Dec 15, 6 - 8pm
This exhibition includes an extensive range of paintings, photos, and prints by Joan Goldin; and ceramic sculptures by Leigh Taylor Mickelson. Together, they show an extraordinary breadth of inspiration drawn from the forms of nature.
Co-curated by Leslee Asch and Alexis Abram
No. 32, Joan Goldin, Untitled Landscape, c. 2017. Oil on canvas, 60 in. x 72 in.
Three artists, Rodriguez Calero, Kevin Hetzel and Jason Noushin, probe the nature of identity through the medium of collage. By appropriating, fragmenting, layering, and unexpectedly juxtaposing images derived from personal and collective histories, each seeks to question socially imposed narratives and destabilize fixed notions of identity.
Co-curated by Kirsten Pitts and Isabelle Schiavi
Rodriguez Calero, Ecdysis, 2020. Collage, 10 in. x 12 in.
GLOW features four abstract artists: Ryan Crotty, Susan Meyer, Linda Kamille Schmidt, and Audrey Stone. These 2D and 3D artworks intersect with themes of color, transparency, process, and materiality. Ambient light plays upon color illuminating artworks that glow, pulsate, and float in space.
Curator: Ellen Hawley
Linda Kamille Schmidt, Swing, 2021. Fabric, 54 in. x 36 in. x 5 in.