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Spring Lecture: Paul Pfeiffer
Please note that this lecture begins at 4:00pm in Design Building 170.
Paul Pfeiffer's internationally acclaimed work employs video, installation and sculpture to manipulate mass media and "dissect the role it plays in shaping consciousness" (Art 21). Pfeiffer's work received the inaugural 2000 Whitney Biennale Bucksbaum Award, a 2009 Herb Alpert Award in Visual Arts, and is held in the public collections of the Guggenheim Museum, NYC; the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC; and the Broad Contemporary in Los Angeles. He is represented by Paula Cooper Gallery in New York and Thomas Dane Gallery in London.
This lecture is co-sponsored by the UMass Department of Art.
With thanks to the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, the Women for UMass Fund, and the UMass Department of Architecture for their ongoing support of this series.