The Shape Of Things To Come at Nudashank April 16

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The Shape Of Things To Come at Nudashank
Stacy Fisher
Tracy Thomason
Maria Walker
Opening Reception:
Saturday April 16th
Exhibition runs from April 16th through May 13th

Nudashank is pleased to present The Shape Of Things To Come, an exhibition of abstract, sculptural paintings and objects by Brooklyn-based artists Stacy Fisher, Tracy Thomason and Maria Walker, in conjunction with the Transmodern Festival. The works of the three artists, while comprised of varying materials, share a similarly casual, wonky posture. Falling somewhere between sculpture and painting, works balloon off the walls, hang from the ceiling, sag in imperfect shapes and collectively posess a subtle animation that ties into the Transmodern aesthetic, while remaining grounded in abstraction and object art.

Stacy Fisher received a BFA from Ohio State University. She has recently exhibited at Cleopatras in New York, in a two-person show with Gary Panter, Heskin Contemporary, The Bronx River Art Center, and Samson Projects.

Tracy Thomason has a BFA from MICA and an MFA from Cranbrook. She was recently included in a group show at James Fuentes in New York,

Maria Walker received an MFA in painting from Tyler School of Art. She has exhibited at Camel Art Space, NYU’s Rosenberg Gallery, Sideshow Gallery and as part of the FAWC Visual Fellows Invitational exhibtion in Provinctown, MA.

In conjunction with the 8th annual Transmodern Festival – April 28th – May 1st

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