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Beth Campbell: My Potential Future Past – Installation Images

Posted 04/4/17

Explore Beth Campbell’s first museum survey, My Potential Future Past, on view at The Aldrich March 5 to September 4, 2017. Photos: Tom Powel Imaging.

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New Limited Edition Jewelry by Beth Campbell

Posted 07/27/17

These pieces of conceptual jewelry mark Beth Campbell’s first time working in wearable art. Based on two of her mobiles, both currently on view at The Aldrich, My mother’s house (necklace), and You’ve really fucked up this time (earrings), they provide another form for her “drawings in space” focusing on the structure and lines from her Potential Future Drawings and Potential Past Drawings series. These are a diagrammatic exploration of the potential latent within everyday experience rendered in solid 14K gold. Both the earrings and necklace were produced in an edition of ten with one artist’s proof and a prototype.

For sales inquiries, please contact Lisa Ivorian-Jones at lisa@ivorianjones.com or 917.744.6787

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Photos from the 2017 Gala

Posted 05/11/17

Thank you to all who joined us at the Gala on May 6, 2017 for a special evening at The Aldrich. The spirit, warmth, and energy of the gathering made for a memorable and successful event. We hope you enjoyed meeting the artists, dining with friends and fellow supporters, and honoring the remarkable Jack Whitten.

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Suzanne McClelland: Just Left Feel Right – Installation Images

Posted 04/4/17

Suzanne McClelland’s twenty-seven year survey presents works from past and current series, never-before-exhibited works, and a new site-engaged installation which incorporates materials such as glass, ceramic, and paint. Just Left Feel Right, on view March 5 to September 4, 2017. Photos: Tom Powel Imaging.

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William Powhida: After the Contemporary – Installation Images

Posted 03/27/17

William Powhida’s first solo museum exhibition, After the Contemporary, presents a fictive review of today’s art world from the year 2050 and includes a retrospective of Powhida’s work from the future, an art fair booth as a “period room,” and a new video work. On view March 5 to September 4, 2017. Photos: Tom Powel Imaging.

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Kay Rosen: H Is for House – Installation Images

Posted 03/27/17

H Is for House is Kay Rosen’s first solo museum exhibition in the northeast in almost twenty years. This exhibition premieres a new series of work, predominantly painted in black and white, which the artist has completed since 2015. On view March 5 to September 4, 2017. Photos: Tom Powel Imaging

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Opening for Beth Campbell, Suzanne McClelland, William Powhida, and Kay Rosen

Posted 03/26/17

Opening reception for Beth Campbell: My Potential Future Past, Suzanne McClelland: Just Left Feel Right, William Powhida: After the Contemporary, and Kay Rosen: H Is for House. March 5, 2017. Photos: Chansoda Rouen.