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Exciting works by international and national artists await you at the Joseloff Gallery

Art lovers throughout New England interact with artists and learn about their works through special programs throughout the year offered by the Hartford Art School galleries.

The Hartford Art School Galleries includes the Joseloff Gallery, the Donald and Linda Silpe Gallery, Kaman Print Study Center, and Art on Campus. These exhibition spaces inspire our community year-round, and engage with students daily through creative visual experiences.

2022 Exhibition Season

Recently On Display

Faculty Staff ExhibitFaculty Exhibition: Finishing Touches

September 1–October 8, 2022

From metalpoint and mycelia to glazed porcelain and painted zinc, the range of materials and processes on display demonstrates the vast skills and interests of the HAS Faculty.

 

Komatsu Hiroko: Second Decade

Installation view from the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass.

Komatsu Hiroko: Second Decade
October 27–December 10, 2022

Around the globe in recent years, the Japanese photographer Komatsu Hiroko has become known for her experimental installations that transform traditional gallery spaces into worlds of monochrome. Building on recent iterations of this work at dieFirma in New York City and the Davis Museum at Wellesley College, the exhibition Komatsu Hiroko: Second Decade combines the artist’s immersive photographic environments with work in a variety of other media, including handmade artist books, drawings and photograms, and 8-mm film. Everything on view was made since the year 2020, the start of Komatsu’s second decade as a committed photographer. In all cases, Komatsu pushes the materials that she is working with to their limits, asking important questions about how we produce, consume, and share knowledge—and what might be taken for granted in the process.

Komatsu Hiroko (b. 1969 Kangawa, Japan) is an award-winning artist who has held exhibitions in Japan, Germany, Italy, and the U.S. Her work has been published in Aperture, Asahi Camera, Artforum, and PHaT Photo, among other journals, monographs, and exhibition catalogues. In 2018, she was the recipient of the 43rd Kimura Ihei Award for new photographers in Japan. Her work is held in the collections of The MAST Foundation in Bologna, Tate Modern in London, the Kawasaki City Museum, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the New York Public Library.

Komatsu Hiroko: Second Decade will be on view at Joseloff Gallery from October 27–December 10, 2022, with an opening reception with the artist on Thursday, October 27 from 5–7 p.m. The gallery will be closed for the week of Thanksgiving.

Director’s Gallery Talk: Join Edith Dale Monson Director/Curator, Dr. Carrie Cushman, for an introduction to the exhibition Komatsu Hiroko: Second Decade on Thursday, November 3 from 5–6 p.m.

Virtual Tours and Artist Talks

Virtual Tour

Each year, the Joseloff gallery program presents a wide range of exhibitions and related programming. From traveling exhibitions of national and international significance to shows featuring the work of current students, faculty, and alumni, the gallery program strives to offer a dynamic schedule of interdisciplinary visual experiences.

Recent exhibitions have featured the works of Mark Dion, Marina Abramovic, Tracy Emin, Kelly Mark, Natalie Waldburger, and Keith Sonnier.

Past Exhibits
Auerbach Lecture Series
Steven Young Lee
Ceramics

Steven Young Lee has been the resident artist director of the Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts in Helena, Montana since 2006. He is represented by the Duane Reed Gallery, Ferrin Contemporary and The Archie Bray Foundation Gallery. His work has been collected by the Smithsonian Museum, the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, the Four Seasons Hotel in Seoul, Korea, as well as many private collections.

 

Gifts to the HAS Art Galleries help provide our students and the community with access to renowned artists and extensive arts facilities.