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Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Fall for Art this Season at the UMFA - Salt Lake City - Fall Exhibition Schedule



Fall for Art this Season at the UMFA
The Utah Museum of Fine Arts Announces Fall Exhibition Schedule



Salt Lake City, UT - Fall for art this season at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA). Museum lovers with varied artistic tastes will have the opportunity to discover and enjoy five diverse exhibitions at the UMFA on the University of Utah campus during the fall and early winter months. A highlight of the season is a retrospective exhibition of work by pioneering artist Nancy Holt, best known for her Sun Tunnels sculpture located in Utah´s desert region.

The UMFA's current exhibition, Speed: The Art of the Performance Automobile, will remain on view through September 16, 2012.

Fall Exhibition Schedule
5 Blocks
September 21, 2012-April 21, 2013
The first new exhibition to open at the UMFA this fall will be 5 Blocks. Presented in the Emma Eccles Jones Education Gallery, 5 Blocks will feature youth artwork created in collaboration with UMFA educators. Students at Hawthorne Elementary and Granger High School investigated a five-block area near their schools, examining how we shape the spaces we live in and how, in turn, those spaces shape us. The students then used their experience to create art in a variety of media that will be shown in the exhibition.

Dale Nichols: Transcending Regionalism
September 28, 2012 - March 18, 2013
Recognized as one of the four major Regionalist artists, Dale Nichols created artwork in the Midwest during the Great Depression, when he turned toward the local landscape in hopes of creating a uniquely American art. Dale Nichols: Transcending Regionalism will showcase more than twenty paintings that span much of the artist´s long career.

Horizon
October 5-December 30, 2012
The UMFA and J. Willard Marriott Library Book Arts Program present the grand opening of Horizon, a traveling exhibition organized by the Guild of Book Workers. This national, non-profit organization is dedicated to sustaining and promoting all aspects of book artistry. Visitors to the exhibition will have the chance to explore themes of the horizon through dozens of spectacular book arts pieces.

Nancy Holt: Sightlines
October 19, 2012-January 20, 2013
Public artist talk by Nancy Holt on Thursday, October 18 at 6 pm
Community opening celebration on Thursday, October 18 at 7 pm
Nancy Holt´s pioneering artworks, such as her well-known, large-scale Sun Tunnels (1973-76) sculpture located in Utah´s desert, deal with memory, perception, time and space. A key member of the Land Art movement, Holt uses the natural environment as both medium and subject, focusing on humanity´s interrelation with the earth by challenging our understanding of landscape.

Nancy Holt: Sightlines is a traveling exhibition organized by the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University. It offers an in-depth look at Holt´s early projects and far-reaching body of work, which includes sculpture, films, photography, artist books, and concrete poetry. Major support for the exhibition and its programs is provided by the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in Fine Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

salt 6: Emre Hüner
October 26, 2012-January 13, 2013
Artist talk by Emre Hüner on Thursday, October 25 at 7 pm
salt 6: Emre Hüner is the sixth project in the Museum´s series of exhibitions showcasing innovative art from around the world. The salt series aims to reflect the international impact of contemporary art today, forging local connections to the global, and bringing new and diverse artwork to the city that shares the program´s name. salt 6 will debut the newest film by the Turkish, Berlin-based artist, whose work explores questions surrounding progress, modernity, science fiction, and utopian impulses.

Exhibition dates are subject to change. For the most current listing, please visit umfa.utah.edu.

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The Utah Museum of Fine Arts is located on the University of Utah campus in the Marcia and John Price Museum Building at 410 Campus Center Drive. The UMFA´s mission is to engage visitors in discovering meaningful connections with the artistic expressions of the world´s cultures. The UMFA is open Tuesday through Sunday, closed holidays. General admission is $7 for adults, $5 for youth and seniors, free for children under 6 and U of U students/staff/faculty. For more information call (801) 581-7332 or visit www.umfa.utah.edu.

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