Man Made Monsters
April 06 - 21, 2012
School of Visual Arts (SVA) presents "Man-Made Monsters," a theme-based exhibition of selected works by third-year students in the BFA Illustration and Cartooning Department. Curated by Department Chair Thomas Woodruff, the exhibition will be on view April 6 - 21 at the Visual Arts Gallery, 601 West 26 Street, 15th floor, New York City.
The participating artists are Andrea Alban, Nicole Alvarez, Marc Aquino-Michaels, Eric Arroyo, Hyunseok Bae, Dilek Baykara, Ava Berman, Elizabeth Buma, Naomi Butterfield, Alexa Cassaro, Christopher Chai, Joanne Cheah, Haeree Choi, Hayelin Choi, Jessica Chung, Sarah Costello, Aodhan Cummings, Kerin Cunningham, Daniel Curran, Kate Drwecka, Lindsay Durino, Jensine Eckwall, Sabrina Elliott, Erik Eng, Lori Esposito, Katherine Fajardo, Emily Forster, Carissa Genovese, Jake Girard, Sam Grinberg, Melissa Guido, Kanae Hamatsuka, Ashley Hankins, Samuel Hindman, Risa Horiuchi, Jennifer Jackson, Andrea Kendrick, Boseom Kim, Boyoun Kim, Judith Kim, Mary Kim, Min Kyung Kim, Bryce Kroll, Hana Ku, Victoria Lau, Haena Lee, Jinwoo Lee, Sae Bom Lee, Sun Jung Lee, Seon Hee Lim,Tara Linzalone, Jennifer Lloyd, Mary Mansfield, Adria Mercuri, Chakima Micheau, Lindsay Miller, Chandler Moses, Jose Moslestina, Melody Newcomb, Joo Won Oh, Jacqueline Owusu, Lily Padula, In Kyung Park, Soh Young Park, Brooke Pelczynski, Alisun Personen, Lindsey Richter, Jonathan Rodriguez, Alexander Rupert, Victoria Schweyer, Will Sheldon, Yang Melody Shi, Ayanna Smith, Kyung Min Song, Kevin Speidell, Orin Stuckenbruck, Paul Teller, Hayley Weber, Kendra Wells, Yao Xiao, Justin Yam, Wyeth Yates, Anna Yoken, Jessica Yoon, Lior Zaltzman, Erica Zingaro and Jenny Zych.
With a commitment to excellence dating back to SVA's founding in 1947, the BFA Illustration and Cartooning Department cultivates individual voices sustained by a high degree of craft. Comic books, graphic novels, children's books, editorial illustrations, theatrical posters, movie credits and television production designs are powerful vehicles for artists' inner worlds and meaningful contributions to a public forum. As a result, students are prepared not only to excel at self-expression but also to solve problems and comment on the culture.