Contemporary Wearable Art: A Conversation with Amy Smith-Stewart, Beth Campbell, and Michelle Lopez

Friday, March 9, 2018, 3 pm to 4 pm

NADA New York
Skylight Clarkson Square
550 Washington Street, New York, NY
Free with admission to NADA

Artists Beth Campbell and Michelle Lopez, who have made wearable art, will join Aldrich curator Amy Smith-Stewart in conversation about these works and the recent resurgence in their popularity. Select works will be on view, and for sale, at The Aldrich’s booth. Proceeds from all sales directly support the Museum’s exhibition and education programming. To receive a complimentary ticket to this event, please contact Kris Honeycutt at khoneycutt@aldrichart.org. Limited quantity.

My mother’s house (2017) and You’ve really fucked up this time (2017), are works of limited edition conceptual jewelry by New York-based artist Beth Campbell (b. 1971), produced by Lisa Ivorian-Jones.