Written by DAC Jim Dine Intern Rebecca Wilton ’15 Giovanni Battista Piranesi is known for his prolific work documenting the landscape of Rome – both his contemporary city of the 1700s and its storied ruins from antiquity. The Davison Art Center already has many examples of the detailed etchings and engravings that reveal his talent […]
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Written by FDAC Board Member Sharifa T. Lookman ’17 I have been living in Florence, Italy for just over two weeks now where I am studying abroad through the Syracuse University Florence Center. Despite this short time, I have already managed to get lost on nearly every occasion, learned how to down an Italian espresso […]
The Friends of the Davison Art Center coordinate the second student-curated exhibition of work created by current students. Addison McDowell ’16 will serve as curator, guided by Sasha Rudensky, Assistant Professor of Art and Friends of the Davison Art Center board member. Inspired by the works of Jim Dine in our collection, students will investigate […]