Sam Messer

*1955

Sam Messer is Associate Dean and professor at the Yale University School of Art, and 
Director of the Yale Norfolk Summer Art Program. His paintings and animations have been shown in numerous solo exhibitions in the US, most recently at the BRIC HOUSE Brooklyn. The Art Institute of Chicago, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and many more have collected his art. He is also known for his numerous renditions of Paul Auster's typewriter.

Artist of the B3 Exhibition ON DESIRE

Reflecting of Red Darkness, 1982-2017

An animated film using stop motion and made entirely with hand colored, unique etchings, relating to the first two stanza's of Denis Johnson's poem; RED DARKNESS. Narration by Liev Schreiber, music by Colin Stetson. The original poem was written for the artist’s paintings in 1982.

More information: www.sammesser.com

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Re-Animators: a Panel on Desire

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Re-Animators: a Panel on Desire Panel