Upcoming Exhibitions

2019

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National Print Invitational
curated by Bill Fick + Judy Jones

Gallery Two
February 1 – April 6

Printmaking remains one of the most relevant visual art forms practiced today. This exhibition celebrates the astonishing technical breadth of the field, its deep history, perpetual innovation, and unique ability to communicate prescient social and political ideas. Complimentary programming will add additional layers of interest and engagement for visitors.

Raj Bunnag, Cheaper than Oxy

Strictly NC

Upfront Gallery
February 1 – 23

This exhibition celebrates the work of more than 10 North Carolina based printmakers working with various styles and techniques.

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SuperGraphic Print Lab
Collaborative Site-specific Installation

Lobby
February 1 – April 6

Bill Fick and SuperGraphic Print Lab of Durham, NC are creating a collaborative site-specific mural in the Artspace Lobby.

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Mariam Stephan
In the Arches, We Cave

Gallery One
February 15 – April 6

Stephan’s painted worlds explore uncertainty and hardship. Her work explores a space of physical and psychological upheaval related to her multi-cultural identity.

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Brett Morris
Monoliths

Upfront Gallery
March 1 – 30

Using a limited CMYK palette, Brett Morris celebrates the ephemeral beauty of roadside billboards found across the south

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Richard Lund
Welcome to the End of the World

Upfront Gallery
April 5 – 27

Using Robert Frost’s poem “Fire and Ice” as a lens, Richard Lund’s new series of paintings explores the precarious nature of contemporary life.

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Michela Martello
Consequential Stranger

Gallery Two
April 12 – June 1

Michela Martello’s illustrative works are humanistic, accessible, and consistently characterized by her use of symbolism. A perpetually curious and interdisciplinary artist, she brings together the traditional and contemporary influences of a variety of techniques, media, themes, and cultures to create art that crosses cultural bounds and merges varying visual languages.

Lien Truong, Syria

Lien Truong
The Sky is Not Sacred

Gallery One
April 19 – June 22

Through painting, video, and sound, Truong creates a cross cultural narrative rooted in historic visual imagery.