IMPULSUS / Under The Influence

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"Studying in Rome gave me a radically different perspective on the relationship between contemporary artists and ancient works. I saw how ancient ideas live on and how this relationship has evolved over time....I returned to New York with a deeper understanding of how my work and interest in classical techniques connect to this rich history."—Max Kornfield"Studying in Rome gave me a radically different perspective on the relationship between contemporary artists and ancient works. I saw how ancient ideas live on and how this relationship has evolved over time....I returned to New York with a deeper understanding of how my work and interest in classical techniques connect to this rich history."—Max KornfieldIn celebration of SVA in Rome's sixth anniversary, the Flatiron Project Space presents "IMPULSUS / Under The Influence," a group exhibition of four former students of the program—Tiffany Bales, Max Kornfield, Dylan Prince and Taylor Zarif—and guest artist Wendy Artin who lives and teaches in Rome. The five artists, in one way or another, work with visual elements that are historically, technically or cinematically connected to Italian culture.The semester-long program in Rome is open to all matriculated undergraduate students studying at SVA and focuses on students developing their work while also absorbing all aspects of Italian life, from the language, food and daily culture to the profound and complex history of the city. Catherine Esposito, the director of the program, writes: "Rome is a modern ancient city, one where the echoes of the past are still audible through its modern streets. It is this connection between antiquity and modernity, at times a palpable tension, that makes Rome an eternal city and has attracted artists for centuries. Since its inception in 2014, SVA in Rome has provided the opportunity for students to immerse themselves in this extraordinary city, influencing the way these young artists see themselves and the world around them and challenging them to question their relationship between their own past and present. Upon completion of the program, all Rome alumni carry a piece of Rome with them. As the works of the artists will testify, this enchanted city casts its spell on all who visit, leaving us all a little 'under the influence.'"Presented by BFA Visual & Critical Studies.This exhibition has been organized by BFA VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff, who along with BFA VCS and Art History Chair Tom Huhn and Professor Esposito, helped establish SVA in Rome. To contact the artists please email [email protected].

School of Visual Arts - SVA
209 East 23 Street
l 800.436. New York
United states
800.436.4204
http://www.sva.edu/events/events-exhibitions/impulsus-u...

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IMPULSUS / Under The Influence School of Visual Arts - SVA Main address: School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states School of Visual Arts - SVA 209 East 23 Street l 800.436. New York, United states "Studying in Rome gave me a radically different perspective on the relationship between contemporary artists and ancient works. I saw how ancient ideas live on and how this relationship has evolved over time....I returned to New York with a deeper understanding of how my work and interest in classical techniques connect to this rich history."—Max Kornfield"Studying in Rome gave me a radically different perspective on the relationship between contemporary artists and ancient works. I saw how ancient ideas live on and how this relationship has evolved over time....I returned to New York with a deeper understanding of how my work and interest in classical techniques connect to this rich history."—Max KornfieldIn celebration of SVA in Rome's sixth anniversary, the Flatiron Project Space presents "IMPULSUS / Under The Influence," a group exhibition of four former students of the program—Tiffany Bales, Max Kornfield, Dylan Prince and Taylor Zarif—and guest artist Wendy Artin who lives and teaches in Rome. The five artists, in one way or another, work with visual elements that are historically, technically or cinematically connected to Italian culture.The semester-long program in Rome is open to all matriculated undergraduate students studying at SVA and focuses on students developing their work while also absorbing all aspects of Italian life, from the language, food and daily culture to the profound and complex history of the city. Catherine Esposito, the director of the program, writes: "Rome is a modern ancient city, one where the echoes of the past are still audible through its modern streets. It is this connection between antiquity and modernity, at times a palpable tension, that makes Rome an eternal city and has attracted artists for centuries. Since its inception in 2014, SVA in Rome has provided the opportunity for students to immerse themselves in this extraordinary city, influencing the way these young artists see themselves and the world around them and challenging them to question their relationship between their own past and present. Upon completion of the program, all Rome alumni carry a piece of Rome with them. As the works of the artists will testify, this enchanted city casts its spell on all who visit, leaving us all a little 'under the influence.'"Presented by BFA Visual & Critical Studies.This exhibition has been organized by BFA VCS faculty member Peter Hristoff, who along with BFA VCS and Art History Chair Tom Huhn and Professor Esposito, helped establish SVA in Rome. To contact the artists please email [email protected]. Book tickets