Recap: Jonathan VanDyke Brings Art of Observance Art to Museum
In a time where art is viewed for an average of 17 seconds, the Columbus Museum is delighted to present a recap of The Patient Eye, a live performance and exhibition by artist Jonathan VanDyke.
VanDyke is an internationally recognized visual and performing artist whose pieces often allude to the work week or make reference to commonplace activities, blown up to theatrical proportions. His 48-hour durational performance began April 5.
Live Video Coverage
Photos from the Curatorial Roundtable and Community Talkback
Jonathan VanDyke’s exhibition “The Patient Eye” is on view in our Leebern gallery now through June 17. Check out the images below of his show and follow this link to read more about this exhibition.