January 25 – April 13, 2014
On any given day in the U.S., approximately 70,000 young people are in juvenile detention or correctional facilities. This project by photographer Richard Ross documents the placement and treatment
of American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist and, occasionally, harm them. To date, the project includes photographs and interviews with more than 1,000
juveniles at over 200 facilities in 31 states in the U.S., from detention, correction, and treatment facilities to group homes, police departments, and courtrooms.
January 25–March 23, 2014
On Repeat brings together a diverse range of artwork from the Ulrich’s collection that demonstrates how artists use repetition in ways that go beyond pure formalism.
January 25–April 13, 2014
In 1916, Frederick J. Waugh (1861-1940), a noted American marine painter, published a children’s book that he both wrote and illustrated entitled The Clan of Munes. The Ulrich
owns all twenty-eight original drawings for the book that will be exhibited with two “mune” creatures created by Waugh out of the scrub trees of Monhegan Island, Maine.
March 8–April 20, 2014
Ulrich Underground: Grafly Gallery
How has the Internet affected issues of ownership and public access in the 21st century? In FREE TEXTS, Stephanie Syjuco calls attention to this issue by bringing together over 80 academic
texts that have been uploaded to the Internet and made available to readers at no cost.