Ruth Duckworth, Untitled, c. 1974
Photo by Bob.
Jackson Mac Low, Drawing Asymmetry #42, 1961
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In the first Smart Sightings reflection offered in collaboration with the Marty Center, Lauren Pond writes about the ways in which August Rodin’s sculpture speaks to ideas of embodied religion.
An ekphrastic poem inspired by Whitfield Lovell’s Missoura, by gallery attendant and third-year undergraduate Avery Echols.
Kathia Rodriguez reflects upon art as an experience, as a journey, and as a source of wonder, and shares a sticker design inspired by her UChicago student experience at the Smart Museum. The limited edition sticker will be available at the 2023 Student Activities and Resource Fair.