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Baltimore Art Openings and Exhibits January 10-13, 2013

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Influenced: A Skate Culture Show at Gallery 788, Group Show at sophiajacob, New Frontiers at Pinebox Art Center, Elena Volkova: Fold and Edges at The Theatre Project, Steven Cushner: The Shaped Paintings, 1991-1993 at Hemphill, Kini Collins: Anamnesis at School 33’s Member Gallery, Texture: The Person and Nature Curated by Jan Hanvik at School 33’s Main Gallery… and more

Elena Volkova: Fold and Edges,
A Solo Exhibition at the John Fonda Gallery at Theatre Project

Reception: January 11th 5pm-7pm

Dates: January 11- February 10

Baltimore Theatre Project
45 West Preston Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

http://www.theatreproject.org/OtherStuffWeDo/LobbyGallery/

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Steven Cushner: The Shaped Paintings, 1991-1993
January 12–March 9, 2013
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 12 6:00–8:00pm

Steven Cushner: The Shaped Paintings, 1991-1993, revisits a body of work by an artist who has become one of Washington’s most successful and respected talents. Over an intense three-year period, Cushner forcefully limited himself to an abbreviated palette and a set of simplified organic and gestural elements derived from earlier work. As Cushner neared the completion of each piece it became clear to him that the work could not be contained by a traditional rectilinear format and that the imagery naturally dictated the perimeters of the paintings.

HEMPHILL 1515 14th Street NW Washington DC, 20005
www.hemphillfinearts.com
GALLERY HOURS Tuesday–Saturday, 10:00am–5:00pm, and by appointment.

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Kini Collins: Anamnesis
Members’ Gallery
January 11, 2013-March 9, 2013

Opening reception, January 11, 2013, 6-9pm

School 33 Art Center is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new works by Lotta Art 2012 Best-in-Show winner Kini Collins.

“Anamnesis is a figure whereby the speaker, calling to mind matters past, whether of sorrow or joy, doth make a recital of them.” J. Smith, Mystical Rhetoric, 1657

In this body of work, the artist is grappling with memories, both forgotten and remembered, memories that arise bidden or unbidden. Collins’ work over the past several years has been an attempt to use memory cascades to make sense of her life experiences. By remembering and reciting the sorrows and joys of her past, she seeks to understand the whole from the related and unrelated parts. This recitation encompasses a single body of work with many components created with tissue paper, ink, wax, charcoal and fire.

http://www.school33.org/index.cfm?page=exhibits&section=Past&exhibitID=69

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Texture: The Person and Nature Curated by Jan Hanvik
Main Gallery
January 11, 2013-March 9, 2013

Opening reception, January 11, 2013, 6-9pm

Artists: George-Ann Bowers, Jenny Zoe Casey, Erin Fostel, Mia Halton, Sandra Jane Heard, Magnolia Laurie, Kenneth Yee

School 33 Art Center is pleased to present Texture: The Person and Nature, a group exhibit curated by Jan Hanvik, Executive Director of the Clemente Soto Vélez Cultural & Educational Center on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Hanvik selected artists for this exhibit who emanate multi-texturalities, which alternate between the ineffable and the visceral. All surprise. All bring pleasure. Some sneak up. Some assault. Some express, as one artist statement said, the lack of self-consciousness of a toddler’s mark. Some required obsessive repetitive, probably conscious, maybe painfully conscious, mark making. Yet all, individually and cumulatively, merge the nature that is inside the human with the nature that is outside the human, yet not really outside.

Image courtesy of Erin Fostel, A Skulk of Foxes, 2012, ink, white charcoal and colored pencil on paper, 25.5 x 38 inches.

http://www.school33.org/index.cfm?page=exhibits&section=Upcoming&exhibitID=67

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Gallery 788 @ MAP
INFLUENCED – A Skate Culture Art Show

Opening Night Reception

Thursday, January 10th 7-11pm
January 10th – February 2nd

Featuring the art work of over 30 artists

Gallery 788 @ MAP
218 West Saratoga Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
202 210 8361
www.g788.org

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New Frontiers

Friday Jan. 11th from 7-9PM.
FREE and open to the public, refreshments provided.

Friday Jan. 11th will be more than an opening reception -it is a grand opening for something brand new to the Baltimore art community!

http://pineboxartcenter.com

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Group Show
January 12 – February 16, 2013
Opening reception January 12, 7 – 10pm

sophiajacob is pleased to present a group exhibition featuring the work of five artists.

Graham Collins was born in 1980 in Washington, DC. He received his BFA from the Corcoran College of Art and Design and an MFA from Bard College. Graham’s artwork routinely incorporates a wide range of disciplines, including painting, sculpture, ceramics, woodworking, and architectural intervention. His work has been featured at Soloway (NY), Derek Eller Gallery (NY), the Corcoran Gallery of Art (Washington DC), and Tät (Berlin), among others. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Terence Hannum was born in 1979 and is based in Baltimore, MD. He earned his BA from Florida Southern College and MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His solo exhibitions include those at Stevenson University (Baltimore), Western Exhibitions (Chicago), the Chicago Cultural Center and the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, and he has participated in group exhibitions at Locatie Z, The Hague (Netherlands), telephonebooth (Kansas City), and San Francisco Cinamatheque. Terence has performed solo and collaborative music projects at the De La Cruz Collection (Miami) and with Scott Treleaven at Kavi Gupta Gallery (Chicago).

Laura Judkis was born in New Jersey in 1989 and graduated from MICA in 2011 with a BFA in Painting and a minor in Creative Writing. She was featured in the June/July 2012 issue of New American Paintings, and has recently exhibited sculpture at School 33 (Baltimore). She lives and works in Baltimore, Maryland.

Sofia Leiby is a Chicago-based artist and writer who graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2011 with a BFA in printmaking and visual/critical studies. Recent exhibitions include the 2012 NADA Art Fair (Miami), at peregrineprogram (Chicago), and at Beach (London). Sofia is a contributing editor of the web-based media theory journal Pool and she recently co-founded the platform for artist-authored criticism, Chicago Artist Writers. In the summer of 2012, she completed residencies at ACRE (Stueben, WI) and Summer Forum for Inquiry and Exchange (New Harmony, IN).

Colin Van Winkle was born in Milwaukee, WI in 1990. Since receiving his BFA from MICA in 2012, Colin has participated in several important exhibitions in Baltimore including Gran Prix, curated by Gresham’s Ghost at Nudashank, and Vampire Travel Agency curated by Szechuan Best at sophiajacob. Colin continues to work in Baltimore, Maryland, as a sculptor, fabricator, and traditional woodworker.

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