When Wonder Woman comes to my art show, I encouraged her to twirl in front of my lager to life homage to Wonder Woman….
Women’s Narratives: Brick City Blues
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 10 | 7pm – 9pm
Exhibition Dates: October 10 -13, 2019
Curated by: Atim Annette Oton
Women’s Narratives: Brick City Blues is an ode to, a celebration, a challenge and a questioning of women’s narratives in the context of a racial, socioeconomic and political paradigm shift of the body. This exhibition pivots on the notion of the artist’s inner voice, socio-political stance and metamorphosis in conept, material and technique.
FEATURED ARTISTS :
Alvaro Franco, Jacqueline Hernandez, Kelley Prevard, Amrisa Niranjan, LAS COLLITAS, Aminah Keith, Bithika Adhikary, Chase Walker, David James, Tiffany Williams, Simone Bailey Campbell, Kern Bruce, Sean Jamar, B. Curtis Grayson, III, Akil Roper, Anthony Gartmond, Cali Smith, Camila Crivelenti, Siona Benjamin, Elaine Shor, Danielle Richardson, Donchellee Fulwood, Kay Reese, Irene Christensen, Lawrence Ciarallo, Brynissa N. Francis, Ray Johnson, Redens Desrosiers, Margaret Rose Vendryes, Shoshana Weinberger, Steve Green, Theda Sandiford, Joshua Fennell, Heather Williams and Beverley McCutcheon.
Opening Reception: Friday, October 11 | 6pm – 11pm
Friday, October 11th: Opening reception and dance party 6-11PM
Saturday, October 12th: Buyers Brunch 10AM – 12 PM.
Sunday, October 13th: Closing Reception: 3PM- 6PM
Curated By: Armisey Smith
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 12 | 1PM – 5PM
Closing Reception: Saturday, October 26, 1PM-5PM
Curated by: Mary A. Valverde
Featured Artist(s): William Cordova, Esperanza Cortes, Oasa Duverney, Carol Pereira, Chloe Reison, Juan Sanchez, Sarah Tortora, and Ronny Quevedo.
A group exhibition of interdisciplinary artists’ projects that include a range of work including painting, sculpture, installations, site specific projects, and video projections. “gravity[tional]” is an exhibition that considers the OBJECT or noun definition, as well as the DESCRIPTIVE or adjective definition of the word GRAVITY or GRAVITATIONAL. Valverde makes use of the duality of the word to introduce select works of art made in response to the (adjective) severity or seriousness of a cause, political stance, protest, OR (noun) works of art made intently considering the physical qualities of materials and space, including weight, structure and innate or perceived forces of those materials. Through this exhibition and project space, Valverde brings together selected works by established and emerging artists that present the conceptual theme of “gravity[tional]”.