Photographs, Drawing, Sculpture from Studio Art Majors Displayed

"Thesis Art 2014" is on display through May 24 at the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery. The reception, honoring Class of 2014 studio art majors, will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. May 24. Pictured are Hannah May Knudsen’s archival image prints selected from “The Apron." Her photographs capture horseracing culture in present-day United States.

An exhibit titled “Thesis Art 2014″ was on display through May 24 at the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery. Class of 2014 studio art majors were honored at the reception. Pictured are Hannah May Knudsen’s archival image prints selected from “The Apron.” Her photographs capture horseracing culture in present-day United States.

Nathaniel Elmer, who completed his thesis, beat_space, in architecture, is displaying his images titled “3 photographs."

Nathaniel Elmer, who completed his thesis, beat_space, in architecture, displayed his images titled “3 photographs.”

Rebecca Schisler ’14’s painting, “Field notes and personal Hieroglyphs”, selected from the larger Out of Line: Paintings collection examine optical spontaneity at “the intersection of reference and abstraction”.

Rebecca Schisler’s paintings, selected from her larger “Out of Line: Paintings” collection examine optical spontaneity at “the intersection of reference and abstraction.”

Allison Greenwald ’14 piece “hid(d)en” examines intimate conversation in the digital age.

Allison Greenwald’s piece, titled “hid(d)en,” examines intimate conversation in the digital age.

Jessie Loo's artwork is taken from a larger collection of digital paintings titled “Sanguine.”

Jessie Loo’s artwork is taken from a larger collection of digital paintings titled “Sanguine.”

Alex Ely Ginsberg ’14’s senior thesis “@gutenburg” takes on the form of a performance dedicated to a (brief) history of communication technology.

Alex Ely Ginsberg’s senior thesis, titled “@gutenburg,” takes on the form of a performance dedicated to a (brief) history of communication technology.

Julia Drachman ’14 dynamic selection from “afterpiece” illustrates fluidity within shape in architecture.

Julia Drachman ’14 dynamic selection from “afterpiece” illustrates fluidity within shape in architecture. (Photos by Olivia Drake)