LEXINGTON, KY ⎯Transylvania University’s Morlan Gallery will open its 2018-19 season with "Lake Effect,” an exhibition that has strong ties to the Windy City.
“Lake Effect” is facilitated by 1992 Transylvania graduate Trevor Martin, executive director of exhibitions at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. It features four artists connected to that city: Claire Ashley, Susanna Coffey, Jaclyn Mednicov and Maryam Taghavi. Through painting, sculpture, installation and video, their pieces will celebrate color, texture and repetition.
Paris, London, Hong Kong, Portland, Brooklyn, Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, Oak Park, Berlin
Document is pleased to present Paris, London, Hong Kong, Portland, Brooklyn, Detroit, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Diego, Oak Park, Berlin, a group exhibition with seventeen artists who will continue to explore the gallery’s focus on contemporary photography, film, sculpture and media based art. The exhibition will run from July 14th to August 26th with a reception on Friday July 14th, 2017, from 5-8pm.
Elizabeth Atterbury, Jude Broughan, Mary Helena Clark, James Collins, Scott Fortino, Owen Kydd, Sterling Lawrence, Laura Letinsky, Jaclyn Mednicov, Christopher Meerdo, Sara Greenberger Rafferty, Victoria Fu and Matt Rich, Alison Ruttan, Sean Snyder, Greg Stimac, Andrew Norman Wilson, Scott WolniaParis London Hong Kong, Chicago
A Faint Shadowy Trace
Jaclyn Mednicov’s material process parallels that of remembering. Photographs taken by the artist of decaying flowers and carvings that memorialize lost loves and loved ones provide the starting point for her exploration on the material and haptic processes of a transfer. A slippery formula loosens the markings on the surface of each initial print and mediates the transfer of the photographic image onto a blank panel. Layers of light impressions blur colors and forms. Though traces remain, the original picture is no longer fully present. – Frances Dorenbaum, 2017
Installation view from A Faint Shadow Trace at Paris London Hong Kong Gallery, Chicago, IL 2017
curated by Dan Devening