Wednesday, March 18, 2009

This Weekend

Kate McGraw & Ann Tarantino: Workbook
March 19 – April 17, 2009
Opening reception: Thursday, March 19, 6 – 8 p.m.

Kate McGraw and Ann Tarantino collaborate on planned and improvised drawings created directly on the walls of the gallery. The artists draw using their own signature styles while also responding and referring to one another’s mark-making. The artists film the process and the resulting video will become a part of the art, rather than just documentation of the process.

Workbook is a video that documents the ten days artists Kate McGraw and Ann Tarantino will spend creating a mammoth work stretching across the walls of the Gallery at Flashpoint. The installation will be on view beginning March 19, 2009 and the film will be projected at the exhibition entrance beginning March 28, 2009.

Flashpoint DC
916 G St NW, Washington DC 20001

Patterns of Obsession

March 20, 2009 - May 2, 2009
Opening Reception: March 20, 7-10pm

Gallery Imperato is pleased to announce Patterns of Obsession, a three-person show that brings into light the visual and behavioral patterns of each individual artist. On display will be Dana Reifler Amato's luminous, three-dimensional drawings, Chris Bathgate's precision made, metal sculptures, and Matthew Kern's mixed media Polaroid collages.

Gallery Imperato
921 East Fort. Ave. Suite 120 Baltimore, MD 21230

The Garden
Screening at The Contemporary Museum
Friday March 20, 7pm

Scott Hamilton Kennedy's 2008 documentary tells the story of a 14-acre community garden in South Central Los Angeles started after the 1992 riots. Presented in conjunction with the March 27-29 "The City From Below" conference.

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