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Of the Attraction of the Sun: Rodolphe Delaunay

Presented by ICA Baltimore @ Current Gallery
421 North Howard St, Baltimore, MD

ICA Baltimore is pleased to announce OF THE ATTRACTION OF THE SUN, by Rodolphe Delaunay. Rodolphe Delaunay is a French artist, born in 1984, and temporarily based in Baltimore. He graduated from Paris’s École des Beaux Arts in 2008. Since then he has participated in several group shows in Italy, Indonesia and France and has had solo shows in Paris at Galerie Frédéric Lacroix and The Window 41.

Gallery Hours: weekends 12-4pm or by appointment. Open through June 16.

http://rodolphe.ultra-book.com/
www.icabaltimore.org

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – Delay

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – Event Horizon

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – On Gravity

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – De Magnete

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – Delay

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – Northern Lights

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – Seismometer

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Rodolphe Delaunay: The Attraction of the Sun – The Poles

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Assembly Affect: Kyle Tata – In Current Gallery’s Project Space

Assembly Affect features photographic work that explores Modernism and its relation to contemporary domestic living. Citing influences that range from Oscar Niemeyer to IKEA, Assembly Affect plots a nonlinear line through history to connect the dots between abstraction and domesticity. In addition to the subject matter, the photographs in this exhibition contain both digital and antiquated printing processes as a way to conflate contemporary and historic approaches to photography.


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Kyle Tata: Assembly Effect

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Kyle Tata: Assembly Effect

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Kyle Tata: Assembly Effect

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Kyle Tata: Assembly Effect

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Kyle Tata: Assembly Effect

*WST, SSY: Every week Bmoreart’s contributors travel around town to view the art showing in and around Baltimore City. ‘We Saw This, So Should You’ is a series where we post photos from the best of these exhibitions. Obviously, photos are inadequate in capturing the inherent qualities of these works. Art is always best viewed in person, so we recommend that you do so, whenever possible.

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