Exhibition: Visual Conversations: A Study Gallery for Art History 100
Shaw Ruddock Gallery
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Spanning centuries and cultures, global connections are explored in this collections-based exhibition selected by Bowdoin’s Art History professors. Designed as a teaching tool for Introduction to Art History, the breadth of work demonstrates a wide range of media, genre, and tradition. From French painter Édouard Manet, to contemporary American photographer Larry Clark, and Japanese potter and National Living Treasure Shoji Hamada, this exhibition probes the depth of Bowdoin’s collection.