Other Objects — Co-Curated by Andrea Marquis and Amanda Salov at NCECA

Other Objects
March 26—April 18, 2019
Opening reception: Friday, March 29th, 7—10pm

Gamut Gallery
717 S 10th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55404, 612-367-4327

Sculptors Andrea Marquis and Amanda Salov teamed up with Gamut Gallery in conjunction with NCECA to present Other Objects, an exhibition of five established Ceramic Artist exploring the creation of immaterial objects with the visceral material of clay. Not to be confused with ephemeral things, Other Objects are non-material things that include holes, voids, tunnels, cavities, knots, and shadows. These parasitical objects depend on material but are themselves immaterial. Through their work, these five artists explore these other objects and how their dependence on their clay hosts. Exhibiting artists include: Jeff Campana, Ling Chun, Del Harrow, Andrea Marquis, and Amanda Salov.

March 26th - Tuesday 9:30am - 5pm
March 27th - Wednesday 8:30am - 5pm
March 28th - Thursday 9:30am - 7pm
March 29th - Friday 9:30am - 11pm
March 30th - Saturday 9:30am - 7pm

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Davison Art Gallery, Roberts Wesleyan College

Rhythms of Being, featuring work by Andrea Marquis, Angela To, and Christine Vogel is on view at the Davison Art Gallery, Roberts Wesleyan College, Rochester, New York from January 14 through February 28, 2019. A reception will be held on Friday, January 18, from 5 to 7pm. More information can be found here: roberts.edu

Philadelphia International Airport Exhibition

Andrea Marquis: Supersymmetry is on view now as part of the Art at the Airport program at Philadelphia International Airport. Ticketed passengers can find the installation in Terminal D, near gate D16. More information can be found here: www.phl.org

Mine Moonlight at WheatonArts, closes December 31st

Mine Moonlight: Artists working in Philadelphia's Riverwards, on view at the Museum of American Glass at WheatonArts closes December 31st! From their website: 

An exhibit of contemporary artworks that speak to the history beneath the feet of artists working in the Riverwards neighborhoods of northern Philadelphia. Exploring the themes of hand craft, functionality, and fragmentation, these 10 installations draw connections to the origins of the artisan community that is seeing a resurgence in Northern Liberties, Kensington-Fishtown, and Port Richmond, in compliment to From the Ground Up: Archaeology, Artisans, Everyday Life, an exhibition in partnership with AECOM-Burlington that explores findings from the archeological investigation being conducted along the expanding I-95 corridor.  Curated by Paul Swenbeck.

More information here