From the Fringe
Seven emerging women artists working across mediums draw with a diversity of materials such as rubber, brick, ribbon, hay bale twine, match sticks and paint, construct spaces that combine the delicate and the rough. In various literal and abstract manifestations, this exhibit reveals melancholy, humorous, and defiant reflections on the points of departure that tether them to this time.
From the Fringe brings together selections of work from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro’s 2016 MFA class. Through a diverse and eclectic series of works grounded in the voices that defined each of these young women from Serbia, Barbados, and the Midwest to the South the voices that ground them tie them inextricably to home. Ivana Beck finds ways to describe her fragile relationship to family and country as an immigrant from Serbia. Growing up on a farm in Virginia, Alex Soler describes her most formative relationship being with her horse, those tactile, sensory, and non-verbal impressions are imbedded in her sculptural language.
August 4, 2016End Date
August 20, 2016Hours
12:00 PM - 06:00 PMAddress
A.I.R. GALLERY 155 Plymouth Street Brooklyn, NY 11201Event Type