ROOM•MATE 2021
Living with Tang Art

Preview the fifty artworks available for students to borrow as part of the Tang’s student art loan program, Roommate: Living with Tang Art. Launched by the Tang Student Advisory Council, a volunteer group of students, in 2020, Roommate invites Skidmore students to borrow artwork from the museum’s collection to hang in their dorm room or apartment. The exhibition and program feature works by a wide variety of 19th and 20th century artists, including Salvador Dalí, Nan Goldin, Corita Kent, Pablo Picasso, Malick Sidibé, Henri Matisse, Romare Bearden, and many others.

On September 17, at 6 pm, a viewing party and reception will be open to the public. And on the morning of September 19, students with Skidmore ID will have the opportunity to bring those works home for the spring semester.

Learn more about the ROOM•MATE program.

Exhibition Name
ROOM•MATE 2021
Living with Tang Art
Exhibition Type
Group Exhibitions
Place
Payne Room
Dates
Sep 4, 2021 - Sep 19, 2021
Curators
ROOM•MATE 2021: Living with Tang Art is organized by Kelsey Renko, Student Art Loan Program Coordinator.
Artists
Sharon Bates, Romare Howard Bearden, Max Bill, Ilya Bolotowsky, Jonathan Borofsky, Howard Patrick Byrne, Alexander Calder, Salvador Dalí, Stuart Davis, Benjamin Degen, Dorothy Dehner, Carroll Dunham, David Dupuis, Natalie Frank, Carson Gladson, Nan Goldin, Kawase Hasui, Paula Hayes, Tom Holmes, Patrick Hughes, Jenny Kemp, Corita Kent, Julian Lethbridge, Roy Lichtenstein, Henri Matisse, Joel Meyerowitz, Joan Miró, Barbara Morgan, Vik Muniz, NASA, Shirin Neshat, Eduardo Paolozzi, Pablo Picasso, Richard Prince, Jesse F. Reed, Lisa Sanditz, Joachim Schmid, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, Malick Sidibé, Hunt Slonem, Shinique Smith, Herb Snitzer, Terry Starr, Frank Stella, Joseph Stella, Kimberly Varella, Victor Vasarely, Harrie Verstappen, Bruce Weber, Chuck Webster
Past related events
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