Emerson Gallery

History of Exhibitions


Sculpture Space Inside Outside

June 1 - September 10, 2006
Silent Beam by Takashi Soga

Takashi Soga
Silent Beam,
11x27.25x11.6 ft.

This two-part exhibition showcases artwork by Sculpture Space alumni artists. Sculpture Space, based in nearby Utica, has been serving artist for 30 years, providing residencies for nearly 400 artists from 20 countries and 28 states.  Work made at Sculpture Space is exhibited in museums, galleries and sculpture parks around the world.  Artists participating in the exhibition include Roberley Bell, Emilie Brzezinski, Patricia Tinajero-Baker (with Ariadna Capasso and Damian Keller), Richard Friedberg, Dewitt Godfrey, Jonathan Kirk, John McCarty, Agata Oleksiak, Takashi Soga, and John von Bergen ‘63. Together, these artists represent the full thirty-year history of Sculpture Space. The Hamilton Gallery show is part of a year long multiple site series of exhibitions. 

Sculpture Space Outside features individual large-scale work installed on Hamilton's north campus grounds. Sculpture Space Inside presents smaller-scale work, drawings and other information associated with the development of each outside piece, including biographies of the artists.

The exhibition and programs are cooperatively sponsored by the Emerson Gallery and Sculpture Space, with additional support from the Office of the Dean of the Faculty.
  • Outside sculptures on view on the North Campus thru October 16, 2006