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Straddling the edge between image and object, Barr and Rice’s work draws on our understanding of visual boundaries and their transgression.
In Hull’s work, historical archaeology is referenced through the appearance of ancient ruins, artifacts, statues, and sketchbook images from his travels to such places. But there also an existential archeology present; one that leads towards recovering personal experience in the here and now.
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Fawn Krieger explores ideas of materiality, civics, and the illimitable through sculpture, drawing, and performance. Arriving at the convergence of environment and intuition, her work appears as a means of understanding how the universe works through its physicality, social interaction, and their metaphysical implications.
This show, featuring the influential work of American photographer, film director, composer, and writer Gordon Parks, spans the gallery’s two locations on 20th and 24th street and highlights—in both intimate and exquisite form—the realities of the Black experience in America during the mid-to-late 20th century.