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July 2018

Number: Presents Art of the South 2018

07/27/18 – 09/02/18
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

The fifth annual Art of the South exhibition, presented by Number:, features works by artists from Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, South Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia, and Washington DC. Juried by Brian Jobe of Locate Arts.

Frances Berry & Jenny Fine: Tunnel Vision

07/27/18 – 09/02/18
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

A collaborative installation by Frances Berry and Jenny Fine

On view through September 2
Opening reception: Friday, July 27, 7-9:30 pm

September 2018

Wish Book: Lay of the Land with John Pearson

09/21/18 – 11/25/18
10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Exhibition of photographic works by John Pearson
Opening reception: Friday, Sept. 21, 6-8 pm
On view: Sept. 21-Nov. 25
Location: East Gallery & East Atrium
These large-scale, landscape cyanotypes on fabric link the tactile and the visual by committing the photographic process to the physical landscape. Pearson works outdoors on the ground, making 1:1 indexical photographic prints during midday sunlight. In these photographs, view is replaced by elemental record; while the horizon, removed from the composition, becomes the topographic support and source for construction of the images.

Pearson’s intention is not to convey the solely visual appearance of place — in this case, the arid southern California landscape — but rather to invoke a more dynamic experience of place by means of the transformative nature of photography.

Opening Reception for Wish Book: Lay of the Land with John Pearson

09/21/18
6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Exhibition of photographic works by John Pearson
On view: Sept. 21-Nov. 25
Location: East Gallery & East Atrium

These large-scale, landscape cyanotypes on fabric link the tactile and the visual by committing the photographic process to the physical landscape. Pearson works outdoors on the ground, making 1:1 indexical photographic prints during midday sunlight. In these photographs, view is replaced by elemental record; while the horizon, removed from the composition, becomes the topographic support and source for construction of the images.

Pearson’s intention is not to convey the solely visual appearance of place — in this case, the arid southern California landscape — but rather to invoke a more dynamic experience of place by means of the transformative nature of photography.

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