I just returned from an energizing week in Philadelphia, where I gave an artists lecture at The Print Center, followed by a conversation with their curator, Ksenia Nouril. The following day I gave an artist talk at the University of the Arts. My exhibition, CARGAMONTÓN, is on view at The Print Center through March 30th.
Work at Oxbow is going strong, here are some new installations of new and existing work.
From January 4-18, I will be in-residence at Oxbow, exhibiting both new and existing works in photography and sculpture. As he prepares for 3 major exhibitions across North America, Oxbow will serve as a laboratory for testing installations, documenting new work, packing and shipping. The doors will be open and the work will change every few days. Stop in!
Join us for an open house on January 12, 6-9PM during Georgetown's Art Attack.
Presented with support from the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.
CARGAMONTÓN | The Print Center, Philadelphia
January 17–March 30, 2019
Reception: January 17 — 6–9PM
Artist Lecture: January 23 — 6PM
CARGAMONTÓN | Burrard Arts Foundation, Vancouver
January 18–March 23, 2019
Reception: January 18 — 7PM–12AM
Artist Lecture: March 2 — 1PM
Life Stand Still Here | Filter Space, Chicago
February 15–May 16, 2019
Reception: February 15 — 6–9PM
From January 4–18 I will be the artist-in-residence at Oxbow Seattle. As I prepare for multiple exhibitions, the space will function as a testing lab and shipping house. I will be exhibiting new works in photography in sculpture, testing new layouts and installations, and preparing for upcoming exhibitions. One can expect the space to shift and change every few days. Please stop in and say hello!