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09.08.16 Eat my body like its holy: On Queerness, Colonialism, Race and Religion Monday, September 19 at 5:30pm to 8:00pm, Eliot Hall Chapel @ Reed College
A panel discussion with Matt Morris, manuel arturo abreu, and bart fitzgerald. Presented with the support of Reed College's Art Department and The Douglas F. Cooley Memorial Gallery.
Presented in conjunction with Matt Morris’s exhibition A Magician, a Soldier, and Two Figures Watching a Burning Skull at Cherry & Lucic, this panel discussion addresses the intersections of queerness, race and religion through the lenses of artistic practices and religious study. Three panelists will engage their artistic and research practices as a means to interweave the diasporic religious and racial histories of western colonialism with the contemporary realities of queer identity. Each of the panelists draws from a background in religious education as well as fine arts and academic practices, embodying an intersectional approach to identity theory and fine arts.
We are excited to announce the opening exhibition for Emily Goble's the same thing multiple times on 08.19.16--read the press release here.
08.13.16 MC: Emerging Artist, a 52 pg novella produced for the Portland2016 Biennial is available here for international orders inquire via email at email@example.com
Merlin Carpenter's Poor Leatherette exhibition opening for the Portland 2016: A Biennial of Contemporary Art opens 07.30.16. Alongside the exhibition, we have produced a novella reflecting on the project and concepts of the artist, and our involvement in the Biennial titled, MC: Emerging Artist. It can be purchased here: cherryandlucic.com/mc.html.
We are excited to announce Lydia Rosenberg's upcoming exhibit at Phelan Sculpture Park, Pittsburgh, PA, as well as a new book being published through Release The Bats Press in Philadelphia, PA. Keep an eye out for new developments here: www.lydiarosenberg.net/
We are excited to report that Arnold Kemp will serve as the next Dean of Graduate Studies at SAIC effective August 1st, 2016...[ Read more }
We are pleased to be opening the month of July [07.01.16] with new works by Pittsburgh based artist, Lydia Rosenberg.
05.28.16* Arnold Kemp's Not Yet Seen (We reveal a hand that has yet to reveal us) * Will be postponed until the fall.