Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts announces Jesse Green | Michael Wang exhibition

. August 19, 2012 . 0 Comments

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts presents Jesse Green | Michael Wang an exhibition open September 13—October 7, 2012 of new work by two
graduates of the Department of Visual and Environmental Studies.

Jesse Green
Green was born in 1979 in Boston, MA. He received his MFA from UCLA and his BA from Harvard University. His recent exhibitions include solo shows at: CCA Zamek Ujazdowksi, Warsaw; Carroll and Sons Gallery, Boston; Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown; Halle14, Leipzig; Tate Modern, London. Recent and upcoming group exhibitions include: Dance/Draw, ICA, Boston; 2010 Whitney Biennial, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. He was a Henry Luce Scholar for 2008/09, a Trust for Mutual Understanding/Location One Fellow for 2009/10, and the Arthur Levitt Fellow at Williams College for 2010/11.

Michael Wang
Wang was born in Olney, MD and lives and works in New York City. He holds a Masters in Architecture from Princeton University, an MA from NYU, and a BA from Harvard (’03 joint concentration in VES and Anthropology). Wang has worked as an artworld events reporter, taught with the architect Peter Eisenman at Yale, and consulted for some of the world’s largest corporations. His works include speculative proposals for the World Economic Forum conference hall in Davos, Switzerland; and “Invasives”, the controlled release of invasive species. Selected exhibitions include: Primetime Gallery, Brooklyn (2010); Asia Song Society, New York (2008); and Rivington Arms, New York (2007). His critical writings have appeared in Artforum, the Architect’s Newspaper, and Modern Painters.

Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts
Harvard University
24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
Tel: 617.495.3251

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