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Dean Smith

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Material Ascension   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Randy Colosky, Chris Fraser, Sandra Ono, Dean Smith at Incline Gallery October 11th, 2013 - November 22nd, 2013
Posted 11/16/13
The best part about science fiction: seeing how far folks can un-imagine the familiar. In the future, the curious life of humans after Earth, what will phones look like? forks? mops? How can artists reenvision the mundane and embrace the unknown? Should they re-invent the mop? Simply ascend the first ramp… In a gallery weirdly made up mostly of ramps, four artists have installed work grouped together under , the title nabbed from a short-lived science fiction show in which earthlings find... [more]
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Paper Weight: Local History in Paper!Awesome!   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Joshua Abelow, Ky Anderson, Joe Biel, Libby Black, Michelle Blade, Ernesto Burgos, Ajit Chauhan, Todd Chilton, Creativity Explored, Chris Duncan, Vic Haven, Jason Jägel, Xylor Jane, Matt Kennedy, Mads Lynnerup, Barry McGee, Julio Morales, Danielle Mysliwiec, Tucker Nichols, Mat O'Brien, Matthew Palladino, Kottie Paloma, James Sterling Pitt, Kyle Ranson, Evelyn Reyes, Matthew Rich, Clare Rojas, Zachary Royer Scholz, Mike Shine, TM Sisters, Dean Smith, Deb Sokolow, Chris Sollars, Travis Sommerville, Paul Wackers, Lindsey White, Eric Yahnker at Eli Ridgway Gallery February 20th, 2010 - March 27th, 2010
Posted 3/15/10
        The third installment of Brian Nuda Rosch’s Paper! Awesome! show at Baer Ridgeway picks up where the previous two left off and with the same premise: limit artists to an 8 ½ by 11 paper canvas (with a notable few exceptions) and a relatively short time frame. The resulting works offer an intriguing cross-section of young and young-ish artists working with a broad range of media. Sprawling over the two level exhibition space, the install certainly has the look of diversity, ranging... [more]
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