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***SHOW HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO OPEN NEXT SATURDAY, JULY 14TH, 6-9PM DUE TO EXTREMELY HOT WEATHER!*** Hope you can stop by next week.
I am so excited to show photographs from “Conversations with my therapist" in this exhibition featuring recent MICA graduates! Please come to the opening on Saturday, July 14 from 6-9pm at the Brickhaus art space. RSVP on Facebook! See you there!
On view July 7-28, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday, July 14th, 6-9pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, July 28th, 6-9pm
BrickHaus Art Space | 2602 Greenmount Ave. Baltimore, MD 21218 |
BrickHaus Art Space Organizes Exhibition of Artworks by Recent MICA Graduates
Induction is on view from July 7 – 28 at BrickHaus Art Space, 2602 Greenmount Ave., Baltimore, Maryland
BrickHaus Art Space presents Induction, a juried exhibition of works by 15 recent graduates of Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA). Jurors Adam Farkas, Kyle Freeman, and Ben Graham-Putter selected the works from the 2012 Commencement Exhibition at MICA. To be eligible, artists had to register for jurying the week before MICA’s Artwalk, an event where art-lovers, and collectors come together to meet artists and view incredible artwork by nearly 400 graduating seniors.
“The idea came naturally to us. Here we have 400 of the nation’s freshest and most talented artists all in one place. Selecting works during ArtWalk presented us (the jurors) with the unique opportunity not only to view works in person, but also to talk with the artists about their techniques and processes,” says juror Kyle Freeman, Gallery Manager at Maryland Federation of Art.
“Our idea for this show was to Induct young artists from MICA into the art world and help them continue their momentum as they transition into life after school.” Says Ben Graham-Putter, Co-Founder of BrickHaus
Roman Arevalo, Raj Bunnag, Cori Burton, Rafael Corzo, Lilli Fisher, Michelle Gomez, Kat Hicks, Hannah Hill, Yerin Kim, Amy Leggin, Xavier McNellage, Shelby Seu, Nick Simko, Andy Vible, Gabrielle Vitollo”
Dear friends, family and colleagues,
I am so excited to share my new digital photographs with you in my first solo exhibition. I hope to see you at the opening this Friday, March 9, 2012, 5-7 pm in the Gateway Gallery at the Maryland Institute College of Art. For those of you who are not in the area, please visit my website to see the series, Everyone In The Family Feels It. RSVP on Facebook here.
Anthropologist Walter Goldschmidt states, “That with war, as with all matters cultural, the society shapes natural human capacities and potentialities to its accepted purposes, reinforcing some and suppressing others…by systematically rewarding and punishing, by indoctrinating youth, creating role models to be emulated, and honoring those who perform well.” Everyone in the Family Feels It is a series of photographs that explore the missing father figure within the military lifestyle of my sister‘s family. The father’s absence affects the whole family.
Everyone in the Family Feels It
Reception: Friday, March 9, 5-7pm
On View: March 5-30, 2012
Gateway Gallery One
1601 W Mount Royal Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217
Image Caption: Michelle Gomez, Untitled, Digital C Print, 20” x 24”, 2011