LESLEY DILL: WILDERNESS Words are where what I catch is me

MATTATUCK MUSEUM, WATERBURY, CT

June 24 - September 2, 2018


This presentation of Lesley Dill: Wilderness is a collaboration between the Mattatuck Museum and the Nohra Haime Gallery, New York.

Brooklyn-based artist Lesley Dill’s work reflects the poetry, prose, and declaration of early New England figures such as John Brown, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Anne Hutchinson, Sojourner Truth and Walt Whitman. The exhibition also includes Emily Dickinson, whose poetry initially triggered Dill’s assimilation of text into her art. The long, thin figures appearing in Dill’s work wear the strength of the words of the people they represent...​

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Lesley Dill in Changing Course: Reflecting on New Orleans Histories

NEW ORLEANS MUSEUM OF ART, LA

June 29 - September 16, 2018


NEW ORLEANS, LA – The New Orleans Museum of Art (NOMA) presents Changing Course: Reflecting on New Orleans Histories, an exhibition that celebrates the New Orleans Tricentennial by bringing together a group of seven contemporary art projects that focus on forgotten or marginalized histories of the city. Projects by artists Katrina Andry, Willie Birch, Lesley Dill, L. Kasimu Harris, Skylar Fein, The Everyday Projects, and The Propeller Group each shed light on the past while also looking towards the future, returning to defining moments in New Orleans’ history that continue to frame art and life in the city today. Changing Course will be on view at NOMA June 29 through September 16, 2018...

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GREGG LOUIS: After Yesterday Before Tomorrow

MONACO, SAINT LOUIS, MO

May 18 - June 15, 2018


St. Louis, MO — Monaco is pleased to present, After Yesterday Before Tomorrow, a solo exhibition by St. Louis-based artist Gregg Louis.
The exhibition features drawings, paintings, sculptures, and video from two distinct bodies of work produced nearly ten years apart. Louis’ interdisciplinary practice crosses concepts of perception, chance, gesture, and play, often abstracting classic subject matters such as portraiture, landscape, and language.

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