In the Gallery
by Helen Dwork | April 2, 2014
From January through May each year, students are invited to participate in the Art Students League’s class concours exhibition in the Phyllis Harriman Mason Gallery. Under the guidance of their instructors, students select works to display, which will be judged by other League instructors. The judges award Red Dots for those works deemed best in show. At the end of the season, several Red Dot pieces are purchased for the school’s permanent collection.
Last week the classes of Naomi Campbell, Pat Lipsky, Deborah Winiarski, and Barney Hodes exhibited. Red dots were awarded to Marsha Dorin, Nora Katz, Yuko Takei, Ben Walker, Evan Schwartz, Montserrat Daubon, Ken Shih, Ramon Sierra, and Elizabeth Velazquez. This week’s exhibition includes work from the classes of Paul Ching-Bor, Wendy Shalen, James McElhinney, and Leonid Lerman.
Gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Ramon Sierra, a student of Barney Hodes. Photo: Leo Juvier
Montserrat Daubon, a student of Barney Hodes. Photo: Leo Juvier
Evan Schwartz, a student of Pat Lipsky. Photo: Leo Juvier
Elizabeth Velazquez, a student of Deborah Winiarski. Photo: Leo Juvier
Marsha Dorin, a student of Naomi Campbell. Photo: Leo Juvier
Yuko Takei, a student of Naomi Campbell. Photo: Leo Juvier
Ben Walker, a student of Naomi Campbell. Photo: Leo Juvier
Nora Katz, a student of Naomi Campbell. Photo: Leo Juvier
Ken Shih, BFH, 2013. Aquaresin, fiberglass, and steel, 46 x 64 x 36 in. Recipient of the Ann & Bruno Lucchesi Grant.