The title of the show is “In Other Worlds”. Eva’s paintings depict parallel worlds, spaces without frontiers where we hide and set ourselves free, interior landscapes full of light and color that we can see with our eyes closed. The characters walk through these worlds and tell us their stories, which remind us of our own.
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Eva Navarro, solo exhibition
On Saturday November 5th Eva’s new solo exhibition will open at Arte Periférica Gallery. It’s located at the Centro Cultural de Belém in Lisbon.
The Danish Girl , 2016 Acrílico sobre tela – 162 x 162 cm
Mark Flowers, solo show
Washing the Dust
October 28 – November 19, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, October 28th 6pm-9pm
Gallery Talk: Saturday, October 29th 2pm
if ART Gallery
1223 Lincoln St.
Martha Clippinger, Hyperallergic
Martha Clippinger (2015 resident artist)
“Scrap Master” hyperallergic.com
Martha Clippinger, “amate stack” (2016) acrylic on amate paper, 23 1/2″ x 15 1/2″
Pat Lasch, 2017 exhibition
Pat Lasch: Journeys of the Heart
The artist’s first major museum exhibition, Journeys of the Heart surveys 43 years of work by Pat Lasch. Driven by personal stories and influenced by feminist practices, Lasch’s ouevre incorporates a range of media, from ceramic, bronze, and cut paper to wood sculpture and lace-making. Featuring the delicate cake and pastry sculptures for which the artist is best known alongside little-seen stitched canvas panels and an array of intimately-scaled bronze sculptures, Lasch’s beautiful work is intensely biographical. As a pioneer who emerged from the downtown New York art scene of the 1970s, Lasch embeds her work with rich narratives from her personal journey. Her practice is rooted in spirituality, and always weighted with the pains and joys of heartbreak, age, and adventure. Central to the exhibition is a stunning display of life-size dresses marking significant moments in a woman’s life—from christening dress and wedding gown to shroud — all made in the artist’s signature intricate piped-paint lace.
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