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Georgetown University Art Galleries

Georgetown University Art Galleries

Georgetown University Art Galleries

Georgetown University Art Galleries

The Georgetown University Art Galleries encompass two distinct exhibition venues: the Maria & Alberto de la Cruz Art Gallery and the Lucille M. & Richard F.X. Spagnuolo Art Gallery. During the academic year, the Galleries present exhibitions featuring works by highly acclaimed professional artists, studio art faculty, and graduating art majors and host a variety of innovative, interdisciplinary public programs. The Galleries seek to engage members of the University community, Georgetown and surrounding neighborhoods, and the Washington, D.C region. All exhibitions and programs are free.


DE LA CRUZ ART GALLERY
3535 Prospect Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007

SPAGNUOLO ART GALLERY
1221 36th Street, NW
101 & 102
Washington, DC 20007

3D exhibitions

  • Georgetown University Art Galleries

    2020 SENIOR ART MAJORS

    22 Apr 2020 – 22 Apr 2021

    The Georgetown Department of Art and Art History is honored and delighted to present the 2020 Senior Art Majors Exhibition. The show of work by our graduating students is a venerable tradition of the Department, which celebrated its fiftieth anniversary in 2017. While every annual exhibition is unique, this one is unlike all its predecessors at Georgetown in the most fundamental of ways: it is presented exclusively online rather than in our galleries. For reasons everyone understands and will never forget, it is impossible in Spring 2020 to install work and experience it together in shared space. But this lost immediacy will be less memorable than the extraordinary work at the heart of the exhibition. Across a range of media and with fresh insight, the students probe elemental themes that resonate now more than ever around the globe: memory, identity, perception, race, beauty, journeys, waste, redemption, and more. Some of the work feels unsettling, while other pieces are more sly, haunting, or hopeful. Together they reflect the magnetic humanity of art in a time that has pulled us away from each other.   In the absorbing work they have shared this Spring, these young artists signal futures we are very eager to see. – AL ACRES Department Chair Wright Family Term Associate Professor in Art History Department of Art and Art History

    latest works

    • Morgan Smith

      Questions, 2020
      Video. 2:55 mins.
    • Andres Siles-Loayza

      Purple Stairway, 2019
      19.5 x 25.5 inch (h x w)
      soft pastel
    • Andres Siles-Loayza

      Archway, 2020
      19.5 x 25.5 inch (h x w)
      soft pastel
    • Andres Siles-Loayza

      Yellow Passageway, 2020
      19 x 25 inch (h x w)
      soft pastel
    • Andres Siles-Loayza

      Green Hallway, 2019
      19.5 x 25.5 inch (h x w)
      soft pastel
    • Anna Kooken

      Sdrawkcab Uoy Era Yhw, 2019
      12 x 12 inch (h x w)
      Linoleum print on paper
    • Anna Kooken

      My Candle Burns at Both Ends, 2020
      20 x 20 inch (h x w)
      Linoleum print on paper
    • Anna Kooken

      Swoop, 2020
      20 x 20 inch (h x w)
      Linoleum print on paper
    • Anita Kelava

      Sol, 2020
      24 x 34 inch (h x w)
      Digital Photo
    • Anita Kelava

      Aura, 2020
      24 x 34 inch (h x w)
      Digital Photo
    • Anita Kelava

      Touch, 2020
      34 x 24 inch (h x w)
      Digital Photo
    • Kent Hall

      Barely Hanging On, 2020
      72 x 48 inch (h x w)
      wood, Canvas Print, and recycled materials
    • Kent Hall

      Stigma, 2019
      48 x 72 inch (h x w)
      wood, Canvas Print, and recycled materials
    • Anne-Isabelle de Bokay

      SunMonday, 2020
      11 x 14 inch (h x w)
      Analog Film Photography
    • Anne-Isabelle de Bokay

      Celcius, 2020
      14 x 11 inch (h x w)
      Analog Film Photography
    • Anne-Isabelle de Bokay

      Beast of Burden , 2020
      14 x 11 inch (h x w)
      Analog Film Photography
    • Kathleen C. Conaton

      Patrick, 2017
      24 x 30 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Kathleen C. Conaton

      Elsinboro, 2019
      30 x 40 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Kathleen C. Conaton

      Michael, 2019
      30 x 30 inch (h x w)
      Oil and gold leaf on canvas
    • Libbie Blume

      Trite, 2020
      30 x 40 inch (h x w)
      acrylic on canvas
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