October 7, 2016 – January 22, 2017
Artwork from 2000 to present influenced by pop art and social movements
Art Center/Gallery, Delaware State University
October 6 – November 16, 2016
The artist’s early works of the 1960s and 1970s focusing on architectural studies
Known throughout the contemporary art circles of New York, Washington, DC and Los Angeles, Clark Fox has been critiquing modern culture with stories of iconic characters, such as George Washington, Chef from the animated South Park and The Planters Company Mr. Peanut, for over forty years.
Friday, October 7
Opening Reception at the Biggs Museum
5 – 7 p.m. | Free with Admission
Enjoy the exhibition, refreshments, beer and wine.
Saturday, October 22
Meet the Artist Tour
Biggs Museum | Free with Admission
Artist Clark Fox will give a presentation and tour focused on the political influences that shaped his socially charged work.
Thursday, November 3
Panel Discussion: Artists & Academics
The Art of Politics and the Politics of Art
Delaware State University* | Free
Panel discussion with artist Clark Fox and three DSU professors focused on the intersection of the arts / humanities and social protest movements.
*Location: Martin Luther King Jr. Student CenterFor directions to the Clark Fox exhibition at Delaware State University click here
Saturday, November 19
Arts & Social Justice
11 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Biggs Museum | $15/$10 for members (includes lunch)
Set of two lectures featuring Colette Gaitor, faculty at the University of Delaware, and Michael Kalmbach, founder of the Creative Vision Factory, discussing recent artistic reactions to topics in the elections, social protest movements and mass media. Registration is required. Register here.
Saturday, January 14, 2017
Free with Admission
The Director of the American University Museum will contextualize Clark Fox’s artwork within the historical, economic and cultural background of Washington, DC of the 1960s through the 1990s.