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ARC Gallery and Educational Foundation

Exhibition Detail
November 2010 Exhibition
2156 N Damen
Chicago, IL 60647


October 27th, 2010 - November 20th, 2010
Opening: 
October 29th, 2010 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
GHSQ #21, James MullenJames Mullen, GHSQ #21
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James Mullen- "Cultivations"
During the last six years James Mullen has been involved in photographing greenhouses.  This has included a wide range of facilities, during various times of year, in a range of different locations around the country.  As this body of work has continued to grow, he has become interested in exploring these images in a range of media.  The fact that he has spent the last two decades as a painter, specifically focusing on the landscape, has especially influenced his vision for this body of work.

Iris Goldstein- "Transformations"
Iris Goldstein creates her painted plaster-relief sculptures to investigate allusion and memory.  In her latest body of work, the imagery is intended to suggest known and unknown objects and landscapes -freagments of memories, perhaps.  Common building materials, plaster, aluminum screening and wood, are transformed from the literal to the imagined and abstracted.  The artist's experiments with her materials help her to find new ways of seeing, which she hopes will awaken other allusions and memories in the viewer.

Carol Ng-He- "Voyage Festival"
Cutting is to disrupt, would, subtractm openm and begin, in any duration.  This exhibit displays Carol Ng-He's mapping of the restless motions of her memories and inner voices by juxtaposing reproductions of her own drawings and paintings.  The process of cutting and reclamation of images embodies the infinite possibilities upon the known definitions among all of us.


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