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Virtual Annex: Strange Glue (Traditional & Avant-garde Collage) By Todd Bartel
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Collage at 100 is a three-part, yearlong exhibition series that celebrates the centennial of the appearance of collage in painting. Virtual Annex is a sister exhibition to the analog Strange Glue... More > (Traditional & Avant-garde Collage)exhibition, which is only viewable online at thompsongallery.blog.com. While the analog show focused on art-historical categories of collage, spaning the last 100 years it also focused on the properties of physical adhesives. Accordingly, Virtual Annex examines immaterial glues, such as emotional glue, associative glue and conceptual glue to name only a few.< Less
Strange Glue (Traditional & Avant-garde Collage) By Todd Bartel
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Collage at 100 is a three-part, yearlong exhibition series that celebrates the centennial of the appearance of collage in painting. Strange Glue (Traditional & Avant-garde Collage), the first... More > show in the series, assembles the work of more than 100 contemporary artists as it traces the transition from traditional to avant-garde approaches to papier collé.< 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
Strange Glue (Collage & Installation) By Todd Bartel
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Collage at 100 is a three-part, yearlong exhibition series that celebrates the centennial of the appearance of collage in painting. Strange Glue (Collage & Installation), the second show in the... More > series, looks at the work of twenty-seven artists whose practices push beyond collage’s flatness and embrace the physicality of architecture.< Less
Les Mastenbrook—Multiple Angles at Once By Todd Bartel
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Picturing the Invisible explores photography as a tool of scientific, personal and social visualization. Multiple Angles at Once, the second exhibition in the series, is a posthumous examination of... More > the photography of alumnus, Les Mastenbrook ’00. With editorial selectiveness, Mastenbrook’s work illuminates transitional spaces and moments in time, transforming what is easily overlooked into iconic remembrances.< Less
The Past Is Not Past By Elliot Baker
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Elliot Baker's short play, "The Past Is Not Past" was first performed as part of the "Kiss the Ground" exhibition—a six part series that examines and celebrates contemporary... More > Armenian art, one hundred years after the 1915 Armenian Genocide. "The Past Is Not Past" is the 2nd book of 7 in the Kiss the Ground publication series. “THE PAST IS NOT PAST” is initially set in 1950 in Watertown, Massachusetts. A couple who survived the 1915 Armenian Genocide conceals their “secret” from their fifteen year old son. The mother suffers from nightmares; the father from anxieties. In playing checkers with his father, the boy touches a checker but does not move it. The father rages because the child did not think ahead, something that still could be dangerous even in this world. His outburst prompts the mother to reveal and relive the horrors of “the long march.” The boy vows to never forget.< Less
Harold Edgerton—Flash Revelations By Todd Bartel
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Picturing the Invisible explores photography as a tool of scientific, personal and social visualization. Flash Revelations, the first of three exhibitions in the series, highlights the celebrated... More > life work of Harold Edgerton. Inventor, engineer, MIT professor, and explorer, Edgerton pioneered the use of high-speed, strobe-photography to arrest movement and capture on film things that were once impossible to see.< 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
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