This Virtual Artist/Curator talk features Guest Curator Kate Petley and Exhibiting Artists from The Stubborn Influence of Painting.
Bringing together a diverse group of nine artists from across the U.S. and London, this exhibition examines how the history of painting acts as a silent collaborator in the work of artists who create in other mediums. The influence of painting connects these artists directly and indirectly, establishing common ground in unexpected ways.
The works on view include photography, textiles, ceramics, video, and mixed-media constructions.
Exhibiting Artists include: Philip V. Augustin, peter campus, Naomi Cohn, Steven Frost, Alexandra Hedison, Nikolai Ishchuk, Garry Noland, Gelah Penn, and Altoon Sultan.
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Image: Gelah Penn, Stele #6 (detail), 2019, lenticular plastic, polyester mesh, vinyl, plastic garbage bags, mylar, velcro, staples, eyelets, and t-pins, 86” x 46” x 6”. Courtesy of the artist.