Take a virtual tour of Demetrius Oliver: Canicular led by Jensen Bryan Curator, John Caperton in this beautiful video made by Greenhouse Media.
Join us Tuesday, January 28 at 5:30pm to hear Ian Berry speak on the early history of museums as a way to explore contemporary artists’ interdisciplinary interests in discovery and wonder, including the work of Demetrius Oliver. Oliver’s sculpture Orrery was the centerpiece of the … Read More
As part of The Print Center’s new year of innovative exhibitions, Canicular starts off 2014 on an unprecedented note. Demetrius Oliver: Canicular will transform The Print Center’s galleries into an observatory and including a live telescope projection of Sirius, the brightest star in the … Read More
Perigee, 2010 In February 2011 Oliver installed his work Perigee at the Everson Museum of Art at Syracuse University. A perigee is the point in outer space where an object traveling around the Earth, such as a satellite or … Read More
Orrery, 2011 Demetrius Oliver has become known for creating elegant, improvisatory, site-specific installations using photography, sculpture and video to record the act of sidereal observation itself. His work draws heavily on a variety of disparate intellectual interests related to … Read More
The Print Center is delighted to have major project support for Demetrius Oliver: Canicular from The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage. Their support is singular in so many ways – not the least of which is the generous amount which they … Read More
Messier, 2013 In January 2014, The Print Center will premiere Canicular: Demetrius Oliver, a major newly commissioned work by the artist. As the curator of the exhibition, I have had the pleasure of working with Oliver over the last three … Read More