Body Language: The Art of Larry Day
Body Language: The Art of Larry Day is a multipart retrospective exhibition celebrating the artistic contributions of Larry Day in his centenary year. From now until November 21, the full exhibition is on view at Woodmere Art Museum, University of the Arts, and Arcadia University.
Woodmere offers an overview of Larry Day’s career and a focused presentation of his figurative paintings, drawings, and sketches in an exhibition titled Silent Conversations, on view through January 23, 2022. At University of the Arts, Nature Abstracted presents Day’s abstract paintings of the 1950s, on view through December 3. At Arcadia University, Absent Presence explores Day’s cityscapes and architectural subjects, on view through November 21.
To learn more about the exhibition, click here.
Upcoming Events
Body Language:
The Art of Larry Day with Ruth Fine
October 16 | 2 pm
$10; FREE for Woodmere members
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“The Living Past”:
The Art of Larry Day with Patricia Likos Ricci
October 23 | 2 pm
$15 ($10 members)
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On Larry Day:
A Conversation with Phong Bui
November 6 | 2 pm
$15 ($10 members)
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Family Happenings
Family Day: Games in the Galleries
October 30
11 am – 2 pm
$5 per child; FREE for family membership cardholders
Enjoy playing a variety of games inspired by the paintings of Larry Day. Concoct strategies and a “poker” face while playing games of cards, charades, or pick-up sticks.
Body Language: The Art of Larry Day has been featured in the latest episode of Woodmere’s podcast, Diving Board. To subscribe and listen, click here.
This exhibition, catalogue, and programming is supported by Ruth Fine, the Imperfect Family Foundation, Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation, Elizabeth Glassman, Dorothy Lichtenstein, Terra Foundation for American Art, The Lunder Foundation-Peter & Paula Lunder Family, Leslie Samuels & Augusta Gross, Muriel Fine Sherman & Dr. Neil Sherman, Pamela & Joseph Yohlin, Michael Heizer Studio, Gloria Spivak, Norman Fein, Susan Sillins, Judith Brodsky, Ronald Rumford, and several other generous contributors, including those who wish to remain anonymous.
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