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Scene Seen: Photos from Under 500 at Maryland Art Place

WARM SPACE @TANK/Bodega curated by Process Collective

Works by Colin Alexander & Kathe Kaczmarzyk

The exhibit includes a selection of paintings and sculptures that deal with the process of finding comfort in different aspects of “the world” and of observing those human tendencies that seek it out. Comfort becomes a feeling that can be found in a small object or memory that warms you from the core outwards or that can embed itself in exterior spaces/objects that warm Kathe Kaczmarzyk Untitled 2013 from the exterior inward. In these bodies of work, this notion explores human interaction with architecture, imagery, consumption, and personal relationships. The play that exists between interior and exterior heightens the awareness of the warm space between.

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IMG_7621Artist Colin Alexander and Doreen Bolger

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Yes and No But  @PENTHOUSE Gallery

Artists: Nick Creson, Daniel Guiness, Helen Jackson-Adams, Kaita Niwa, Josh Nukem, Sonja Solvang, Mark Wehberg

Curated By: Max Anderson & Maxime La

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A few more from the Annex 2E space group show called Guest Curator

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