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2017 Next Wave Art

 
 
Sep 14—Dec 22, 2017
 

Free and open to the public

Locations: Peter Jay Sharp Building and BAM Fisher

 
 
 
 
 
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BAM’s annual fall exhibition series returns for its 16th season with this group exhibition that examines a basic shift in our culture, from one in which we communicate with text-based language to one in which the image is the dominant tool of expression.

Loss for Words features work by Corey Escoto, Andy Meerow, Siebren Versteeg, Hayal Pozanti, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, and Kim Schoen.

Opening Reception
Mon, Sep 25, 6—8pm
Peter Jay Sharp Building and BAM Fisher

Hours
Peter Jay Sharp Building
Dorothy W. Levitt Lobby: 8am—11pm daily
Natman Room: 8am—6pm daily
Diker Gallery Café: 2:30—6pm Mondays and during BAMcafé hours (see calendar for details)

BAM Fisher
12—5pm daily with extended hours before evening performances in the Fishman Space


ANNOUNCEMENT 
Temporarily Closed 
 
Please note exhibitions in the Peter Jay Sharp Building will be closed Sunday, October 15 through Saturday, October 21.

Leadership support for BAM Visual Art provided by Agnes Gund and Toby Devan Lewis

 
 
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