SMALL + SEDUCTIVE, the current exhibition at the Albany Institute of History and Art, includes 2 monoprints by Sage Professor of Art, Harold Lohner. Drawn from its extensive permanent collection, the show features “intimate, occasionally intricate, but always intriguing, small works of art [that] invite us to step close and peer into their spatially bounded world.”
Lohner’s prints are from his First Aid series, among his earliest monoprints completed during a residency at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs. The show also includes works by other Sage faculty: Professor Emerita Willie Marlowe, Professor Emeritus William B. Schade (1945-2008) and Associate Professor Gayle Johnson (1953-1995). SMALL + SEDUCTIVE runs through September 28 at the Washington Avenue museum.