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SwinsickSalon.jpg Fragmentary Evidence: From the Collection of Dr. and Mrs. Barry Ramer

Curated by: Arielle Hardy, M.A., Art HIstory


APRIL 15- MAY 10, 2015
RECEPTION: TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 4:00-6:00
Nelson Gallery

An experimental exhibition of photography curated by M.A. Art History candidate Arielle Hardy, and drawn from the Collection of Dr. Barry Ramer. Building upon her research as a classicist, Hardy approaches twentieth-century analog photography as deep history lost to viewers living in the age of tumblr and Instagram. The exhibition is presented as a non-traditional installation that juxtaposes images of body fragments, and in some cases fragmented images, in search of an art that is accessible now only through fragmentary evidence.
artsgroundbreakpostcard1.jpg Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art Time capsule

To help us celebrate, we want to hear from you. Please submit your UC Davis memories, photos, letters, papers and art to include in the time capsule which will be assembled. This is your chance to be part of UC Davis history.

Please send your submittals and questions to shremmuseum@ucdavis.edu, or mail to "Time Capsules, c/o College Relations and Development" at the following address:
Office of the Deans
College of Letters and Science
University of California
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616-8572

SO-IL_AerialView_web.jpg A Museum for the 21st Century

UC Davis has selected the final design for the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art. Architect SO - IL, in partnership with architectural firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and contractor Whiting-Turner, designed the new museum.

Also make sure to stop by, ShremMuseum.ucdavis.edu, for updates.

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