Emerson Gallery

History of Exhibitions


May 2 - May 24, 1987
  • Senior Art Projects 1987
    Organized by Emerson Gallery. An exhibition of work by Hamilton seniors graduating with a concentration in Fine Arts.

March 14 - April 26, 1987
  • Ancient Vases from the Hamilton College Collection and the J. Paul Getty Museum
    Organized by Emerson Gallery.
    This exhibition traces the development of style in ancient pottery forms as shown in the Hamilton College Collection with additions from the collections of the J. Paul Getty Museum. This exhibition was curated by John McEnroe, Assistant professor of Art, Hamilton College, who prepared a catalogue with the help of Hamilton students.
March 14 - April 26, 1987
  • Michael Graves: The Figure in Architecture and Thoughts on Furniture
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery.
    An exhibition featuring the work of this influential American Architect, which includes drawings and models as well as furniture and decorative objects.
February 2 - March 8, 1987
  • Kuniyoshi
    Organized by the Whitney Museum of American Art at Philip Morris. An exhibition of paintings and drawings by Yasuo Kuniyoshi.
December 12, 1986 - January 25, 1987
  • Motives for Collecting: Collection Peter Brams, Hamilton '68
    Organized by Emerson Gallery.
    The first museum exhibition of this important collection of contemporary art which feature the work of four individual artists: Jean Michel Basquait, Philip Taaffe, Milan Kunc, and Rosemarie Trockel; and two collaborative teams: Gilbert & George and McDermott & McGough.
September 27 - November 16, 1986
  • Fourteen Alumni Collectors Hamilton College
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery.
    An effort to illuminate the art of collecting. This exhibition includes paintings and works on paper by Picasso, Renoir, Henri, Luks, Henry Moore, Robert Motherwell, and Hans Hoffmann.
June - September 1986
  • Gifts of William G. Roehrick
    Organized by Emerson Gallery. Exact dates for the exhibition are unknown.
  • 15 Alumni Artists
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. Exact dates for this exhibition are unknown.
  • Early American Paintings and Furniture from the Hamilton College Collection