NYU's Gallatin Galleries will display “What Remains?”—an exhibition that blends the experiential with the “preservable” within the realm of education—through May 12.
New York University’s Gallatin Galleries will display “What Remains?”—an exhibition that blends the experiential with the “preservable” within the realm of education—through May 12 at its 1 Washington Place (at Broadway) location.
The Gallatin Galleries will host a reception celebrating the exhibition’s opening on Mon., May 4, 6-8 p.m. Admission is on a first-come, first-served basis.
“What Remains?”—curated by Moira Barrett, Hun Jae Jung, Carrie Lowe, Giovanna Olmos, and Yana Yasevich—includes artists at NYU’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study as well as others from outside the university who address the materiality of the individual learning experience within collective and institutional structures.
“What Remains?” includes work by Shireen Ahmed, Mary Boo Anderson, Andrea Arrubla, Moira Barrett, BOLO, Lorenzo Bueno, Elizabeth Conner, Hun Jae Jung, Nozomi Kato, Parrissah Lin, Carrie Lowe, Tessa Lowe, Kelsey McLeod, Conor Messinger, Waseem Nafisi, Giovanna Olmos, Alexandria Ryahl, and Adam Tyson.
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, please call 212.992.7762.