Illusions and Phenomena
Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly
See painting, sculpture and photography by artists from around the world who use light as a medium, challenging visual perceptions. Pakistani-American artist Anila Agha laser cuts elaborate patterns into metal to create immersive large-scale light installations. Inspired by the brilliant glow of neon signs on the streets of Tokyo, New York-based Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju uses fluorescent pigments. London-based photographer Karen Knorr creates sumptuous, layered imagery to transform historic architectural settings in Asia and Western Europe into luminous environments.
Gallery open by appointment Tuesday-Saturday from 12pm-4pm. Book a 30 minute visit at this link.
Look at and through perception-bending, large-scale sculptures made of commonplace transparent materials that refract light and distort their surrounding space. Continue exploring patterns and interruptions in Tara Donovan’s drawings and wall-bound pieces.
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Explore a collection of sky-lit galleries with a rotating cross-section of culture. Watch resident artists create (behind glass) and see finished work in a variety of mediums. Through the end of February, play a Steinway & Sons Grand Piano vinyl wrapped in the gorgeous florals of artist Tricia Paoluccio of Modern Pressed Flower.
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