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Sara Cwynar: Gilded Age - Installation Photos

Posted 06/21/19

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum will host the New York-based Canadian artist Sara Cwynar’s (b. 1985, Vancouver) first solo museum exhibition on the East Coast, Gilded Age. Cwynar’s practice spans photography, installation, book-making, and film, and surveys the transitory object-life of visual matter in our time of image infatuation. The exhibition will be on view at The Aldrich June 9 to November 10, 2019.

Photos by Jason Mandella

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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.