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Jane Kim/ Thrust Projects

Exhibition Detail
RISD Random Individuals Seeking a Dealer
114 Bowery,
New York, NY 10013

January 22nd, 2010 - February 28th, 2010
January 22nd, 2010 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
© Courtesy of Jane Kim/ Thrust Projects
east village/lower east side
Wed-Sun 12-6

Re: Request for details of your upcoming exhibition for inclusion on Artslant "RISD: Random Individuals Seeking a? Dealer," opens January 22 at Jane Kim/Thrust Projects featuring the work of four recent graduates, Jeff Barnett-Winsby, Tre Cassetta, Amanda Dandeneau, and Tom Prado from the Rhode Island School of Design¹s photography department. A strictly digital show, 21 works by these emerging artists are printed on one 86-foot roll of inkjet photo paper which wraps around the gallery, cleverly illustrating how digital technology?speaks to the times, providing the least expensive and most efficient way to hang a?photography show. Whether snapshots, nude self-portraiture, exploration of reality and illusion, or night photography, each individual keeps it new and interesting.

Jeff Barnett-Winsby captures the beauty of man-made light after the sun goes down. Amanda Dandeneau explores the "female bond" in her portraits of her and her mother. Tre Cassetta¹s camera is an extension of himself and his life experiences. Tom Prado photographs the urban landscape in a critical but humorous way. All four photographers have distinct aesthetics and interests.

Together they share similar training in one of the world¹s most renowned art schools. The title of the show can be taken literally and sincerely as a plea to the public to consider the plight of young artists graduating from art school without a dealer.

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