UC SAN DIEGO | UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY

Extensions of Photography October 7 – December 9 2016

Curated by Tatiana Sizonenko, Ph.D. ‘13

The University Art Gallery at the University of California, San Diego presents Extensions of Photography. This exhibition highlights artistic practices by former and current UC San Diego-affiliated artists and alumni who redefined the photographic medium and contributed significantly to the cultural life of San Diego and the United States

And how are we feeling today? January 9th – February 14th 2014

With the aim of inquiring into the economies of affect, structures of feeling, emotions as commodities, and the politics of care, And how are we feeling today?, was a group exhibition that featured video, performance, installation, sculptural, and sound works by artists Nina Canell, the Feminist Economics Department (the FED), Melanie Gilligan, Vishal Jugdeo, Reena Katz, Mierle Laderman Ukeles, Anna Sew Hoy, and Wages for Facebook.

MFA 2013 May 28th – June 30th 2013

Curated by PhD students Melinda Guillen and Samara Kaplan, the 2013 MFA exhibition featured the work of fifteen graduating students: Jamilah Abdul-Sabur, Ela Boyd, Misael Diaz, Adrienne Garbini, Jesse Harding, Edward Kihn, Sam Kronick, Benjamin Lotan, Frankie Martin, Rebecca Monarrez, Nina Preisendorfer, Daniel Rehn, Emily Sevier, Allison Spence, and Josh Tonies.

We’d love your company February 21st – May 10th 2013

The first exhibition curated by UAG fellow, Michelle Hyun, in collaboration with New York artist Ethan Breckenridge, We’d love your company aimed to repurpose the gallery through an open programming invitation to the general public. Functioning as an essentially blank slate, the gallery was outfitted with basic architectural elements such as two raised platforms and movable scrims that visitors were invited to manipulate to reconfigure the environment...