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Ladislav Sutnar

Curated by Patricia Belen and Greg D’Onofrio Ladislav Sutnar was a master of making complex information simple. From 1941 to 1960, Sutnar, a Czechoslovakian immigrant who settled in New York City, served as the art director for F.W. Dodge Corporation’s Sweet Catalog Service. Sweet’s catalogs showcased plumbing, electrical, and building supplies that were marketed to…Read More


Farzaneh Safarani and Bahareh Safarani, twin sisters from Iran, collaborate to create technically superior and thought-provoking artworks. This exhibit is the culmination of the sisters’ work in the Master of Fine Arts program that Northeastern offers jointly with the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.   In this installation of six video-paintings, the…Read More

2016 Annual CAMD Show

Featuring the work of graduating seniors, MFA and IDV candidates in Northeastern’s College of Arts, Media and Design. Reception Thursday, April 28, 5:00–7:00 pm

Femmes Trouvés

In this show, Roslindale-based artist Michael Ulman shifts away from the elaborate vehicle sculptures for which he is known. He uses many of the same techniques and materials, but concentrates on the human form rather than machines. These sculptures demonstrate an elegance and delicacy that set them apart from typical found-object assemblages. Here, Ulman rethinks the female form, echoing…Read More

Visible Noize with John Jennings, Stacey Robinson, Tim Fielder and David Brame

An exhibit featuring the afrofuturistic art of John Jennings, Stacey Robinson, Tim Fielder and David Brame.   John Jennings An Associate Professor of Art and Visual Studies at the University at Buffalo-State University of New York, Jennings is the co-author of the graphic novel The Hole: Consumer Culture, Vol. 1 and the art collection Black Comix: African American Independent Comics…Read More

Arc of the Un-Broken Circle II

Reginald J. Jackson traveled to Brazil in 1978 to witness and document traditional Afro-Brazilian religious festivals connected to the Yoruba of West Africa. As a then-doctoral candidate in visual anthropology and communication, Jackson wanted to see firsthand the extent to which African religious expression had survived the trans-Atlantic slave trade and the dispersion of Africanisms…Read More


Since its inception in the fall of 1978, the Children’s Center has strived to provide the Northeastern University community with high quality child care. With a professional staff of educated and experienced teachers and help from college student assistants, the children gain valuable social skills and develop their intellectual and physical abilities through engaging, hands-on…Read More

Tom Phillips

From a chance encounter in a London thrift store with a Human Document, a Victorian novel by W. H. Mallock, Phillips embarked upon a project which has continued for almost half a century. Altering the text of the original novel in a series of variations, by drawing and overpainting, splicing and collaging, he has generated…Read More

The Multiverse of Identity

Artist, entrepreneur & cultural organizer Favianna Rodriguez is one of the most important visionaries of our time. Favianna is most known for her vibrant posters dealing with global politics, migration, globalization, and women’s rights, however in The Multiverse of Identity, the exhibition at Northeastern’s Gallery 360, features Ms. Rodriguez’s rarely exhibited abstract prints. In this…Read More


Recognized as the leading international journal in women’s and gender studies, Signs: A Journal of Women in Culture and Society, came to Northeastern in January of 2015, after a successful competitive bid by Editor-in-Chief Suzanna Danuta Walters and Chair of the Editorial Board, Carla Kaplan. For forty years, Signs has redefined the forefront of interdisciplinary scholarship by challenging…Read More

First Issue

Whether the subject is FDR’s New Deal or the evolution of Alfred E. Neuman, the stories in the debut issues of these iconic magazines offer an intriguing glimpse into who we were and how far we have come. For example, an advertisement in the February 1930 issue of Fortune extols the benefits of “manufactured weather”…Read More

Holding Pattern

Lisa Lunskaya Gordon Piotr Parda Piotr and Lisa have been working and living side by side since 2002. Holding Pattern reflects their interest in objects and patterns that serendipitously fit together, creating realities that challenge common perceptions. Opening Reception August 6th from 5-7pm


Stratum brings together four female New York artists: Rhia Hurt, Jacqueline Ferrante, Laura Petrovich-Cheney, and Ann Schaumburger. These artists explore the impact of color, layering, and visual abstractness within their works. Stratum presents diverse approaches of abstract visualization by experimenting with color placement, collage, texture and functions to psychologically take the viewer back to the foundation of art-making.  Curated by Jacqueline Ferrante AMD ’13

24 Hours in the Life of a Swiss Cuckoo Clock

The clockwork and décor of the Swiss cuckoo clocks has always been emblematic to the image of Swiss know how and meticulous work. Originally, these small clocks evoked the delightful simplicity of an idealized agrarian life set in an alpine and preserved landscape. Is the Swiss cuckoo clock still this iconic object meant for folklore…Read More

Department of Art + Design Annual Student Exhibit Class of 2015

Art makes life meaningful. Design makes life possible. Together they make life wonderful. Artists and designers experiment with form to realize original, provocative, evocative and innovative ideas. They bring novel ideas to life that replenish cultures, have social benefits and contribute to the global marketplace of ideas. The life of an artist or designer is…Read More

Emerald Networks

Gallery talk and reception with Gina Ford March 24 at 5 pm. Cities whose park systems were designed by historic visionaries are endowed with a legacy of generous, well-connected open spaces. However, the financial pressures facing today’s cities and new thinking about park use can challenge these historic frameworks. Emerald Networks explores how cities are…Read More

Petrochemical America

Photographs by Richard Misrach Throughlines by Kate Orff/SCAPE Petrochemical America represents a unique collaboration between photographer Richard Misrach and landscape architect Kate Orff. It brings into focus the industrialized landscape of the Mississippi River Corridor that stretches from Baton Rouge to New Orleans—a place that first garnered attention as “Cancer Alley” because of unusually high…Read More


Since its inception in the fall of 1978, the Children’s Center has strived to provide the Northeastern University community with high quality childcare.  With a professional staff of educated and experienced teachers and help from college student assistants, the children gain valuable social skills and develop their intellectual and physical abilities through engaging, hands-on projects…Read More


Curated by Resa Blatman Forecasted showcases a variety of inspiring artwork by eight artists. Some of their work speaks directly to themes of climate change and global warming, while for others, it does not. However, all of the artists were invited to present their interpretation of the current global question: what does the future hold…Read More

Reading Time

Data visualization for the public can be a tool for social change; it quantifies and displays information related to politics, health, education, etc. so that its audience is better informed and able to take some kind of action. Drawing on literary and cultural sources, this exhibition of printed work juxtaposes multiple aspects of data visualization…Read More

Figure & Illusion

Arthur Goldberg, CPS’65, has collected art for more than 30 years. At times, he wondered, “Does collecting act as a substitute for my own lack of artistic ability, or is it a license to enter the universal, infinite, and mysterious world of the artist?” He has come to realize that, for him, collecting has been…Read More

2014 Senior Exhibition

The work of artists and designers informs and forms cultures, benefits society and empowers the global marketplace of ideas. Students of art and design are encouraged and enabled to prepare for a rich and rewarding life making a significant difference in the lives of others. As digital technologies transform and expand artistic practice, production, and…Read More

Learning by Design

Architect and collector Norman Brosterman first became interested in the history of kindergarten while assembling the world’s finest collection of antique building block and construction toys, later acquired by the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal. Discovering that the famed Froebel Blocks—well-known to all students of Frank Lloyd Wright—were merely part of a much larger…Read More

Botond Reszegh Nightfall

Since the beginning of time we’ve been living with our eyes pointed at the horizon. The purpose inside the horizon, the ‘earthly’ ideal has not been enough for us for a long time now. Our aspirations and goals lie beyond the horizon. If it weren’t for this direction in the distance, there wasn’t any support…Read More

Constructing Art

Since its inception in the fall of 1978, the Children’s Center has strived to provide the Northeastern University community with high quality child care.  With a professional staff of educated and experienced teachers and help from college student assistants, the children gain valuable social skills and develop their intellectual and physical abilities through engaging, hands-on…Read More

Sister Cities

Sister Cities is Mitch Weiss’ photographic comparative study of Boston + Kyoto and New York City + Tokyo. Intentional composition, capturing often fleeting moments, has served to create candid images of these four cities that, standing alone, provide authentic perspectives of the humorous and occasionally ironic. Viewed alongside one another in their respective pairings, these…Read More

Derek Boshier

Celebrity Type

In an era of iPads and iPhones, the typewriter has become an object of rarified desire. Collector Steve Soboroff leads the charge in embracing this bygone technology. “I love people who are the best at what they do,” Soboroff says. “The idea that geniuses sat there and accomplished what they accomplished on these typewriters… it…Read More

Swiss Style Reboot

In the era of big data and social networks, the issue of clarity and functionality is even more important, now that infographics and data visualization are undergoing a meteoric expansion. Swiss Style Reboot emphasizes the lasting importance behind a comprehensive presentation with a juxtaposition of works from different eras and genres. Relying on principles that…Read More

College of Art, Media, and Design Senior Show 2013

As the culmination of their experience here at Northeastern, this annual show is made up of work by students from the College of Art Media and Design. Regardless of medium, the work is evolved and representative of the various disciplines. The college provides an arena for innovation, scholarship, real-world exploration and interdisciplinary collaboration in communications…Read More

Faculty Focus

As we continue to enhance the creative experience at Northeastern, we look to our faculty to help shape that vision, and influence our students and community through the arts. The three artists represented in Faculty Focus guide us through landscapes that reveal the relationship between nature and technology. Mountains, canyons, and the human body are…Read More

Sophia Ainslie

The development of my visual language of shapes and marks is inspired from, and the result of, combining a single X-ray with territorial mapping and sketches of places I’ve experienced in my immediate environment. In a mode of recycling through my content, I utilize the computer as a cutting tool to dissect, edit and collage…Read More

Ed Andrews

This body of work is partly inspired by a recent journey to the majestic natural amphitheaters of Bryce Canyon in Utah. I hiked down between the orange and pink rows of tall totemic geologic structures called Hoodoos and saw ancient Bristlecone Pines wedged into the crevices that circle the rim of the canyon. These gnarled…Read More

Mira Cantor

My interest in nature goes back to my show Rhyme and Reason in 1999 when I was focused on the relationship between the sand and the sea, and the line inbetween, which shifted and changed with every wave. Then I began looking at nature more closely as a section, slicing through it vertically like an…Read More

Black by Popular Demand

The exhibit features representational and figurative, geometric and lyrical abstract work of local artists working in photography, mixed media, and painting. Our diverse artistic styles and images defy cultural assumptions about black art being only representational and figurative. In fact, artists who happen to be black, produce work that is widely varied in its content…Read More