Art AIDS America
Tacoma Art Museum
David Wojnarowicz, Untitled (Bufflaoes), 1994
“Art AIDS America is an epic and a national treasure. “ Jen Graves, The Stranger, 10/07/15
“I have never been to a show where I have wanted to read everything. Suddenly, it was closing time … I couldn’t believe I had been there that long.” Jeanne Brennan
Rock Huschka, lead curator of Tacoma Art Museum, has been working on this show for a decade with his co-curator Jonathan David Katz. Arts AIDS America is a gathering of artworks that tell the story of the reality and horror of death in America in the 80s and 90s, and is a vision Hushka had as an art student in the 80s. It is a must-see. Closing date: 1/10/16
Show your support of this critical and vital exhibition here.
November 5 – 8
“Himba Blue” 2015
Original image; screen-printed, kiln-fired, blown and sandblasted glass; ferrous and non-ferrous metals
20″ x 19″ x 5″
Thank you to Duane Reed Gallery for showing three new works from our Himba Portrait series at SOFA Chicago. We hope to see you there!
Mace & Kirkpatrick
Every Soil Bears Not Everything
“Making Before Meaning: Paintbrush Group” 2007
Glass, wood, sisal, dye, steel
Purple brush: 77 x 16 x 10
Museum of Glass opened “Every Soil Bears Not Everything“, a major review of Flora’s and Joey’s careers, which now span thirty-six years. This survey exhibition highlights their prolific bodies of work and is accompanied by an extensive publication. Thru May 15, 2016. Hat’s off to you both!