Exhibitions

Sep 1, 2014 to Jan 5, 2015
Kibel Gallery

Gallery Talk: Monday, November 17th, 5pm, Kibel Gallery. Reception to follow. 

 

Table in Rome 2: Forum as Planted Field is an art installation funded by a University of Maryland Creative and performing Arts Award that involves interactive sculpture and descriptive architectural drawings.

 

Sep 1, 2014 to Jan 5, 2015
Kibel Gallery

Lecture:  Wednesday, November 12th, 5pm, School of Architecture Auditorium. Reception to follow, Kibel Gallery.


Sep 14, 2011 to Dec 13, 2011
Kibel Gallery

A collection of work by Atlanta-based Architect Anthony Ames will be on display beginning September 14th at the University of Maryland School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation’s Kibel Gallery. “Object-Type Landscapes” will include a series of paintings, models and a dinnerware set, both inspired and the inspiration for Ames’ functional yet expressive modernist architecture.

Oct 13, 2010 to Dec 31, 2010
Kibel Gallery

The Renaissance and Baroque stereotomy upon which this exhibit concentrates was largely a Spanish and French development from stonecutting techniques of very ancient and perhaps Middle Eastern origin. To be sure, techniques of stereotomy were known and used in other countries such as Italy and Germany during the Renaissance and before.

Oct 13, 2010 to Dec 3, 2010
Kibel Gallery

This exhibition, premiering in the Kibel Gallery, showcases more than 30 drawings by Brian Kelly, Associate Professor of Architecture at the University of Maryland. The drawings fall into two broad categories. Referential drawings serve as personal theaters of memory by recording encounters with architectural, urban and landscape artifacts.

Jan 28, 2010 to Feb 24, 2010
Kibel Gallery

Over the last few decades, a rich and increasingly diverse practice has emerged in the art world that invites the public to touch, enter, and experience the work, whether it is in a gallery, on city streets, or in the landscape. Like architecture, many of these temporary artworks aspire to alter viewers' experience of the environment.