Photos from Finest City are up

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One of the things that makes running ICE Gallery fun is offering a space to an artist and telling them they can do anything they want with it. The only restrictions being the confines of the space and their own budget. The result, if you’ve chosen your artists wisely, is that you get such a diverse array of exhibitions. A line up that doesn’t remotely fit into any sort of tangible uniform aesthetic. The contrast between this show, the previous one, and the next one is so stark that in a normal gallery situation it would seem that the curators interests are all over the map. Well, good. I love that. Click HERE for more photos from Nathan Gulick’s exhibition “Finest City”.

 

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Closing Reception – Nathan Gulick

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Please join us on Saturday, February 20th from 4-6pm for the closing reception of Nathan Gulick’s solo exhibition, “Finest City”.

“Finest City” presents a series of arrangements (possibly a sculpture garden, or ruin field) of readymade architectural decorations in amplified colors, set amongst a faux grass lawn (a necessity in a time of catastrophic drought) and a sheer wall of tan stucco.
Reveling in a distinctly artificial American style, still rooted somewhere in old Europe, the work seeks to highlight the temporary and temporally unsure aesthetic landscape of a region still contending with a legacy of mass migration and suburban sprawl.

Artist Reception – Nathan Gulick

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“Finest City” presents a series of arrangements (possibly a sculpture garden, or ruin field) of readymade architectural decorations in amplified colors, set amongst a faux grass lawn (a necessity in a time of catastrophic drought) and a sheer wall of tan stucco. Reveling in a distinctly artificial American style, still rooted somewhere in old Europe, the work seeks to highlight the temporary and temporally unsure aesthetic landscape of a region still contending with a legacy of mass migration and suburban sprawl.

Artist Reception: Saturday, January 30, 4-6pm
Closing Reception: Saturday, Feburary 20, 4-6pm

Or by appointment

 

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