SVA Public Art Installation "Art History 101: A Brush With Fashion”
Now on view on Madison Avenue through June 25, the SVA public art installation "Art History 101: A Brush With Fashion,” is a series of art history-themed installations created by 21 BFA Design students in O’Callaghan’s class, as well as students of Dr. Carol Bentel, chair of Interior Design at SVA. Each student’s piece is displayed within an eight-foot Lucite case and features descriptions of the period of art history for which the “dress” was inspired. Art periods/movements featured include Analytical Cubism, Ancient Greek, Arte Povera, Arts & Crafts, Baroque, Bauhaus, Brutalism, Cubism, Dada, Gothic, Impressionism, Outsider Art, Pop Art, Sumi-E and Surrealism
Venue: Madison Avenue
Madison Avenue between E. 61st & E. 77th Streets
917- 94-0 9763
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