Professor Kim Beck‘s work “Here” debuts a new annual, artist-designed flag project for the Laumeier Sculpture Park in Saint Louis, MO. Her work is on view through December 19. Beck’s series of three flags feature patterns and textures captured from Laumeier’s landscape through the process of rubbings. By literally and metaphorically elevating traces of the… Read more »
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“The Wilderness” is part of an ongoing series that responds to invasive species including weeds, bugs, and humans.
While you’re stuck at home, here are a few ideas to keep busy from members of our faculty.
Professor Kim Beck’s work is included in the exhibition “The Beginning of Everything: An Exhibition of Drawings.”
Pavements, Potholes & Repairs is comprised of hundreds of Professor Beck’s photographs documenting the everyday landscape beneath her feet.
Facebook commissioned work from Professors Kim Beck and Imin Yeh, and a collaborative work by MFA candidate Michael Neumann and MFA alumnus Shohei Katayama.
One of the most prestigious residency programs in the country, McDowell Colony artists in residence include the winners of at least 32 MacArthur Fellowships, 828 Guggenheim Fellowships, and 107 Rome Prizes.
The program, part of Mass MoCA’s Assets for Artists program, provided fully-funded residencies for 23 artists.
“Rock, Paper,” presents works resulting from Beck looking at and documenting the everyday landscape.
Beck’s “Pothole Positives” are part of a group exhibition titled “Don’t Touch My Circles,” on view June 29 through August 31.