Mathias Kessler  (MFA AP13) was selected from 818 applicants, and his work is displayed alongside 117 artists from around the world for The Spring Exhibition–one of Europe’s most important juried exhibitions. Since 1857 it has been one of the annual highlights of Kunsthal Charlottenburg’s exhibition program, which presents a range of art, architecture and design works. Kessler’s sunset banner greets visitors as the outdoor centerpiece of the museum’s main entrance. For more information on the Kunsthal Charlottenburg follow this  link .

Mathias Kessler (MFA AP13) was selected from 818 applicants, and his work is displayed alongside 117 artists from around the world for The Spring Exhibition–one of Europe’s most important juried exhibitions. Since 1857 it has been one of the annual highlights of Kunsthal Charlottenburg’s exhibition program, which presents a range of art, architecture and design works. Kessler’s sunset banner greets visitors as the outdoor centerpiece of the museum’s main entrance. For more information on the Kunsthal Charlottenburg follow this link.

DAVID ROSS and MATHIAS KESSLER on Nowhere to be Found

Mathias Kessler  (MFA AP13) and  David Ross  (MFA Chair) will discuss Mathias Kessler’s recent Hatje Cantz publication,  Nowhere to Be Found . The presentation will be hosted by founding chair Steven Madoff, Thursday, March 31st, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the CP Projects Space at the School of Visual Arts. The CP Projects Space is located within the MA Curatorial Practice space at 132 West 21st Street, 10th floor New York, NY 10011.

Mathias Kessler (MFA AP13) and David Ross (MFA Chair) will discuss Mathias Kessler’s recent Hatje Cantz publication, Nowhere to Be Found. The presentation will be hosted by founding chair Steven Madoff, Thursday, March 31st, 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at the CP Projects Space at the School of Visual Arts. The CP Projects Space is located within the MA Curatorial Practice space at 132 West 21st Street, 10th floor New York, NY 10011.