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Geoff Grace, “let it out and let it in” OPENS SEPTEMBER 13

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Geoff Grace inaugurates the fall season with a new minstallation opening this Saturday, September 13, from 5 – 7 PM.

let it out and let it in is the artist’s first project since winning the 2008 Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize. In this quiet celebration of the wide open spaces of pop songs and the American highway, billboards pass by with the gentle rhythm of a road trip, slowly unfolding the lyrics to “Hey Jude.”

An artist, musician, and teacher, Geoff Grace has exhibited frequently in the galleries and alternative spaces of Baltimore, including exhibits at the BMA in 2005 and 2007. He has also shown his work in New York, Philadelphia, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Grace is known for packing grand statements into elegant packages, and his understated sensibility is a natural fit for the Minstallation Gallery.

Please join us Saturday for a great show! Images and details are available at the Minstallation Gallery blog.

MINSTALLATION GALLERY
Creative Alliance at the Patterson
3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore

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