Hood Art on Campus

Posted on March 01, 2009 by Kristin Swan

Hood Quarterly, spring/summer 2009

In recent years the Hood Museum of Art has been engaged in an effort to expand our reach across campus and to the broader community. Toward this end, a number of artworks have been placed on the Dartmouth campus. We welcome you to visit and see the most recent installments. On November 9, 2008, Richard Serra's sculpture Two-Plate Prop was installed in the Darling Courtyard of the Hopkins Center. Two-Plate Prop, an early work of Serra's, is a non-narrative exploration of the very basic vocabulary of sculpture: geometric forms that emphasize spatial relationships to the exclusion of all else. During the spring of 2009, Félix de la Concha: Private Portraits/Public Conversations will be exhibited at the museum and in Dartmouth's Baker-Berry Library.

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Written March 01, 2009 by Kristin Swan