Artspace is excited to program satellite exhibitions with Community Partners in the Triangle. Featuring artwork by Artspace Artist Members, former Artists-in-Residence and regional artists, the exhibitions range from solo to group shows.
January 7 – March 25, 2017
First Friday Gallery Walks:
January 7, February 3, March 3
With our exhibitions at HQ Raleigh changing quarterly, we now have even more reason to celebrate on First Fridays! HQ Raleigh, located right around the corner from CAM Raleigh and the Visual Art Exchange in Raleigh’s warehouse district, will host receptions during First Fridays all year round from 5:00-8:00pm. HQ is open 8:30am-5:00pm Monday-Friday.
Allison Tierney, Untitled, acrylic and latex on canvas, ceramic plates, 38 x 46 in
Allison Tierney received her MFA in painting from UNC-CH. Tierney defines painting in a broad manner – it can refer to non-rectilinear forms, objects, and even free-standing structures. Recently, her paintings have been an exploration of materials and the potential object-ness of paint. The work is an exploration of process, an investigation of material manipulation, and an examination of space.
The paintings exist within space rather than solely on the surface of a wall. They implicate the viewer by forcing them to respond to the presentation of the work. This can come in the form of pieces extending off the wall or the viewer having to walk around the painting. This can even happen in a voyeuristic manner where the viewer must peer around and into the work purposefully to be able to fully see.