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Dreams Before Dawn: A Solo Exhibition by Geoff Grace at Current
Exhibit: May 3 – May 25
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Geoff Grace has long used the observable world to initiate adventure through inner space. Dreams Before Dawn, his most substantial Baltimore solo show in ten years, continues this mining of consciousness’ gifts through the act of looking. The works in this show present his recent approach to photographs and their presentation, building open-ended suggestions from constellations of individual moments. (Excerpted from the catalog essay and interview by Bret McCabe)

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Guest Spot at THE REINSTITUTE is proud to present Proximities, a solo exhibition of new works by Rob de Oude. In the Project Space, Alex Paik’s Paper Constructs will be on display. Both exhibits will open Saturday May 3, 2014 with the artists in attendance from 7pm to 10pm. The works will be on view through June 21, 2014.

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Alex Paik

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Rob de Oude

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