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Spring 2015 Photography Exhibit on Display Now at Kilmer Library

January 26, 2015
Photograph From the "Museum" series by Delfina Picchio.

From the "Museum" series by Delfina Picchio.

Rutgers University Libraries are pleased to announce the spring 2015 exhibit at Kilmer Library, Rutgers University–New Brunswick.  On display will be a solo exhibit of three photograph series by Delfina Picchio, entitled In Red, The Blues, and Museum.

Each series includes carefully considered subjects and color tones.  In Red and The Blues focus on the relationships between colors and human emotions, with red connoting sensuality and blue representing the feeling of isolation.  Museum depicts an international trip through some of the world’s most iconic museums, exploring the differing styles of art and architecture.

Delfina Picchio is a first-year student at Mason Gross School of the Arts studying visual arts with a double major in English.  Her photographs have appeared at the Con Artist Gallery in New York City.  Learn more about the artist and her work here.

All members of the Rutgers community and the general public are welcome to view the exhibit, located on the main floor of Kilmer Library near the reference desk.  It is free and open for viewing during regular hours of operation.  The photographs will be on display through Monday, May 4.

For additional information, please contact exhibit curator Kim Kaiser at 848-445-3620 or kkaiser@rulmail.rutgers.edu.