It’s a great season for art at Haverford, where three notable exhibits recently opened on campus. Brian Dettmer: Elemental, a show of fascinatingly intricate works by New York-based book sculptor Brian Dettmer, is up in the Cantor Fitzgerald Gallery and runs through Dec. 15. At the Atrium Gallery in the Marshall Fine Arts Center, you can see photographer Gerald Cyrus’s show, Portrait of Camden, New Jersey, in Photographs, 2001-2008. The show will be up until Dec. 1. Finally, in Magill Library and four other locations on campus is the blockbuster Lasting Impressions: Monumental Brass Rubbings. That exhibit showcases 23 figures depicted on medieval and early modern tomb monuments in England and Germany.
Here are some photos from the opening receptions for Brian Dettmer: Elemental and Lasting Impressions, and from a gallery talk event with Gerald Cyrus.
Brian Dettmer’s Elemental:
Photos by Thom Carroll.
Gerald Cyrus, Portraits of Camden, New Jersey, in Photographs:
Photos by Brad Larrison.
Photos by Dan Johnson.