New York City Chapter Event
Private Art Exhibit with the Artists (TTN Members Only)Saturday, July 28, 2018
Time: 2:00 - 4:00 PM
Location: Location sent after registration
Restricted to members only
This event is SOLD OUT!
Contact: Sandy Merrill
Come join us for the exhibit “Manufactured Color” featuring three perspectives on the contemporary production and use of natural and synthetic color. Ranging across photography, works on paper and three-dimensional constructions, this exhibition creates a layered dialogue between the physical and aesthetic qualities of various pigments and dyes.
AND have a private Meet The Artists
Molly Heron, Mallary Johnson and
Molly Heron’s interventionist sculptures utilize plastics, such as genetic lab petri dishes, that have been redirected from their predestined journey to the landfill and filled with discarded latex house paint colors from big-box hardware stores.
Mallary Johnson’s paper weavings and collages ritualistically re-establish a direct connection with plant-based pigment sources and foreground an intimate, hand-made approach toward production.
Neil Marcello’s photographs of synthetically colored candy set within industrial tableaus offer a whimsical record of human ingenuity and its footprint in the wake of our manufactured existence.
Through the juxtaposition of the artists’ processes, this exhibition offers a unique look into the reclaiming, cultivation and critical examination of color in the 21st century
Enjoy some wine and cheese with this interesting conversation! What a nice way to spend a summer afternoon.
~ Registration required – Limited Seating ~