The depiction of human anatomy often brings to mind the precise illustrations found in the classic Gray’s Anatomy textbook. At the opposite end of the spectrum are contemporary artists who portray human anatomy through unconventional modes and techniques. A new Falk Library exhibit, Anatomy as Art, displays artistic interpretations of human anatomy via unique mediums (balloons, crochet, flower petals, edibles), as well as more familiar methods (photography, sculpture, paint). The exhibit is on display in the lobby outside the Falk Library entrance through May 31.
Posted in the May 2014 Issue