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Gallery Hours

Main Gallery:
Mon - Sat Noon - 4pm, Thurs Noon - 8pm

Closed Sundays and Holidays.

West Gallery:
Varies weekly, call 818-677-2156

Contact Information

CSUN Art Galleries
18111 Nordhoff Street
Northridge, CA, 91330-8299

Exhibition info line:
818-677- 2226

Office:
818-677-2156
818-677-5910 fax

 

Jim Sweeters
Director

jim.sweeters@csun.edu
818-677-3060

Michelle Giacopuzzi,
Office Manager/Exhibitions Coordinator
michelle.giacopuzzi@csun.edu
818-677-2156

 

 

 

West Gallery Exhibitions

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Featured Artists

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Family Trees / June 7 -10

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CSUN Inked poster art

CSUN Inked / June 29 - July 31

CSUN Inked showcases the art of tattooing in the CSUN community. Through video and a series of photographs, tattoos from our campus will be exhibited and discussed in order to appreciate their formal and conceptual affinities and to situation this art form in the global phenomenon of body marking.

The exhibition is co-curated by Dr. Peri Klemm of the CSUN Art History Department and the undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in Exhibition Design in Spring 2009 (ART 342, ART 542).

 

West Gallery Exhibition Schedule

 

Image Gallery

Associated American Artists: Art by Subscription
October 23 - December 12, 2009
(Closed November 11 and 26 - 29 )
Opening Reception: Friday, October 23 7- 9pm
Gallery Talk: Monday, October 26 10am

Associated American Artists: Art by Subscription features over 70 etchings, wood engravings, aquatints and mezzotints by 40 artists including Thomas Hart Benton, John Steuart Curry, Doris Lee, Reginald Marsh and Grant Wood.

In 1933, America was gripped by an economic depression and was one of the most trying times in American history. At that time, art dealer and marketer, Reeves Lewenthal organized Associated American Artists (AAA), conceived to distribute affordable, original art to every American. During their first 20 years, AAA had grown to international importance. The evidence of the cultural impact was everywhere, in the nation's homes, greeting cards and apparel. This exhibition is organized by the Springfield Museum of Art, Springfield Ohio and tour management is provided by Smith and Kramer Fine Art Services, Kansas City, Missouri.

Click on Thumbnail below to view larger versions of the pictures.

Approaching Storm 1940 Grant Wood lithograph

Approaching Storm
1940
Grant Wood
lithograph


March, 1 Grant Wood

March, 1
Grant Wood

 

Rumba 1945 Miguel Covarrubias  lithograph

Rumba
1945
Miguel Covarrubias
lithograph

 

Deep Winter 1942 Ernest Fiene lithograph

Deep Winter
1942
Ernest Fiene
lithograph

 

Little-Farm 1955 Thomas-W.-Nason  wood-engraving

Little-Farm
1955
Thomas-W.-Nason
wood-engraving

 


2008-2009 Exhibition Schedule

 

Past Exhibitions