Alumni Stacy Gibboni’s Pursuit of Happiness during the 55th Venice Biennale 2013 side by side exhibitions in Venice & Treviso
The American Legion is pleased to present Et Al., an exhibition by 14 emerging artists from the Savannah College of Art and Design. On view from May 17 through May 24, 2013, the exhibition showcases an array of mediums and styles, ranging from classical and non-objective painting to sculpture, video, and installation.
The exhibition features new works by Danielle Aras, Megan Callaghan, Elizabeth Colland, Cory Elder, Julie Freund, Tricia Hebron, Daniela Izaguirre, Sean McGuire, Emily Perez, Jessica Pidcock, Jared Seff, Sujay Shah, Joseph Sharp, and Brian Sparrow.
Under the guidance of Professor Laura Mosquera, the artists use the exhibition to explore the themes of transitional state, no man’s land, the space in between, and suspension. While working in close conversation with one another, each artist employs a unique perspective and process to address the themes. The result is a dynamic collection of work that represents 14 different but interrelated interpretations of every aspect of the “in between.”
The American Legion Post 135, 1108 Bull St., Savannah, GA 31401
Just south of Forsyth Park at Bull Street and Park Ave. On-street parking
For more information contact Sean McGuire at email@example.com or 817.565.4896
In this group of works, the concept of breath was investigated through a range of materials and interpretations. IN-hale/EX-hale. Breathing is a necessity for life and ranges in tempo from slow and meditative to fast and hyperventilating. The act of breathing can be literal as in the organs that facilitate air flow in the body or more abstract as in the ocean waves ebbing and flowing – reminiscent of the motion of expanding and contracting breath. This group of emerging artists offer a variety of different visual translations of that which connects us all, breath.
New and exciting work from graduating seniors of the Savannah College of Art and Design’s painting program, IN/EX includes all new, never before shown work. Please join us for the opening reception on May 17th from 6-9pm. The Winsor & Newton and Liquitex Artist Outreach Program is a proud sponsor of IN/EX.
For further information, please contact Ashmore Gallery at (912) 201-9110 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashmore Gallery, 412 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Savannah, GA 31401, http://www.ashmoregallery.com
Steve Locke, Installation view of “you don’t deserve me” at SAMSON, Boston. Image by Stewart Clements. Courtesy of the artist and SAMSON, Boston
Artcore journal’s “Truth or Dare” series with Steve Locke:
If you haven’t already go see the Ridley Howard show at Pinnacle Gallery. It’s up until June 16th.
Here’s a link to an interview he did with Burnaway: http://burnaway.org/2013/01/considering-josef-albers-ridley-howard-at-scad-atlanta/
Current exhibitions around New York.