Thursday, September 20, 2012
☞ INTRODUCING: Art in FLUX Fall 2012
Each artist tells a story. Not just their own story, but one that we all share in the same way: A narrative of myth and mystery. Together, their three dimensional fables of visual drama and imagined conversations blur the boundaries of art and theatre. Leah's works are visual metaphors for the bed in all its literary and imaginary iterations, ranging from the lyrical to satirical, the ironic to iconic, the lovely to licentious, and the humorous to dark.
The tales that Carlos tells us are personal in a visceral way. His colorful and complex confessionals made from found objects tap into our religious memories, whatever the persuasion. Then, as if with unseen intervention, the visual strength and sincerity of his work amplifies our response to it. Gallery Hours: Sept. 19 – Oct. 26, Wed-Sat, Noon to 7pm and Sun, Noon to 5pm. For more information on this exhibit, go to: www.artinfluxharlem.com