This December, experience a group exhibition of international scope organized solely through Facebook as WWA gallery presents Subtleties of Character. Curated by Dan Barry, Subtleties of Character showcases 27 artists and their personal vision while simultaneously exploring layers of connections that exist within the New Contemporary Art Movement.
Open to the public, the Subtleties of Character gallery reception is from 7 - 10pm on Friday, December 10th. Each artist will present a primary work in addition to 1-3 drawings to be shown in the project space. The exhibition will run until January 15th, 2011.
“Upon being asked to curate a show at WWA gallery,” Dan said of Subtleties of Character, “I immediately made a list of artists whose work contained unique personal visions that resonated for me. Often, the work is emotionally charged, soulful and ambiguous in narrative, but full of enough signifiers of meaning for me to derive my own meaning from the work.”
Ana Bagayan, Glenn Barr, Becca, Jana Brike, Edward Robin Coronel, Matt Dangler, Richard J. Frost, Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy, Jeremiah Ketner, Norbert H. Kox, Daniel Lim, Tiffany Liu, Luis Lorenzana, Mia Mäkilä, Elizabeth McGrath, Buddy Nestor, Nouar, Graydon Parrish, Kevin Peterson, Saratoga Sake, Kim Scott, Scott Stevens, Fred Stonehouse, David Vecchiato, Cliff Wallace, Peggy Wauters, Barnaby Whitfield
About Dan Barry:
Dan Barry is an artist, collector and curator. Having grown up on a farm in Wisconsin, he made objects and collected a variety of things as a child and began dealing in antiques at the early age of 15. Beyond being an avid art collector, Dan has shown his own work at WWA gallery, La Luz de Jesus, Copro Gallery, Distinction Gallery, and MondoPOP. He lives and works in Austin, Texas.