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Graphics by
20th Century Masters:
from the Cochran Collection

October 2 - November 20, 2004

From October 2 to November 20, the Center Art Gallery at Calvin College presents Graphics by 20th Century Masters from the Cochran Collection, an exhibition featuring some of the most interesting American printmaking executed in the 20th century. Included in this exhibition are over 60 prints by well known artists such as Alexander Calder, Salvador Dali, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso.
These prints are drawn from the art collection of Wes and Missy Cochran, who have been assembling it for the last three decades, and live in LaGrange, a small town in the heart of rural Georgia. Their collection, which encompasses and portrays a cross section of contemporary artists and printmaking techniques, is one of the finest private art collections found anywhere in the United States.
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Previews and Receptions

Friday, October 1, 7pm
Exhibition Preview & Art Chapter Kickoff
Introductory Talk by Lisa VanArragon, Assistant Professor of Art History
RSVP by: phone - 616.526.6142 or email - chapters@calvin.edu

Saturday, October 2, 10am
Heritage Chapter Exhibition Preview
Lecture by Edgar Boéve, Professor of Art Emeritus

Public Programs

Saturday, October 9, 11am
Gallery Talk
Lisa VanArragon, Assistant Professor of Art History, Calvin College

Thursday, October 14, 7pm
Lecture - The Medium is the Message: Painters as Printmakers
Kirsten Strom, Assistant Professor of Art History, Grand Vallery State University

Saturday, November 6, 11am
Printmaking Discussion and Demonstration - Proofs
Adam Wolpa, Assistant Professor of Art, Calvin College

Thursday, November 11, 7pm
Lecture - Stepping Beyond the Modern: How Fun Returned to the Art World
Gwen Robertson, Assistant Professor, History of Art, Humboldt State University

Support by:

The Calvin Alumni Association

The Calvin Alumni Association

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