Reception: Friday, February 8, 2018 | 7-10 pm
Target Gallery presents RITUALISMS, a group exhibition that explores how rituals are an intrinsic part of the human experience. Whether it be through personal rituals, such as daily habits or quirks, or through a larger cultural context, such as religious or cultural ceremonies, the work in this exhibition will address the universality of rituals and how they foster connection or isolation.
Gail Borowski, Shelby Township, MI
Paula Brett, Roswell, GA
Elizabeth M. Claffey, Bloomington, IN
Mark Harrington, Brooklyn, NY
Megan Hildebrandt, Interlochen, MI
Sarah Hull, Washington, D.C.
Ali Hval, Iowa City, IA
Tunni Kraus, Melbourne, Australia
Savannah Loebig, Silver Spring, MD
Clare Nicholls, Baltimore, MD
re:mark, Philadelphia, PA
Kate Testa, Philadelphia, PA
About the Juror
Katy Scarlett is an Adjunct Professor of Art History and an independent curator based in Philadelphia, PA. She is interested in how contemporary artists dissect the construction of history and create awareness around historical omission. Katy has worked in accessibility, education, and public programming at several non-profit institutions including the Philadelphia Museum of Art and The Delaware Contemporary. She earned her MA in Art History from Hunter College, City University of New York.
Image Credit: Paula Brett, “Full/Fill in Red,” 2016. Limited Edition Photograph, Lambda Print between Aluminum Di-bond and Acrylic.