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Hypotheses

September 11 - October 31

Hypotheses

Exhibition Dates: September 11 – October 31
Reception: Friday, October 8, 7pm
Juror: Sue Wrbican 

Summary:

Target Gallery presents a new group exhibition Hypotheses. This exhibition is all about the process of intellectual experimentation and/or the exploration of new ideas and techniques in an artist’s practice.

The goal of this theme is to create a dialogue of work in conversation with each other about embarking outside one’s traditional boundaries of understanding. Whether it be based in cerebral or scientific research or experimenting with a new technique or conceptual idea, each work in the exhibition will embody this concept of questioning and discovery.

Participating Artists:
Adam Bradley
Thea Clark
Julia Clouser
Sasha de Koninck
Gregory Logan Dunn
Mira Hecht
Samantha Holmes
Yingheng Huang
Jang Soon Im
Dave Kube
Jayne Matricardi
Stephen Nakatani
Tamao Nakayama
Julia Paul
Mia Rollins
Fanni Somogyi
Liz Stewart
Joshua Unikel
Barg Upender
Winnie van der Rijn
Jeff Che Yeh
Anne Yoncha

 

Image Credit: Fanni Somogyi, Cross Species Connection, 2021.

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Start:
September 11
End:
October 31
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Target Gallery

Venue

Studio 2 – Target Gallery
Phone:
703.746.4590

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