Art Professor’s Work Reviewed in Art in America

"Painter 11a" Craig Drennen, 2011 image courtesy of the Saltworks Gallery

Congrats to Drawing & Painting Professor Craig Drennen (Welch School of Art & Design), whose recent show, Dramatis Personæ, at the Saltworks Gallery received a very favorable exhibition review in the most recent issue of Art in America. In this series of works and performances, Professor Drennen explores the meanings and characters in Timon of Athens, a rather obscure Shakespeare play which was never performed during The Bard’s lifetime.

  • To read the full Art in America review, just peruse the current issue, available in the Current Periodicals area on Library North 1.
  • View some of the images from the Dramatis Personæ show via the Saltworks Gallery website.
  • Want to find out more about Timon of Athens? The Library has some copies of the play available for checkout. There are also several digitized historical texts of the play within Eighteenth Century Collections Online. You can find all of these versions of the play, plus works about “Timon,” in the Library Catalog.
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