This Must Be the Place: Five Centuries of Landscape ArtTuesday September 3, 2002 - Friday October 11, 2002
Curated by students in Wesleyan's Spring 2002 Museum Studies course, this exhibition spanned five centuries of landscape art in prints, drawings, and paintings.
The exhibition included works by Dürer, Rembrandt, Canaletto, Miró, Sheeler, Lichtenstein, and many other artists. Among the themes it explored was that of how landscape frequently becomes a portrait of a place and expresses it in scenes of daily life or in more monumental pictorial essays. This Must Be the Place was a pendant exhibition to Vis-à-Vis: Five Centuries of Portraiture, on view later in the fall of 2002.
Tuesday 3 September - Friday 11 October 2002
Juliana Shortell of Wesleyan's Archaeology Program gave a gallery talk on Thursday 12 September at 12:15 p.m.