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China Marks—Nowhere Everywhere By Todd Bartel
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China Marks—Nowhere Everywhere explores social relationships, human conflict and human imperfectability through a 13-year survey of the fantastic and irresistibly irreverent, constructed fabric... More > drawings of China Marks.< Less
Milton Rogovin—Social Optometry By Todd Bartel
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Picturing the Invisible explores photography as a tool of scientific, personal and social visualization. Social Optometry, the third and final exhibition in the series, examines the work of social... More > documentary photographer Milton Rogovin, who unflinchingly used his photographs as a vehicle for creating social awareness of working-class citizens.< Less
Raúl Gonzalez—Nowhere Everywhere By Todd Bartel
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The second of three exhibitions in the Nowhere Everywhere exhibition series presents the cultural portraiture of Raúl Gonzalez III. Gonzalez’s exquisite drawings are balanced by a... More > sobering and critical examination of Latin—American issues including the “romance of the west,” Latino stereotypes, and immigration.< Less
Jack Massey—Light & Dark By Todd Bartel
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The second exhibition in the Light & Dark series presents a select group of drawings, collages, assemblages and a small-scale installation by Jack Massey (b. 1925, Pittsburgh, PA, professor... More > emeritus at RISD). Light & Dark explores Massey’s interdisciplinary, poetically allusive and often whimsical work, which blends artistic genres, including minimalism, abstraction, trompe l’oeil, objet trové and conceptual art.< Less
Select Collages 1983 - 1989 By Todd Bartel
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This is the first book in a series of books to examine selected bodies of work by collage-based artist Todd Bartel. This volume offers a glimpse into Bartel's early collages as an emerging artist.... More > The selected thirty one examples were created during the artist's undergraduate years at the Rhode Island School of Design and the years prior to pursuing his MFA degree.< Less
Gagik Aroutiunian—Kiss the Ground By Todd Bartel
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Kiss the Ground is a six-part exhibition series that examines and celebrates contemporary Armenian art, one hundred years after the 1915 Armenian Genocide. The first exhibition in the series... More > showcases the art of Armenian-born, Chicago-based Gagik Aroutiunian, whose art centers on issues of identity, memory and the displacement of family. Works on display include multi-media assemblage sculptures, paintings and video projections. Gage Aroutiunian—Kiss the Ground is the 1st catalog of 7 in the Kiss the Ground publication series.< Less
John Avakian—If I Begin to Cry By Todd Bartel
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"Kiss the Ground" is a six-part exhibition series that examines and celebrates contemporary Armenian art, one hundred years after the 1915 Armenian Genocide. "John Avakian—If I... More > Begin to Cry" examines the mono-prints of John Avakian and his series work on the Armenian Genocide. "John Avakian—If I Begin to Cry" is the 5th catalog (of 7) in the Kiss the Ground project and is a compliment publication to Elliot Baker's "The Past Is Not Past," with expanded chapters on the artist's prints and an expanded essay on the art of John Avian. John Avakian—If I Begin to Cry is the 5th catalog in the Kiss the Ground publication series.< Less
Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia (Parts 1 & 2) By Todd Bartel
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"Kiss the Ground" is a six-part exhibition series that examines and celebrates contemporary Armenian art, one hundred years after the 1915 Armenian Genocide. The third part of the... More > exhibition series, "Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia," is itself a three part exhibition series in two venues—the Armenian Museum of America and the Thompson Gallery. Part I of the "Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia" series brings together the work of Gail Boyajian, Adrienne Der Marderosian, Aida Laleian, Talin Megherian, Yefkin Megherian, Kevork Mourad, Marsha Odabashian and Jessica Sperandio. Part 2 examines the work of Gagik Aroutiunian, John Avakian, Jackie Kazarian and Apo Torosyan. Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia (Parts 1 & 2) is the 4th catalog in the Kiss the Ground publication series.< Less
Talin Megherian—Kiss the Ground By Todd Bartel
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Kiss the Ground is a six-part exhibition series that examines and celebrates contemporary Armenian art, one hundred years after the 1915 Armenian Genocide. Talin Megherian—Kiss the Ground, the... More > second exhibition in the series, focuses on the artist’s abstract-narrative paintings and her interest in the stories and traditions of the Armenian people, compromised by the atrocities of 1915. Megherian’s eclectic work explores the memories of her family and of Armenian women in particular. Her colorful paintings are bejeweled by historical events, literary references, and cultural artifacts.Talin Megherian—Kiss the Ground is the 3rd catalog of 7 in the Kiss the Ground publication series.< Less
Kiss the Ground—A New Armenia (Part 3) By Todd Bartel
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The final show in the Kiss the Ground series "A New Armenia" examines and celebrates contemporary Armenian art, one hundred years after the 1915 Armenian Genocide and coincides with the... More > April 24th, 2015 centennial commemoration. A New Armenia is part 3 of a three-part exhibition in two venus—the first 2 parts of the series occurred at the Armenian Museum of America—is a group exhibition that brings together Armenian artists from myriad locations working in a variety of media: John Avakian (Sharon, MA, print-making), Gail Boyajian (Cambridge, MA, painting), Adrienne Der Marderosian (Belmont, MA, works on paper), Jackie Kazarian (Chicago, IL, painting), Aida Laleian (Williamstown, MA, digital collage), Yefkin Megherian (Queens, NY, bronze bas-reliefs), Marsha Odabashian (Dedham, MA, painting installation), Kevork Mourad (New York, NY, Drawing, time-based drawing, video projection), Apo Torosyan (Newton, MA, assemblage and documentary film).< Less