Brian Jarvi’s African Menagerie

| September 29, 2017 | Leave a Comment

Brian Jarvi
 African Menagerie | Completed Seven Segment Arc Housed in Walnut Cabinetry 32 Feet Wide by 14 Feet High

The backstory of AFRICAN MENAGERIE consists of a calculated subtext intended to dramatize the urgency of the moment to save not just the great iconic species of Africa, but also wildlife across all of our shrinkingly-diverse enironmentally-threatened planet.

In Brian Jarvi’s African Menagerie, a museum tour produced by David J. Wagner LLC, “seven large panoramic panels form a sweeping, grand panorama of the African savannah and the animal kingdom contained therein.” Jarvi’s work was featured in an article by Todd Wilkinson written for the MAHB Art Blog: Wildlife Art as a Rallying Cry in a Time of Mass Extinction. You can learn more about African Menagerie through the exhibition prospectus.

The tour will be taking African Menagerie to the Sternberg Museum of Natural History at Fort Hays State University in Kansas from October 1- December 21, 2017. From there it will continue on to museums in New Jersey and Ohio. Additional dates are available beginning August 15, 2018. The full itinerary is shared below.



October 1 – December 21, 2017
Sternberg Museum of Natural History, Fort Hays State University, KS

January 20 – April 5, 2018
Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum, Oradell, NJ

April 26 – July 15, 2018
Canton Museum of Art, Canton, OH

Additional Dates available, beginning August 15, 2018


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