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Between Two States
Curated by: Karen Schaupeter
618 E. 9th Street
East Storefront
New York, New York 10009


June 21st, 2012 - July 8th, 2012
Opening: 
June 21st, 2012 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
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Ed. Varie is pleased to present Between Two States, a two-person exhibition featuring the artwork of Andrew Long and Marc Hundley. Between Two States is collaborative installation that explores a natural dialogue between Long’s photographic-based timber sculptures and Hundley’s works on paper.

The exhibition will be an evocative synthesis of two intimate bodies of work that have an assertive physical presence and yet possess an inherent urge to hide. Long’s sculptures play the role of strangers in a situation set up by Hundley’s lyrical works on paper. A bridge is formed between the personal and the shared, the realized and the unfulfilled, exploring the dual potential in human relationships.

Marc Hundley is an artist based in New York City. Recent exhibitions include Herald St, London; Neon Parc, Melbourne; Team Gallery, New York and Darren Knight Gallery, Sydney. He is represented by Team Gallery, New York.

Andrew Long is an artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Recent exhibitions include Hugo Michell Gallery, Adelaide; Gallery A.S, Sydney and Tolarno Galleries, Melbourne. He is currently studying at the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne, Australia.

Between Two States Opens on Thursday June 21, with opening reception 6-9 pm.

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