Grinnell has lost a beloved, dedicated member of the community.
The Faulconer Gallery: A resource for all disciplines.
Faulconer Gallery invites visitors to share comments on paintings, prints, and sculptures from across the globe.
Posters and lithographs by Toulouse-Lautrec and others join Faulconer Gallery collection.
Faulconer Gallery exhibition “Against Reason: Anti/Enlightenment Prints by Callot, Hogarth, Piranesi and Goya,” explores the darker side of the Enlightenment, opens Friday, April 3.
Artist Faheem Majeed discusses a multifaceted South Side Chicago installation and screens the film “Medium Cool.”
Bachelor of Arts Exhibition (BAX) — April 10–May 3, 2015 — features works in the creative arts by students at Grinnell.
In 2001, The Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, acquired more than 70 German Expressionist prints from the collection of John L. and Roslyn Bakst Goldman of Rochester, NY. Since then, the Goldmans have formed a new collection of prints by international contemporary artists. This exhibition will feature both collections side-by-side, demonstrating the Goldmans’ continued interests in cutting-edge printmaking and their fidelity to Expressionist ideals, including a wide variety of printing processes, masterful technique, and challenging subject matter.
Gordon Parks was born into poverty and segregation in Fort Scott, Kansas, in 1912. An itinerant laborer, he worked as a brothel pianist and railcar porter, among other jobs, before buying a camera at a pawnshop, training himself, and becoming a photographer. In addition to his tenures photographing for the Farm Security Administration (1941-1945) and Life Magazine (1948-1972), Parks also found success as a film director, writer and composer.