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Seton Gallery

University of New Haven Seton Art Gallery
↓ Current:  Look | See,  Robert Rattner, UNH Faculty

 

Opening: May 7, 5-7 p.m. through August 1, 2014

 

From the perspective of a lone fish staring back at the viewer through a coral reef to a girl wearing a leopard print jacket while observing a serval cat, Robert Rattner’s photographs draw a direct relationship between the observer and the observed.  Look | See represents 30-years of the photographer’s career both nationally and internationally. 

 

HOURS:

M-TH 11 a.m.- 6 p.m.
F& SAT 12 p.m.- 4 p.m. until May 14, 2014.

Note: From May 14-August 1, the gallery will be available upon weekday appointments in room 208 of Dodds Hall.

SETON GALLERY is a triple L-shaped space nested within Dodds Hall. The gallery features the work of emerging artists, faculty, and students in solo exhibitions, group shows, and public projects. Seton strives to present seven exhibitions a year that reflect the University’s strategic plan of encouraging diversity and promoting interdisciplinary practices.

If you are an interested artist and would like to apply to be included in an exhibition at Seton or on the UNH campus, send your CV, artist statement, bio, and proposal to the Director, Laura Marsh: lmarsh@newhaven.edu

  1. Visit

    The gallery is open while school is in session. As the gallery is staffed by students with demanding schedules, we strongly advise visitors traveling from a distance to call before visiting.  

    Phone: 203.931.6068

    Email: lmarsh@newhaven.edu

    Parking on the University of New Haven campus can be difficult. Our visitors often have better luck parking on Campbell Ave. There is a concrete staircase leading from Campbell Ave into Dodds Hall, and the gallery is right at the top of the stairs on the second floor.

    If arriving from the UNH main entrance off Boston Post Road, take the first left hand turn. Available parking can be found in front of Maxcy Hall. You may also follow the road around to parking near Bartels Hall Student Center. Click here for directions to the main campus.

  2. Seton Profile