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September 1, 2015From: Alice F. And Harris K. Weston Art Gallery
Inspired by the punk band Black Flag’s influential 1981 song of the same name, artist, independent curator, and Cincinnati native Todd Pavlisko (Boston, MA) will present two multifaceted exhibitions that examine the varied experience of amassing objects and the practice of collecting. In the Weston’s street-level space, Pavlisko will take a unique approach to this idea by selecting artists who accumulate and amass objects to form sculptural installations.
In the lower galleries, Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie will segue into selections from several renowned yet private Cincinnati collectors including Dot and Dana Brunson, Linda and George Kurz, Michael Lowe, Linda Schwartz, Andy Stillpass, and Sara and Michelle Vance Waddell. The region has a wealth of contemporary art collectors unintimidated by work that is socially conscious and often difficult in content. This rare and unique installation will unveil works never publicly shown in the area and shed light on how some individuals in our community collect and live with art.
Date: November 20,2015 - January 17,2016
Tuesday-Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Sunday: Noon – 5:00 p.m.
Alice F. And Harris K. Weston Art Gallery
650 Walnut Street,
Cincinnati, OH 45202
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