Gathering Differences
National Artists Exhibition

GALLERIES I II & III

Julia Kim Smith, Lady Chinky Eyes Papa John's Reciept, 2016, Archival pigment print on rice paper, mounted on a cotton-canvas-drawer-liner scroll (plain wood dowel rods), 36 x 16 inches

Julia Kim Smith, Lady Chinky Eyes Papa John's Reciept, 2016, Archival pigment print on rice paper, mounted on a cotton-canvas-drawer-liner scroll (plain wood dowel rods), 36 x 16 inches

 

May 25 - June 25, 2017

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 25, 6-8pm
DUMBO Art Walk: Thursday, June 1, 6-8pm

A.I.R. Gallery is pleased to present our annual National Artists exhibition Gathering Differences with work selections made by Helga Christoffersen, Assistant Curator at the New Museum, NY. Though their practices are as varied as the artists themselves, in this exhibition we can identify three interconnected threads of work: the use of the human body, the relationship of the body or self to its environment, and the formation of identity that comes from this relationship. 

ARTISTS: Hend Al-Mansour (Minneapolis, MN), Rae Broyles (Roswell, GA), d'Ann de Simone (New Haven, CT and East Lansing, MI), Dani Dodge (Los Angeles, CA), Shannon Forrester (Somerville, MA), Alisa Henriquez (East Lansing, MI), Jody Joldersma (Seattle, WA), Julia Kim Smith (Baltimore, MD), Mimi Oritsky (Philadelphia, PA), Patty Smith (Philadelphia, PA), Ann Stoddard (Adelphi, MI), Amy Swartele (Potsdam, NY), Vicky Tomayko (Truro, MA), Erin Wiersma (Manhattan, KS), Joo Yeon Woo (Boulder, CO), Mineko Yoshida (Charlottesville, VA).

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