A group exhibition curated by Matthew McLaughlin titled "(Sub)urban" at Stamp Gallery opens on October 30, and runs until December 16, 2017.
I will have several prints and two sculptural pieces (pictured above) in this exhibition.
From the Press Release:
(Sub)Urban presents works by six contemporary artists working across America, all of whom question the reality of suburban and urban contexts through humor, satire, and irony. Through a combination of print, painting, installation, and sculpture, (Sub)Urban explores our contemporary surroundings and the underlying psychology of our modern living environments. Benjamin Roger’s paintings depict the banality of our interior lives, the ways we live when we are secure in our homes, while Sang-Mi Yoo’s prints and installations emphasize the mundane repetition of our planned communities. Christine Buckton Tillman’s sculptures, Yoonmi Nam’s prints and sculptures and Amze Emmon’s cutouts and prints refigure items from our homes and streets that are ordinarily dismissed as meaningless refuse. Finally, Nick Satinover’s print installation visualizes the basest feelings behind most people’s day-to-day lives.
These artists work in varying media, but their underlying interests coalesce around our diverse experiences of space, identity, consumption, and labor as immigrants, transplants, and minorities living in the contemporary built environment of late capitalism. They examine items from our houses and our streets, presenting them in new ways and bringing new associations to them, and in the process they uncover unexpected narratives that shape the ways we dwell within the rush of modern life. (Sub)Urban is on view at the Stamp Gallery at the University of Maryland, College Park, October 30 through December 16, 2017. An opening reception will take place on November 1, 5–7pm, in the Stamp Gallery. This event is free and open to the public.
Link to gallery website here: http://thestamp.umd.edu/stamp_gallery