Faculty Achievements 2004-2005
David Furman (Art)
His narrative ceramic sculpture, “The Irresistible Force vs. the Immovable Object,” was chosen for exhibition in the 3rd International Biennale of Ceramics to be held April through June in Incheon, South Korea.
His ceramic sculpture, “Hey Molly, Molly,” has been acquired by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
His trompe l’oeil ceramic sculpture, “A Pint of Art,” has been acquired by the Racine Art Museum, Racine, Wisconsin. This is the third acquisition of Furman’s art for the Racine museum.
A group of Furman’s realist pieces is included in the exhibition, “Contemplating Realism,” on display March April 2005 at the Solomon Dubnick Gallery in Sacramento. Furman attended the opening reception of his 39th solo exhibition at Gallery 221, on East 88th Street, New York City in October 2004.
Jesse Lerner (Media Studies)
Curated: “The Shock of Modernity: Criminal Photography from the Casasola Archive” Pomona College Museum of Art, December 2004.
Teresa Vázquez (Sociology/Chicana/o Studies)
Presented photographic work about the Women of Ciudad Juárez titled Vulture City, at the Poster Session of the ACSP 2004, 45th Annual Conference, Portland, Oregon, October 2004. With Betsy Sweet.
Presented photographic work on “Bilateral Women Demonstration against the Murders of Women in Ciudad Juárez,” in the exhibit UCLA Women for Change, Kerckhoff Hall Art Gallery, University of California, Los Angeles, May 2004.