Emerson Gallery

History of Exhibitions


May 4 - May 20, 1990
  • Senior Arts Projects 1990
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery. An exhibition of work by Hamilton College seniors graduating with a concentration in Fine Arts.
March 31 - April 29, 1990
  • Prototypes and Queries: Constructed Photographs, Sculpture, and Installation
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery.
    Works by Darrell Matsumoto, Assistant Professor of Photo and Video at Hamilton College, and Brian Bolden, Visiting Assistant Professor of Drawing and Sculpture.
January 22 - March 16, 1990
  • Gods, Prophets, and Heroes: The Sculpture of Donald De Lue
    Organized by the Emerson Gallery.
November 22 - December 15, 1989
  • 1789: Revolution
    Organized by VIVE 89 with support of the Mission du Bicentenaire de la Revolution Francaise et de la Declaration des Doits de l'Homme et du Citoyen. The exhibition consisted of 17 color posters corresponding to a period of the French Revolution, and a 42-minute video.

November 8 - December 22, 1989
  • Abstraction in Contemporary Photography
    Organized jointly with Anderson Gallery of the Virginia Commonwealth University.

September 23 - November 5, 1989
  • Marsden Hartley in Bavaria
    Organized by William Salzillo. Gail Levin, Guest Curator.
June 3 - September 10, 1989
  • William Palmer: The Lost Murals and Related Works
    This exhibition surveyed William Palmer's career as a mural painter by presenting two of his major government-sponsored murals in the context of related drawings from the William C. Palmer Papers at the Burke Library, Hamilton College.
  • David Esterly: Limewood Foliage Carvings
    The first public exhibition of the artist's woodcarvings, including 13 works designed as independent objects as well as one recently completed mantelpiece for a specific site.