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Motion: Emotion

11 Jul 2014 - 30 Oct 2014

Balistreri, John 2004, Untitled (Wall Plane #10)

Motion: Emotion looks at the scope of movement, with subject matter ranging from the subtleties of the earth’s rotation and time to human and animal activity.

The show also includes five electronic works. Peter Sarkisian’s Book, Version I, for instance, features a dictionary on which the image of a man crawls about, penciling in corrections he deems necessary.

Works in the show, such as Andy Warhol’s and Barbara Morgan’s images of modern-dance pioneer, Martha Graham; Douglas Kent Hall’s photograph of Tina Turner in action, and Jun Kaneko’s costume design for Madame Butterfly, illustrate the diversity of meanings of the term movement, from physical motion to describing part of a musical composition.

Bo, Hai They 2000 Photography Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Ray, Bill LIFE Rides with Hell’s Angels Photograph, silver print Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

The exhibition includes a number of vehicles, each with a unique point of view. John Balistreri’s big ceramic Wall Plane #1 portrays wings patterns of bees as a means of comparing natural and engineered flight.

While Motion:Emotion contains works by such internationally acclaimed artists as Wim Delvoye of The Netherlands, a highlight is the two Indian Chief Motorcycles manufactured in the 1940s.

Grooms, Red 1937 – London Bus, 1983 Color lithographic cutout Kathryn and Marc LeBaron Collection

Holz, Aaron 1972 Young Turks, 2008 Oil, resin, acrylic on birch panel Kathryn and Marc LeBaron Collection

Works in the show have been drawn from the collections of Karen and Robert Duncan, and Kathryn and Marc LeBaron of Lincoln, Neb. Motion:Emotion will be on display through the end of October.

Those interested in bringing youth or adult groups for docent-led tours are asked to contact us.

Sartore, Joel (1962 – ) Gray Wolf, 2002 Color Photograph Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Morgan, Barbara (1900 – 1992) Letter to the World, 1986 Photograph, silver print Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Hall, Douglas Kent (1938-2008) Tina Turner, Madison Square Garden, 1969 Photograph Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Longo (1953 – ), Robert Rick, 1994 Lithograph Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Dill, Lesley (1950 – ) Dress of Inwardness, 2006 Bronze Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Gerrard, John (1974 – ) Portrait to Smile Once a Year, 2006 Monitor, computer, realtime 3D Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Sarkisian, Peter 1965, Book, Version 1, 2011 Found book, video projection, audio Kathryn and Marc LeBaron Collection

Delvoye, Wim Concretemixer Scalemodel #10

Warhol, Andy (1928-1987) Letter to the World

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  • Date: 11 Jul 2014 - 30 Oct 2014
  • Location:Upper Level, Lower Level
  • Curator:Anne Pagel
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Balistreri, John 2004, Untitled (Wall Plane #10)

Motion: Emotion looks at the scope of movement, with subject matter ranging from the subtleties of the earth’s rotation and time to human and animal activity.

The show also includes five electronic works. Peter Sarkisian’s Book, Version I, for instance, features a dictionary on which the image of a man crawls about, penciling in corrections he deems necessary.

Works in the show, such as Andy Warhol’s and Barbara Morgan’s images of modern-dance pioneer, Martha Graham; Douglas Kent Hall’s photograph of Tina Turner in action, and Jun Kaneko’s costume design for Madame Butterfly, illustrate the diversity of meanings of the term movement, from physical motion to describing part of a musical composition.

Bo, Hai They 2000 Photography Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Ray, Bill LIFE Rides with Hell’s Angels Photograph, silver print Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

The exhibition includes a number of vehicles, each with a unique point of view. John Balistreri’s big ceramic Wall Plane #1 portrays wings patterns of bees as a means of comparing natural and engineered flight.

While Motion:Emotion contains works by such internationally acclaimed artists as Wim Delvoye of The Netherlands, a highlight is the two Indian Chief Motorcycles manufactured in the 1940s.

Grooms, Red 1937 – London Bus, 1983 Color lithographic cutout Kathryn and Marc LeBaron Collection

Holz, Aaron 1972 Young Turks, 2008 Oil, resin, acrylic on birch panel Kathryn and Marc LeBaron Collection

Works in the show have been drawn from the collections of Karen and Robert Duncan, and Kathryn and Marc LeBaron of Lincoln, Neb. Motion:Emotion will be on display through the end of October.

Those interested in bringing youth or adult groups for docent-led tours are asked to contact us.

Sartore, Joel (1962 – ) Gray Wolf, 2002 Color Photograph Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Morgan, Barbara (1900 – 1992) Letter to the World, 1986 Photograph, silver print Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Hall, Douglas Kent (1938-2008) Tina Turner, Madison Square Garden, 1969 Photograph Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Longo (1953 – ), Robert Rick, 1994 Lithograph Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Dill, Lesley (1950 – ) Dress of Inwardness, 2006 Bronze Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Gerrard, John (1974 – ) Portrait to Smile Once a Year, 2006 Monitor, computer, realtime 3D Karen and Robert Duncan Collection

Sarkisian, Peter 1965, Book, Version 1, 2011 Found book, video projection, audio Kathryn and Marc LeBaron Collection

Delvoye, Wim Concretemixer Scalemodel #10

Warhol, Andy (1928-1987) Letter to the World