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University Art Galleries: Archive of Exhibitions & Catalogs

Leonora Carrington. "Self-Portrait," c1937.
Image from from the exhibition catalog Women Artists of the Surrealist Movement.
Exhibition held at Stony Brook University, Fine Arts Center Art Gallery, from November 18, 1986 to January 10, 1987.
Source: University Archives.

 

Access an Inventory of Exhibitions
Browse an inventory of exhibitions held at Stony Brook University. This research is in-process; the inventory will be updated periodically.

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Browse and view 127 catalogs from exhibitions held at Stony Brook University.  

History
Stony Brook University is home to several diverse art galleries and spaces that exhibit art. The university has a long tradition of curating and hosting exhibitions of emerging, renowned, faculty, and student artists dating back to the mid-1960s. It also has permanent works of art installed in both interior spaces and outside amongst the grounds. 

The first gallery on the Stony Brook campus was housed in the Humanities building, which was one of the first buildings to be built. Later, gallery spaces were created in the library and the Stony Brook Union.

The gallery in the Fine Arts Building was established in 1975 when the building was opened; it was named the Fine Arts Center Art Gallery. On October 22, 1988, the name was changed to the University Art Gallery. This change coincided with the renaming of the Fine Arts Building to the Staller Center for the Arts. On April 4, 2013 in appreciation of the generosity of university benefactors Alice Zuccaire and the Paul W. Zuccaire Foundation, this gallery was dedicated and renamed the Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery. 

Today, several art galleries and spaces exhibit artwork at Stony Brook University. This research is in-process; the list will be updated periodically.

Galleries

Grounds

Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center (Stony Brook Foundation)