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Blog Post Tag: Exhibition

“Anne Labovitz: 122 Conversations: Person to Person Art Beyond Borders” by Mason Riddle

March 11, 2019 9:00 am

From its inception, 122 Conversations: Person to Person, Art Beyond Borders was about people, and how cross-cultural dialogue and the purposeful act of making art based on this dialogue could weave a tapestry of commonality. For artist Anne Labovitz, the project’s architect who is a native of Duluth, Minnesota, and lives and works in Saint Paul, communicating …

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“FEMAIL: AMPM (2.0) Review” by Lauren Sinner

October 5, 2018 9:00 am

This past summer, Bellevue Arts Museum (BAM) presented AMPM (2.0), an exhibition by the Seattle and Los Angeles-based fashion collective: FEMAIL. The show–which ran June 1st to September 30th, 2018–featured garments, textiles, childhood mementos, and keepsakes reinterpreted into new works of clothing, furniture, wall hangings, and sculpture. Collaborators Janelle Abbott and Camilla Carper work in …

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“East-West Conversations in Fiber” by Mirka Knaster

July 25, 2018 9:00 am

The exhibition East-West Conversations in Fiber opened earlier in July at Sierra Arts Gallery in Reno, Nevada, and features work by Miran Lim Lee, Youngmin Lee, Steph Rue, and Mirka Knaster. The show is on display until July 31st, 2018, so if you’re in the area, check it out before it’s down. Below is an …

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Refraction: New Photography of Africa and its Diaspora

May 28, 2018 9:00 am

Refraction is an ocular cleanse. The works in Refraction: New Photography of Africa and its Diaspora bridges the gap between Black stereotypes and Black reality. Curated by Cassandra Johnson (Steven Kasher Gallery Director) and Niama Safia Sandy (Independent Curator and Cultural Anthropologist) the exhibition presents a generation of photographic artists of African descent who portray …

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“EIP 2018: Family Matters” Call Now Open!

May 16, 2018 9:00 am

Surface Design Association is excited to begin accepting submissions for our 2018 International Exhibition In Print: Family Matters. Each year, the EIP showcases the breadth and depth of contemporary artists and designers working with or inspired by fiber art and/or textile-based materials, methods, and techniques. The work of selected artists are featured in the winter …

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Voor de draad ermee! (Well, get on with it!)

April 11, 2018 9:00 am

Embroidery, as an artistic craft has made a remarkable comeback. From domestic tools and quiet hobbies, embroidery is now a full-scale cultural movement, with many iterations taking place internationally. Voor de draad ermee! (Dutch translated to English: Well, get on with it!) features embroidered and embellished works by some of the top artists and fashion …

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Ugo Rondinone: “good evening beautiful blue” at The Bass

February 14, 2018 10:00 am

Ugo Rondinone’s good evening beautiful blue has just a few more days on display at the The Bass in Miami Beach, Florida (closes February 19th, 2018). Spanning the entirety of the museum’s second floor, good evening beautiful blue is part of a major retrospective featuring works that span three decades of Rondinone’s practice—from the late …

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“The Art of Labor” Apply Now!

February 7, 2018 10:00 am

Surface Design Association is excited to announce our 2018 International Juried Members exhibition, The Art of Labor. The show will be held in partnership with the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles (SJMQT) in San Jose, CA, from July 22–October 14, 2018. The act of labor is both physical and mental—an effort which is …

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“A Woman’s Place” Curated by Kimberly Becker

January 24, 2018 10:00 am

Curated by SDA member Kimberly Becker, the exhibition A Woman’s Place features fifteen artists whose strong voices and clear ideas discuss what it means to be female in the twenty first century. Conveyed through a wide variety of mediums, the work speaks to both an individual woman’s experience as well as a collective voice. Opening …

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