LATITUDES AND LONGITUDES

Curated by John Loscuito and Anica Sturdivant

ARTLAB October 13 - November 17, 2016

LIBRARY STUDY AREA October 13 - December 8, 2016


October 13  •  Opening Reception 5pm - 7pm

ARTLAB GALLERY and LIBRARY STUDY AREA

 

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ASG Technologies, headquartered in Naples, FL has recently donated over eighty works of art to the FGCU Art Galleries. This gift compliments FGCU Art Galleries’ growing collection of internationally recognized contemporary artists. Joseph Albers, Ilya Bolotowsky, John Buck and Judith Murray are a few of the artists represented in the gift. The works are diverse in the mediums represented including painting, printmaking, ceramics, mixed media sculpture and fiber arts.


In honor of the gift, FGCU Art Galleries will be displaying a fraction of the works in two locations, the ArtLab Gallery and the FGCU Library Study Area. On Thursday, October 13th there will be an opening reception to present the gift to the FGCU campus and to thank ASG Technologies. The works of art are of particular use to the students of FGCU in their studio research and understanding of art and visual culture.


ASG Technologies is a global software products provider enabling technology solutions from legacy to leading edge environments in today’s enterprise. Currently supporting thousands of customer installations worldwide, across multiple industries such as financial services, healthcare, telecommunications, retail, transportation, government and education, and manufacturing, the breadth of ASG’s product portfolio gives it a unique position to provide innovation for its customers in multiple technology areas.   For more information on ASG Technologies, visit www.asg.com.

Ilya Bolotowsky (Russian, 1907 - 1981), Untitled (Red Ellipse), 1985, Serigraph, 44.75 x 35”, Gift of ASG Technologies to Florida Gulf Coast University Art Galleries.