Designed to create a dialogue about geometric abstraction, the University Center for the Artsâ€™ new exhibit, â€œEssential Forms: Intricate Meanings of Geormetric Abstractionâ€ opened last week at the University Art Museum.
This exhibit communicates this idea through a combination of sculptures, paintings and drawings, said Keith Jentzsch, Programs and Exhibition coordinator for UCA.
Pieces involving geometric abstraction, he said, are often overlooked and underappreciated.
The artwork selected for this exhibit is all a part of the universityâ€™s permanent art collection and aim to show the deeper side of geometric abstraction, Jentzsch said.
Depending on the exhibit and what the museum has available in its permanent collection, he said, it will display both pieces that are owned by CSU as well as works that may be on loan from other places.