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Berkeley Central Arts Passage

Exhibition Detail
The Pass
Curated by: Amanda Curreri
2055 Center Street, (between Shattuck and Milvia)
Berkeley , CA 94704


June 26th, 2013 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 
Six Pack, no.5, Erin AllenErin Allen, Six Pack, no.5,
2013, acrylic on paper
© Courtesy of the Artist and Kala Art Institute
The Static Series, Annie AlbagliAnnie Albagli, The Static Series, 2013
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"The Pass" : Wednesday June 26, 6-8pm, Berkeley Central Arts Passage

*With a screening of a new animation, 'Burning Britches,' by Kate Klingbeil

 

Artists:
Annie Albagli, Erin Allen
, Hayley Delaney, Llewelynn Fletcher, Pablo Guardiola, nif hodgson, Nick Karvounis,
 Kate Klingbeil, Sam Lopes, Susan O’Malley, Carissa Potter, Unai San Martin, Lena Wolff, Erik Scollon

 

With a slightly imploded framework, 'Print, Print, Pass' highlights the physical and social economies of the print medium.

 

“The Pass” will be revealed June 26, Wed, 6-8pm with a new installation of the works reflecting allegiances. Fourteen artists were each asked for two prints – the “Print, Print” of the exhibition title. Artworks have been initially hung to display the idiosyncrasies of seriality. One week in, artists were asked, anonymously, for their top five choices for an actual trade or “pass” of one of their prints. The exhibition runs from May 29 - Aug 29, 2013; each artist offers one work for sale and one explicitly for trade with one of their cohorts in the show.

 

'Print, Print, Pass' is the third exhibition in this new exhibition series featuring artworks from Berkeley-based artists and the Kala community. Berkeley Central Arts Passage looks forward to being a part of the vibrant downtown Berkeley Arts District and forging new connections between artists and audience.

More information: Contact Amanda Curreri, at Kala Art Institute: amanda@kala.org | 510/549-2977.

Berkeley Central Arts Passage

2055 Center Street, Berkeley, CA 94704

M-Sa 9-6, Su 10-5

http://www.kala.org/exhibitions/current_berkeleycentral.html


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