Impression & Projection: The Phantasmagoria in the Art of Goya, Robertson, and Méliès

April 24 - May 15, 2014

In this exhibition, the significance of phantasmagoria as a source of artistic inspiration in the works of three influential artists in European art is explored. These artists are Francisco Goya (1746 – 1828), Étienne-Gaspard Robertson (1763 – 1837), and George Méliès (1861 – 1938). Through the display of prints and projections, this presentation compares the artists’ elaborations of phantasmagorical subject matter to develop new visual experiences.

Join us for the opening reception
Thursday, April 24, 2014, 5pm - 7pm
Gallery talk at 6:00pm
UWM Library - West wing 1st floor (by Grind Cafe)