Looking Into Andy Warhol’s Photographic Practice

From February 25, 2009 to April 18, 2009The USC Fisher Museum of Art proudly presents a selection of the museum’s most recent acquisition of 100 original Polaroid photographs and 50 original black and white gelatin silver prints dating from 1972 to 1985 granted through the Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program. These photographs were given to…

Cynthia Minet: Beast of Burden

September 2-October 10, 2015 “Beast of Burden” features illuminated, life-size, mixed media sculptures and drawings of domesticated animals from Cynthia Minet’s series ‘Unsustainable Creatures.’ The exhibition draws upon the artist’s ongoing reflection on the complicated relationships and dependence humans have with the world we inhabit, and continued interest in scientific and ecological issues. It also…

Victor Raphael, Travels and Wanderings 1979-2009

From September 9, 2009 to December 19, 2009 This exhibition will feature work from the last 30 years and will include paintings, Polaroids, video, and interactive technologies. Work from the ongoing Space Field series will be included as well as work from Japan, Paris, Turkey, Mexico and Alaska. The exhibit will also feature work from…

Posing Beauty in African American Culture

September 7-December 3, 2011 Deborah Willis, Curator Posing Beauty in African American Culture explores the contested ways in which African and African American beauty have been represented in historical and contemporary contexts through a diverse range of media including photography, film, video, fashion, advertising, and other forms of popular culture such as music and the…

Seven Decades of Collecting: Celebrating the USC Fisher Museum of Art

From December 3, 2008 to February 7, 2009 USC celebrates the renaming of its AAM-accredited art museum, formerly known as the USC Fisher Gallery, by showcasing some of the museum’s most prized possessions as well as recent acquisitions ranging from 16th century European paintings to 21st century Spanish and Latin American art.. Organized by USC…

re:View, A Curatorial Intervention

From March 27 to April 17, 2010 Armed with original research and innovative ideas, five undergraduates will re-curate the Fisher Museum’s current show, Four Rooms and a View: USC’s Collection Highlights. Their resulting exhibition, re:View, is a thought-provoking reinterpretation of selected works in USC’s permanent collection which presents new perspectives on traditional curatorial practice. re:View…

Four Rooms and a View: USC’s Collection Highlights

From January 27 to April 17, 2010;CLOSED March 12-March 26, 2010 Four Rooms and a View: USC’s Collection Highlights showcases several exceptional areas of the museum’s collection. On view will be our well-known old master and contemporary landscape paintings and lesser-known works by contemporary Mexican masters, Marta Palau and Demi├ín Flores. This showcase illustrates the…

Variations on a Theme

A major exhibition of works from the private collections of Mary Margaret and Harry W. Anderson, comprising some of the finest prints from the second half of the 20th century, will be on view at the USC Fisher Gallery from February 15, 2006 through April 15, 2006. Variations on a Theme: American Prints from Pop…

MATCH Dual Presence

From February 15, 2006 to April 15, 2006 USC Fisher Gallery debuts Match dual presence, on February 15, 2006. The exhibition is on view through April 15, 2006. Organized by curator Olga Margarita Dvila from Artte.com, this is the first major United States solo exhibition of Mexican artist Demian Flores Cortes, who is regarded by…

The One and the Many

From April 24-May 11, 2012 This year, the Dean of the USC Roski School of Fine Arts, Rochelle Steiner, with USC Roski School faculty members Jennifer West and Chris Barnard, will co-curate the exhibition. The works in the student exhibition at the USC Fisher Museum of Art represent the full range of courses at the…