Friday, January 26, 2007
speak about her work and sculpture
installation at 1708 Gallery.
Admission is free.
Following the talk, there will be a First Friday opening at 1708 and Broad St. galleries.
Thursday, January 25, 2007
As 1708 and Style undertake their missions we've been asked to dig through the Oliver/Kollatz archive. Harry proudly produced this in five minutes flat:
If you click on the image it will zoom large enough for you to read it. There aren't many photographs of this controversial window, installed at 1708 E. Main in 1990 by Carlos Gutierrez-Solana.
My sources tell me that the photographer from the Richmond Review DASHED to Shockoe Bottom to take this photograph before the window was censored by local authorities.
I don't think I am the only one who misses Lydia Douce, the acclaimed critic who wrote this piece. Lydia, where are you? I MISS you!
Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Ledelle Moe and Greg Streak's exhibition Drift opens this week at 1708 Gallery. The reception on Friday night will be from 7-10.
We will also be open on First Friday, February 2, from 7-10 and there will be an Artist Talk the same day starting at 5pm at the gallery.
Ledelle and her assistants installing the very large concrete and steel sculptures.
Thursday, January 04, 2007
Ledelle Moe’s resume of shows is extensive and features solo shows at
Greg Streak’s video are a hypnotic slowing of time – through subtle use of color, they bring about dramatic events that vacillate between liminal and subliminal apprehensions of image and meaning. Streak says, “This conscious disruption is a device to counterbalance the prosaic manner within which most of us accept the status quo as given. The work is about questioning systems of hierarchy on a macro and micro level.” Streak lives and works as an artist, writer, and curator in
This Exhibition is sponsored in part by
Brooke and Mason Hearn and McKinnon and Harris, Inc.
High Resolution Images available upon request.