Sunday, January 07, 2007

January Exhibits at AAC

Fresh Paint: Process and Possibility
Through January 27, 2007
Fresh Paint explores the work of fourteen Mid-Atlantic painters focusing on process and materials as a means of questioning present-day reality. While they clearly take pleasure in the physicality of paint itself, the artists utilize a variety of alternative materials such as resin, glue, milk, henna, latex, clay and even robotics. At times they utilize unusual techniques which forego the use of a brush or canvas: paint skins are manipulated into sculptural forms, house paint is worked with power tools, needles and syringes are used to inject paint into resin.

Exhibiting artists are: Anthony Brock, Byron Clercx, Eric Finzi, Pat Goslee, Christopher P. Hoeting, Tati Kaupp, Kevin Kepple, Isabel Manalo, Michael Materese, Cara Ober, Susan Palmisano, Stefan Prosky, Lynda Ray, Shinji Turner-Yamamoto. This exhibition was curated by AAC Curator Carol Lukitsch. A catalogue accompanies this exhibition.

Solo Exhibition: Roberto Bocci, Cycles, Elements, and Space in Between. An interactive multimedia installation, in our Chairmen’s Gallery.

Resident Studio Artist: Evan Reed, New and Recent Sculpture, in our Wyatt Gallery.

Sculpture on the Grounds: Millicent Young, GATE, installation in Clarendon Central Park. Presented in partnership with the Arlington Commission for the Arts and Arlington County’s Cultural Affairs Division. Through April 2007.

Sculpture on the Grounds also includes the continuation of Insight Out on the grounds of the AAC, featuring work by Laura Amussen, Jackson Martin, and Renee Rendine.

Hours are Tuesday through Saturday, from 11 am to 5 pm. For more information, call (703) 248.6800 or The AAC is located at 3550 Wilson Blvd., in Arlington, VA, just off the Virginia Square-GMU Metro stop on the Orange line.


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