- upcoming exhibitions -
Natalia Arbelaez Emily Connell Jennifer Ling Datchuk Christina Erives April D. Felipe Raven Halfmoon Margaret Kinkeade Natalie Kuenzi Courtney M. Leonard Amanda Schneider Maura Wright
Curated by Akira SatakE.
CERAMIC Ikebana Vessels
Presented by the District Clay Gallery, Ikebana International and the Japanese Information and Cultural Center.
Birdie Boone Peter Callas Michael Hunt and Naomi Dalglish Erica Iman
Jan McKeachie Johnston Randy Johnston Ani Kasten Simon Levin
Sangjoon Park Tim Rowan Jeff Shapiro Catherine White
*The exhibition opens at the Japanese Information and Cultural Center on August 24th and moves to the District Clay Gallery on Oct. 9th
- EXHIBITION STATEMENT -
It can be trickery, but it isn’t a mistake. It cannot be an accident, confusion, or even a misunderstanding. Lying is a material. If crafted with seamless skill, intention, and precision...maybe poorly crafted, unimaginative, and careless… can make you the President of the United States.
This group exhibition, veiled, pieces together the complexities of intention and intricate details of story telling. A few of the works are shameless in their pursuit for truth, exposing, pointing, and commemorating the unjust foolery. Others nod to the history of art and sub-culture humor slithering below the surface of mainstream fame and watered down provocation.
We’ve reached a point as humans where our ability to control and deceive has infiltrated the depths of government, commerce, culture, communication, and togetherness. No one and everyone know who’s to blame. Reality itself is difficult to discern.
Who knew that truth could take so long?
- prior exhibitions -
mastery in woodfire
FEATURING 43 NATIONAL AND REGIONAL ARTISTS
a joe hicks juried exhibition