The "Brown Golem" video is included in "Ephemera", a group show that will run at Target Gallery, the Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA, April 1 - May 21. This all-media exhibit contemplates themes of time, memory, and impermanence. Vist http://torpedofactory.org/event/ephemera-2/ for information.
Pictures from the opening and the artists panel of "A Fine Line", curated by Susan Nashman Freiman. September 24 , October 1
Images from "Ineffable Mundane - Part II, Part III".
My heartfelt thanks to all who helped, and all who came to see and celebrate during the openings. It was FANTASTIC!
April 1 - May 21, 2017
Public Reception: Thursday, April 13, 6 – 8 pm; Juror’s Talk at 7 pm
The newest exhibition in Target Gallery, the contemporary exhibition space for the Torpedo Factory Art Center, presents work that is fleeting and impermanent. Ephemera features the work of 22 national and international artists who contemplate themes of nature, time, memory, and brevity. Painter/sculptor Pam Rogers juried the exhibition.
“There are multitudes of ways an individual can perceive this transitory existence, making the concept of ephemerality a relative one,” said Rogers. “I was drawn to work that seemed to have risen from the artists’ true feelings of something being precious because it would soon no longer exist; art that embodied materials that spoke to a temporary life.”
Of the 108 submissions, only 22 artists were invited to participate. Work by local artists will be in conversation with pieces that will be traveling from as far as Alaska and France for a truly transnational exploration of ephemerality.
“I am interested in how artists capture impermanence,” said Leslie Mounaime, director of Target Gallery. “This body of work explores the idea of art as a natural and evanescent object, meant to represent a memory or reflect a specific moment in time. In this show, we strive not only to show work that introduces new trends and themes in contemporary art, but also reflects the broader conversation in our community around these diverse and relevant issues.”
Ephmera represents a wide diversity of media. Maxime Girardin plays with the photosensitive nature of chlorophyll to imprint intricate, yet delicate images on leaves in Origin 1 and Origin 2. In Lilach Schrag’s video loop Brown Golem, she documents her process and laborious ritual as she deconstructs and reconstructs a man from the earth. Holly Anne Brooks’ watercolor painting My Grandmother’s Knitting Pattern from 1948 preserves a family heirloom, the degrading paper her grandmother referenced to make Christmas stocking for every member of her family. Brent Dedas’ cyanotype X No. 29 captures the ghostly and fragile silhouettes of bees as they feed on honey and salt..
Two of my newest works, "Skin 1" and "Di-prosopon", are included in "dialogue Chicago: Full Force" ("Skin 1" is featured on the invitation.)
Opening - June 17 at Bridgeport Art Center, Chicago.
My artwork is featured in two solo shows opening in Israel this month (December, 2015).
I hope you get a chance to visit, and it would be especially good if we could see each other at the opening/s.
"Ineffable Mundane - Part II" will show at Tova Osman Gallery - 100 Ben Yehuda Street, Tel Aviv, between December 24, 2015, and January 13, 2016.
It includes the "Gate 11" installation in the gallery window.
Opening - Thursday, December 24, at 7:30 PM.
"Ineffable Mundane - Part III" will show at Galleria Hasadna Leomanut, 25 Duani Bulvard, Yavne, between December 26, 2015, and February 5 2016.
It includes a collection of drawings, paintings, photographs and sculptures made in the last two years.
Opening - Saturday, December 26, at 8:00 PM.
Our Cell in Israel: 052-263-1559
Telephone at Yehudit and Arie Kalev: 08-943-9590
My email: email@example.com
You are invited to visit my website: lilachschrag.com
My video creation "Elijah Elijah" is in the 2015 Jerusalem Biennale. The Biennale is open September 25 - November 5, and includes 10 different exhibitions in 7 different venues throughout Jerusalem.
"Elijah Elijah" is part of the "A Fine Line" exhibit, curated by Susan Nashman Fraiman, at the Achim Hasid complex, 47 Emek Refaim Street in the German colony neighborhood of the city. There are 2 other exhibits in the same complex.
Panel discussions with "A Fine Line" artists are scheduled for:
Thursday, October 1, at 8:30 pm - In English. Participating artists: Heddy Abramowitz, Lilach Schrag, Ken Goldman, and Andi LaVine Arnovitz. Moderator: Susan Nashman Fraiman
Tuesday, October 13, at 8:00 pm - in Hebrew. Participating artists: Ken Goldman, Ruth Kestenbaum Ben-Dov, and Nechama Golan.
Moderator: Sarah Friedland Ben Arza
For questions, please write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit the Biennale's website http://www.jerusalembiennale.org/
For inquiries about work, retreats and commissions please contact email@example.com
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