Current Exhibits

Three Generations: Moving Beyond Boundaries

Showing: March 6 – April 1

Artist Reception: March 10, 5 – 7 pm

This exhibition showcases three different approaches to the question of place. The experience of displacement becomes sublimated; all three artists carry their worlds within, irrespective of their geographic location. Yet each finds a distinct path, transcending limitations of language and focusing on their individual gift of imagination, sharing their worlds of possibilities and transformation.

Participating Artists: Vladimir Dikarev, Natasha Dikareva, & Anya Dikareva

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Alison Moncrieff: I See You 

Showing: November 28, 2017 – TBA

Showing at: Salon 1757

This series – I See You – is a meditation on loss, transformation, and the fluidity of identity. I see empty dresses, empty clothing, as representing what is mourned, transmuting, or being born. The dresses are space-holders for the self.

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Upcoming Exhibits

Pamela Blotner: Refuge

Showing: April 3 – April 29

Artist Reception: April 14, 5 – 7 pm

Every day we are bombarded with disturbing images of displaced people fleeing or driven from their homes because of ethnic cleansing, poverty, and climate change.   But what does “refuge” mean? Refuge from whom, and from what?  If a haven is found, is it truly safe and can it last?  Can lives be rebuilt? And dreams pursued, if refuge is denied or taken away?

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9 Myanmar Artists – Speaking Out

Showing: April 10 – April 29

Artist Reception: April 14, 5 – 7 pm

Nine contemporary Myanmar artists explore urgent issues challenging their country today. Htein Lin, Ko Z, Kyi Wynn, Nge Lay, Phyu Mon, Soe Yu Nwe, Cynthia Thient Soe, Zoncy and ZZDD, who explore a range of human rights issues, including civil conflict, repression, displacement, and environmental exploitation.

Curated by Mie Preckler and Pamela Blotner. The exhibition is inspired by the Artists Beyond Boundaries exhibition and workshop Project that Blotner and Preckler brought to the American Center of the U.S. Embassy and Pansodan Center Art Scene in Yangon, Myanmar, in June, 2017.

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