I have some new, experimental work in this group exhibit with The Printmakers Left at Les Yeux du Monde Gallery in Charlottesville, VA. The exhibit is a collaborative project by the collective, which has been making art together since 2002. The show, the gallery, and the location a few minutes outside of town are all beautiful. If you are in the area, it is definitely worth the drive.
From the Le Yeux du Monde website:
… TPL now present their fieldwork: deep studies and sensory explorations of landscape, plant behaviors, and the unobvious complexities of the natural and built worlds around us. The work is not about efficiencies or extraction of resource—real and imagined—but rather an inquiry meant to uncover clues, prompts, and guides for how to navigate future environments and extremes.
Catalog is a compendium of alternatives … useful for navigating the hinterlands of the present and near future. Catalog is not merely a critique; it’s a mandate to embrace the Post-Anthropocene
[Artists in this exhibit include:] Anne Beck, Berenika Boberska, Joshua Dailey, Dean Dass, Kate Daughdrill, Lydia Diemer, Jenny Harp, Kirsten Hemrich, Emma Lappalainen, John Leahy, Rachel Livedalen, Jyrki Markkanen, Lydia Moyer, Akemi Ohira, Joh Schultz, Rache Singel, Christopher Thomas, Barbara Campbell Thomas, Marc Snyder, Maggie Sullivan, Annu Vertanen and Adam Wolpa
August 28 – October 10
Opening Reception: Saturday, August 28, 2021, 4:00 pm
Saturday, October 9th Sunday October 10th, 2021, 2:00 pm
Thursday – Sunday, 1-5 pm, and by appointment.
Les Yeux du Monde
841 Wolf Trap Road
Charlottesville, VA 22911
View work included in this exhibit: #TPLCatalog