The artworks in this exhibition show a plethora of approaches to markmaking, a term used to describe the different types of lines, scratches, smudges, patterns, dots, and textures that result from the way an artist applies a material, such as graphite or paint, to a surface. Because each mark possesses unique characteristics as well as contributes to the entire composition, it is an effective way to communicate. On display are works by, among many others: Natalie Alper, Keith Carter, Sol LeWitt, Vik Muniz, Alyson Shotz, and Robert Smithson.
Organized by Elaine D. Gustafson, Curator of Collections.
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TEMPORARY HOURS: Tue-Sat: 10am-5pm More info HERE. Closed Sundays, Mondays + holidays
Weatherspoon Art Museum UNC Greensboro Corner of Spring Garden + Tate Streets Greensboro, NC 27402