Trevor Southey: Reconciliation; Joseph Marotta: Without Memory
Trevor Southey; Joseph Marotta;
"Reconciliation" is Trevor Southey's unique vision--an heroic, idealized and utopian vision of spirituality, companionship and family, and humanity. The exhibit includes paintings, prints, and sculpture highlighting aspects of Southey's career over the last 30 years. Exhibition held in the Main Gallery space April 18 - July 6, 1997. "Without Memory" uses a collage of technique, these large scale photographs are manipulated through the use of stain, paint, and text. Marotta invites his viewers to not only experience his memories, but the evidence of the process of making the photograph as well. Exhibition held in the Street Level Gallery space April 4 0 May 11, 1997.
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