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Leah Oates

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Asya Geisberg, Leah Oates at Asya Geisberg Gallery March 31st, 2011 - May 7th, 2011
Posted 4/24/11
“First Class / Second Class” at Asya Geisberg Gallery is a group show that exudes irreverence and spunkiness as it considers but does not offer any resolute answers to questions about class structures and society. The exhibition combines photography, sculpture, drawings, paintings, and mixed media works. Holly Jarrett’s Pig’s Palace (2011) is an odd playhouse or a makeshift gallery constructed from raw industrial materials and magazine cutouts. A collage of images covers the panels, including wal... [more]
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THE SWEET RECESS of EVE  
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Antanas Adomaitas, Stephen Auslender, Carrie Ann Baade, Donna Balma, Banez, Bienvenido Bones Banez Jr, Robert S. Beal, Alan F. Beck, Jeff Berman, Bienvenido Bones, Orin Buck, Rich Buckler, Ivan Calderone, Joe Catuccio, Carolyn Chaperon, Gail Baxter Cohen, Suzanne Dahlquist, George deMoura, Matthew E. Derezinski, Gary Duehr, Jaesun Duggan, Val Dyshlov, Eric Edelman, Ailene Fields, Jesse Forgione, Troy C. Frantz, Aimee Hertog, Tom Hooper, Sarah Horvat, Amanda Husberg, Jr., Mildred Kaye, Ray Kinlock, Arthur Kirmss, Frank Krasicki, Kris Kuksi, Randy J. Lagana, Estelle Levy, Terrance Lindall, Drew Maillard, Greg Maillard, Ben Marxen, Bertram Matysik, Gerd Matysik, Gertrud Matysik, Adam D. Miller, Rodica Miller, Clive Milton, Ella Morton, Walter Lynn Mosley, Eric Reuben Nelson, Yuko Nii, Leah Oates, Olek, David Orr, Olek David Orr, Linda Paleias, Lennie Peterson, Carol Quint, Max Razdow, Luis Rojas, Michael Knud Ross, Tim Slowinski, Gary Spradling, Phyllis Stapler, Sandra Taggart, Mayumi Takagi, Matthew Turov, Marcela Varona, Benjamin A. Vierling, Sharyne E. Walker, Jon Neal Wallace, Brian Kent Ward, Bryan Kent Ward, Haejin Yoon at Williamsburg Art & Historical Center September 27th, 2008 - November 2nd, 2008
Posted 10/8/08
Reading John Milton’s poem, ‘Paradise Lost’, was a fascinating experience. Since the very beginning, Milton swept me off my feet onto a vast ocean of knowledge guiding me through endless references from Greek Mythology and difficult theological issues such as fate, predestination and Trinity. Stricken by blindness, Milton amazed me with his powerful, vivid descriptions of the realms that he could only see with the eyes of imagination. I stayed up late reading the story of the Fall of Man searching for th... [more]