Thu. June 9, 2016
ICOSA is a diverse group of artists who have come together to pursue cooperative exhibition opportunities in a collective setting. They are: Terra Goolsby, Jonas Criscoe, Brooke Gassiot, Erin Cunnigham, Kate Csillagi, David Bae, Betelhem Makonnen, Sara Vanderbeek, Andrea DeLeon, Adrian Aguilera, Katy Horan, Jenn Wilson, Anna Pedersen, Amanda McInerney, Micah Evans, Elaine I-Ling Shen, Jennifer Balkan, Matt Rebholtz, Alyssa Taylor Wendt and Teruko Nimura.
ICOSA Collective: Part 2 exhibition open until June 26.
Thu. June 9, 2016
With 446 entries examining some 550 works of figural, architectural, and decorative sculpture in 27 museums and public institutions, this volume continues Census of Gothic Sculpture in America started by Dorothy Gillerman in 1989. In addition to such large and well-known collections as the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Glencairn Museum, smaller collections and those not known for their medieval works, like the Barnes Foundation and the Explorers Club, are also inventoried. Generously supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Getty Foundation, this book includes entries by 35 authors writing on works in their areas of specialization.
Sat. June 4, 2016
Xochi Solis (B.F.A. in Studio Art, 2005) presents work in a three-person exhibition, Extended Technique, at MASS Gallery. The exhibition will be on view April 29 – June 4, 2016.
Tue. May 31, 2016
This major exhibition explores how comedy is important in shaping meaning, and how it can help us negotiate the complexities of everyday life.
What we find funny can be cruel and hateful, it can establish symbolic boundaries that divide people into distinct groups, setting those with power against those without and vice-versa. But it is also a way of binding people together; providing consolation, a sense of shared experience and a powerful weapon of resistance.
Double Act presents the multiple forms of the comedic as it is manifest through the experience of contemporary art. Drawing together artists from diverse cultural and political contexts, each of whom share an interest in humour as a resource with which to animate their art practice and connect with an audience, both local and international, this exhibition will explore questions of cultural distinctiveness in an increasingly globalised world.
This project is staged across both the MAC’s galleries, and the galleries at the Bluecoat in Liverpool, with each venue presenting a different line up of artists simultaneously.
The exhibition will be on view until July 31, 2016.