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From: Sandra Kraskin, Director, Sidney Mishkin Gallery
The current exhibition at Baruch College’s Sidney Mishkin Gallery is Global Perspectives: Photography as History, Sociology, and Art. The exhibition highlights an array of photographs drawn from the College’s collection. Photographs by twenty artists are featured in this show, including two beautiful photos by Professor Leonard Sussman who teaches photography at Baruch (see attached).
Located on the ground floor of Baruch's Administrative Center at 135 East 22nd Street, the Mishkin Gallery has offered small, museum-quality shows for over twenty-five years. Every year, the Gallery mounts five shows, emphasizing scholarly, multicultural, one-person and group shows, and exhibitions out of the American mainstream. The Gallery's permanent collection consists of over 300 artworks from the 20th century, featuring modern and contemporary paintings, sculpture, prints, and photographs.
Regularly the site of special class sessions, the Mishkin is a linchpin in the College's drive to encourage interdisciplinary education. Gallery talks and symposia are commonly offered to the College community as well as the public as part of exhibition schedules. If you would like to bring a class please call Sandra Kraskin to schedule a time (646) 660-6652.
Gallery Hours: Monday-Friday, Noon to 5pm; Thursday, Noon to 7pm
135 East 22nd Street, New York, NY 10010
Sandra Kraskin, Ph.D.
Director, Sidney Mishkin Gallery
135 East 22nd Street
New York, NY 10010