Photos from Semi-Final Frontiers and Guantánamo Bay at Civilian Art Projects Friday, Feb. 13

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CIVILIAN ART PROJECTS is pleased to present solo exhibitions of new work by emerging American artists Seth Adelsberger (Baltimore, MD) and Christopher Sims (Durham, NC).
February 13 – March 14, 2009

Seth Adelsberger definitely matches his paintings. What’s with this? Do all artists match their fashion and art? Maybe this is sort of like couples who inadvertently match each other. Except one usually makes the other one change. Hmmm.

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Chris Sims and two of his Guantánamo Bay photographs.

Two of Sims’ photos taken on location at Guantánamo Bay.

MICA MFAST Grads – Chris Sims, Elena Volkova, Mike Iacovone

Chris Sims, Jayme McLellan, and Lisa Hill.

AU Grads Allison and Nikki… where’s all the jumping?
Hey Seth! You wanna buy a laptop?
Liaa and Kevin in front of Seth Adelsberger’s large, site specific painting.

Seth Adelsberger, This Chickadee Blogger Rebecca Juliette, and Alex Ebstein.
Close-up detail of Adelsberger’s wall painting. How does he get those lines so even? Sigh.

Seth Adelsberger’s Big Night. Acrylic on Canvas.
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