2019 KRASL ART CENTER MEMBERS’ SHOW

KAC continued the theme of resiliency into its annual members’ show. VIsitors explored how local and regional artists address this theme through art.

Krasl Art Center (KAC) was proud to present the theme of Resiliency for the 2019 Members’ Show from December 6 – January 20. Each year, members are invited to submit one new artwork of their making addressing the current year’s exhibition theme. Continuing with KAC’s exhibition Resiliency, it is defined as the process of adapting well in the face of adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats and even stress – such as family and relationship problems, serious health problems, or workplace and financial stresses. This exhibition was underwritten by TCF Bank – formerly Chemical Bank.

All media, styles, and skillsets were accepted in the 2019 Members’ Show encouraging creativity and community bonding. Collaborative efforts are encouraged and performance pieces will be considered. 

“Our members and the surrounding community are extremely important to KAC, and we are thrilled to celebrate them and their collective resiliency with this unique exhibition. We are pleased to offer this opportunity to present member’s artwork that is professionally displayed in KAC’s beautiful galleries,

 – Tami Miller, KAC Deputy Director and Curator.

This activity is supported in part by an award from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Learn more about KAC and Spectrum Health Lakeland combining forces.

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PETE SOUZA: TWO PRESIDENTS, ONE PHOTOGRAPHER

Two Presidents, One Photographer showcased 56 of Pete Souza’s photographs of two presidents from opposite ends of the political spectrum. This exhibit included Souza’s favorite images of Presidents Obama and Reagan, providing us with candid moments that are windows into their humanity. What we saw in Souza’s photographs are two Presidents who clearly respected the office they held, and genuinely respected the people they interacted with, no matter the circumstance.

White House photographs by Pete Souza. This exhibition was organized by art2art Circulating Exhibitions.

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IN THE artLAB: NORWOOD VIVIANO

Manufacturing Cities

Norwood Viviano’s work is about change. Utilizing digital 3D computer modeling and printing technology in tandem with glass blowing and casting processes, Viviano created work depicting population shifts tied to the dynamic between industry and community. Manufacturing Cities visually modeled how populations move and are modified as a result of industry, creating a 3D lens to view that which is invisible or forgotten. Viviano’s use of blown glass forms and vinyl cut drawings are micro-models of macro changes at the regional, national, and international level.

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BODY LANGUAGE

How is body language represented, depicted and interpreted? It is readable? Is it natural, affected, subliminal or known? Is it political? Historical? What is it telling us about this contemporary moment? Body Language was an exhibition that explored this form of non-verbal communication through visual representation. It spoke to multiple generations and was indicative of the postures and posturing we see all around us.

This exhibition sponsored by:

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IN THE artLAB: CAROLYN PAMPALONE RABBERS

Movement Captured: A Screen Dance Series

In tandem with the Body Language exhibition, dance artist Carolyn Pampalone-Rabbers creatively installed multiple screenings of newly developed dance performances and body movements. Rabbers is a member of Wellspring/Cori Terry & Dancers. She graduated from Western Michigan University with a BFA in Dance and has performed for Coldplay, Omi, Royal Caribbean, Celebrity, Poet Theatricals, The Union Project Dance Company, LACDC, Clairobscur, Vox Lumiere’s Phantom of the Opera, Diavolo EdCo, & Nickerson-Rossi Dance Company.

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AFTERMATH: WAR IS ONLY HALF THE STORY

FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

Curated by Sara Terry and Teun van der Heijden, Aftermath: War is Only Half the Story told the incredibly moving stories of the people left behind after the cameras have moved on from a war zone. Drawing on photographs from over fifty photographers, these personal and often poetic post-war views unveiled not only another side to the devastating effects of war, but also told the stories of people coming together to rebuild and heal. Aftermath: War is Only Half the Story illumines and defines our humanity while giving visibility to those coping with the lingering ramifications of conflict.

The exhibition was a ten-year retrospective of the work of the groundbreaking documentary photography program The Aftermath Project. Founded to help change the way the media covers conflict – and to educate the public about the true cost of war and the real price of peace – The Aftermath Project has discovered some of the most groundbreaking photojournalists in the world – as well as internationally acclaimed photographers Stanley Greene, Nina Berman, Davide Monteleone, Justyna Mielnikiewicz, and Jim Goldberg, among many others – working on post-conflict themes.

The end of war does not mean peace. It is simply the end of war, the end of death and destruction. Every story of war includes a chapter that almost always goes untold – the story of the aftermath, which day by day becomes the prologue of the future.  – Sara Terry (Founder of The Aftermath Project)

Aftermath: War Is Only Half the Story originated by The Aftermath Project, Los Angeles, and toured by Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions, Pasadena, California.

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IN THE artLAB: YHELENA & MICHAEL HALL

Wilderness and Household: Coping with Comfort

This artlab exhibition explored the evolution of domestic appliances and how they have gradually shaped humans into creatures of comfort. Consisting of sculptural apparatuses connected through the elements and functions of domestic appliances, Yehelena & Michael re-imagined these household object’s place within consumption, preservation, sustainability, and necessity. By altering the functionality of domestic appliances, the tools are turned into metaphors that reflect our dependency on these devices and the desire to break free from their comforting grasp at the same time.

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PERSONAL TO POLITICAL: CELEBRATING THE AFRICAN AMERICAN ARTISTS OF PAULSON FONTAINE PRESS

David Huffman, Hoop Dreams, 2007, color softground and spitbite aquatint etching; image courtesy of Paulson Fontaine Press, Berkeley, CA

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~ Carrie Lederer, Curator ‘s Statement (excerpt)

Personal to Political: Celebrating the African American Artists of Paulson Fontaine Press was organized by Carrie Lederer, Curator of Exhibitions, Bedford Gallery, Lesher Center for the Arts, Walnut Creek, CA.

PARTICIPATING ARTISTS

Edgar Arceneaux
Radcliffe Bailey
Louisiana Bendolph (Gee’s Bend Quilter)
Mary Lee Bendolph  (Gee’s Bend Quilter)
Loretta Bennett  (Gee’s Bend Quilter)
McArthur Binion
Lonnie Holley
David Huffman
Samuel Levi Jones
Kerry James Marshall
Loretta Pettway  (Gee’s Bend Quilter)
Martin Puryear
Gary Simmons
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IN THE artLAB: ALLISON SVOBODA – EXTENDED

Mandala, Allison Svoboda, 2012.

In this extended exhibition, Allison Svoboda’s ethereal collaged paper mandalas remained on view through February 3, 2019. Svoboda uses ink paintings and fine papers to build delicately layered flower-like shapes that float off the gallery walls. кредит онлайн займы на карту без отказа

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IN THE artLAB: THE FUTURE IS MADE OUT OF CARDBOARD

While the Sculpting Community project was under construction on KAC’S grounds in summer 2018, KAC campers created their own exciting construction project in the artlab gallery. Using cardboard and make-do fasteners, campers created buildings, structures, and vehicles that benefit communities of the future. KAC Teaching Artist  Keith Stevens helped campers work collaboratively and individually. Once the camp ended on June 30, visitors to KAC had the opportunity to add their own futuristic cardboard creation to the collaborative installation. микрозайм buy viagra online

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