, Italy, Sara Bichao & Manon Harrois – Soundless Harmonies 2014, Artopia Gallery, Milan, Ellie Krakow – Bring the Lights Into the Shot 2013, Cuchifritos Gallery & Project Space, New York. Boskovic previously worked at the Felix Gonzalez-Torres Foundation managing the European retrospective Specific Objects Without Specific Form 2009-2010, an exhibition that traveled to the Wiels Contemporary Art Center in Brussels, The Beyeler Foundation in Basel and the Museum of Modern Art in Frankfurt. During his tenure as Associate Director at the Sean Kelly Gallery in New York he worked closely with artists such as Los Carpinteros, Ilya & Emilia Kabakov and Johan Grimonprez.

MFA Final Critiques
At the end of each academic year the MFA candidates and Art Faculty meet for critiques at the artists’ studio spaces located in Nassau Hall, south campus, Stony Brook University. Accompanied by Adjunct Faculty, select Art History Faculty and peers, and invited Guest Critics, these sessions are an intensive day of presentations and critical discussions.

Andrew Wasserman

Andrew Wasserman, PhD (2012), has accepted a position as an Assistant Professor of Art and Architecture History at Louisiana Tech University.

Howardena Pindell: Paintings, 1974–1980

Exhibition: Howardena Pindell: Paintings, 1974–1980
Duration: April 10 – May 17, 2014
Opening Reception: TBA
Gallery Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10 am – 6 pm
(Closed Sunday, Monday, and Holidays)

Garth Greenan Gallery
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10th Floor
New York, NY 10011

Information: 212-929-1351


Reviews / Magazines

The New Yorker. 291 April. 2014:



Open Studio Hours:
Wednesday May 7th: 12noon – 6:00PM, Thursday May 8th: 2:00 – 6:00PM
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 8th, 6:00 – 9:00PM

FREE admission


To find the campus via GPS, enter the address “100 Nicolls Road, Stony Brook, NY 11790”. From Nicolls Road take the South Entrance and follow the signs for the MFA studios.


DOUG ISCHAR at SBU Manhattan

20140502_Doug_IscharFriday, May 2, 2014
3:00pm  |  room 321A

Doug Ischar is a contemporary artist known for his work in documentary photography, installation art, sound art and video art. Following large multi-media installations such as Orderly (1994) and Wake (1996) Ischar turned to more minimal forms. His 1997 work for InSite (San Diego/Tijuana) used a high school basketball court as locale for a multimedia meditation of adolescent homosexual desire. His 2001 work ground uses twenty-four channels of audio to replicate the sound of a gallery floor being swept. His 2005 public installation Water Music explores the relationship between personal and artistic histories of the Pacific Rim cultures in which Ischar lived as a child. Since 2008, he has been producing highly complex single-channel videos around issues of cross-generational male intimacy and psychological/social loss.

Doug Ischar will be speaking and screening three recent video works, come lontano (2010), Alone With You (2011), Tristes Tarzan (2013) currently showing at the Whitney Biennial 2014.

Stony Brook Manhattan is located at 387 Park Ave South, New York, NY 10016. Use entrance around the corner at 101-113 East 27th Street.

It Ain’t What You Make But What Makes You Do It

The center piece of this exhibit will be Dennis Oppenheim’s, “Theme for a Major Hit,” from 1974.

This is a nod and a tribute to Dennis from artists who knew him, worked with him or were touched in some way by his work.

Artists :
Gregory Barsamian
Charlotte Becket
Guy Ben-Ner
Mark Esper
Jon Kessler
Jeffrey Allen Price (SBU Art 2003 M.F.A.)
Jude Tallichet
Mary Ziegler

Exhibition: “It Ain’t What You Make But What Makes You Do It”
Duration: April 25 – May 25, 2014
Opening Reception: Friday 6 pm – 9 pm, April 25th, 2014
Gallery Hours: Friday – Sunday 1 pm – 6 pm and by appointment


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