March 23 – June 4, 2017
11am – 4:30pm daily
This exhibition, organized by 11 student curators in a 360˚ course cluster (Mirroring/Exhibition the Self), considers the role of mirrors, masks, makeup, and masquerade in explorations of the self across the centuries and cultures represented in Special Collections.
The exhibition, as well as its catalogue and programming, are supported by the Friends of the Bryn Mawr College Library, the Office of the Provost and its 360˚ program, Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) and its department of Special Collections and program in Museum Studies, as well as the department of History of Art.
[360 logo, LITS logo, SpecColl logo]
The exhibition is free and open to the public. VIEW MORE INFORMATION.
This page references:
- Margo Humphrey (born 1942), The History of Her Life Written Across Her Face, 1991
- David Graham (born 1952), Bud Burkhart as William Penn, Three Arches, Levittown, PA, 1993
- Nancy Hagin (born 1940), Self-portrait, 1967
- Sigmund Abeles (born 1934), NL/SA, Couple, Fits like a Glove, 1999
- Jessica Todd Harper (born 1975, Class of 1997), Sophia and Barbara, 2012
- Merrill Mason (born 1949), Blocking the Light, 2000
- Utagawa Kunisada (1786–1864), Arranging the Hair, from the series Fitting Accomplishments for Women, ca. 1843–1847
- Miriam Schapiro, Frida and Me, 1990
- Marlene Dumas (born 1953), The Supermodel, 1995
- Fritz Janschka (1919–2016), Wilde, 1985