Dusk to Dusk Ebert Art Center
Facility Ebert Art Center - College of Wooster Art Museum
September 13-November 20, 2016
Sussel Gallery and the Burton D. Morgan Gallery
The College of Wooster Art Museum is pleased to present Dusk to Dusk: Unsettled, Unraveled, Unreal. Selected from a private collection in the Netherlands, the twenty-eight internationally renowned artists use painting, photography, sculpture and video to turn a mirror to the world. Together, they examine individual isolation, political repression, and collective ennui in the decline of the industrial age when people are both singular and collective beings. While the exhibition does not propose a singular artistic movement or overarching theory, these artists provide a global glimpse of what it means to transition from the twentieth to the twenty-first century.
Artists in the exhibition include: James Aldridge (British); Huma Bhabha (Pakistani); Louise Bourgeois (American/French); Levi van Veluw (Dutch); Edward Burtynsky (Canadian); Matt Calderwood (British); Aristarkh Chernyshev (Russian); Tony Cragg (British); Salvador Dali (Spanish); Desiree Dolron (Dutch); Marcel Dzama (Canadian); Laura Ford (British); Gilbert & George (British); Matthew Day Jackson (American); Hideaki Kawashima (Japanese); Tianbing Li (Chinese); Richard Long (British); Jie Luo (Chinese); Jonathan Meese (German); Almagul Menlibayeva (Kazakhstani); Erwin Olaf (Dutch); Hans Op de Beeck (Belgian); Yang Shaobin (Chinese); Anouk Steketee (Dutch); Hiroshi Sugimoto (Japanese); Ruud van Empel (Dutch); Anne Wenzel (German); and Erwin Wurm (Austrian).