Presented by SVA Galleries

Color Management

April 22 - May 16

Abstract painting with two skewed box-like shapes in pink and orange, respectively, separated by a light blue diagonal line one-third of the way down on the canvas.
Credit: Linda Streicher

School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents “Color Management,” a juried exhibition of multidisciplinary works by SVA students. Organized by SVA Galleries, the exhibition will be on view online from Wednesday, April 22, through Saturday, May 16, at galleries.sva.edu.

 

“Color Management” demonstrates the adaptability of color when used as subject or form. From describing the concrete quality of light on a surface to embodying abstract ideas of identity, each artist in “Color Management” uses paint, pigment or dye to depict worlds both visible and hidden.

 

Artists featured in this exhibition are Carlos Becerra (BFA Photography and Video), Emily Klass (MFA Art Practice), Candice Kwan (MFA Photography, Video and Related Media), Seungheon Lee (BFA Fine Arts), Yanjun Li (BFA Illustration), John Rego (MFA Illustration as Visual Essay), Amanda Smith (MFA Fine Arts) and Linda Streicher (MFA Fine Arts).


Juried exhibitions are a way for SVA students to recognize the achievements of their most distinguished classmates. Artists are selected from a large pool of applicants to the annual SVA Galleries call for entries, whose submissions undergo a rigorous examination of presented materials, including documentation of work and artist statements.


Below is a selection of work from “Color Management.” Visit galleries.sva.edu to view the entire exhibition.