Special Opening Night performances 7:30 PM
Tom Greenwood, w/ Ron Burns
BARR
Lichens


Kavi Gupta is pleased to present Vaguely Paperly, a group exhibition curated by Chris Johanson.
Vaguely Paperly brings together a diverse group of artists who create works on paper utilizing varying mediums and techniques. The artists in this exhibition approach paper as a painting surface as well as a sculptural medium and address issues of re-use, repetition, memory, and personal politics.

Randy Colosky lives and works in Oakland, CA and has exhibited at White Box Gallery (New York) and Allston Skirt Gallery (Boston).

Dana Dart-McLean lives and works in Portland, OR and has shown her work at Small A Projects (New York), Laura Bartlett Gallery (London), Nicolai Wallner (Copenhagen), Wrong Gallery (New York).

Brendan Fowler lives and works in Los Angeles and has had solo exhibitions at Rivington Arms (NY) and Mesler&Hug (Los Angeles). Fowler will be included in The Generational: Younger Than Jesus at The New Museum (New York) and has performed as BARR at various venues including John Connelly Presents (NY), The Kitchen (NY) and the Orange County Museum of Art.

Tom Greenwood lives and works in Portland, OR and has been included in exhibitions at the Institute of Contemporary Art (London), Jack Hanley (Los Angeles), Nicolai Wallner (Copenhagen) and is the founding member of the band Jackie-O Motherfucker. Some works in the exhibition are original art included in the upcoming record titled Ballads of the Revolution.

Randy Moore lives and works in New York and has had solo exhibitions at Sperone Westwater (New York), Sprovieri Gallery (London) and has been included in shows at Arndt & Partner (Berlin), Printed Matter (NY) and The Drawing Center (NY).

Max Schumann lives and works in NY and has had solo exhibitions at the Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis and Taxter & Spengemann (New York).

Installation View; Vaguely Paperly

Installation View; Vaguely Paperly

Installation View; Vaguely Paperly

Installation View; Vaguely Paperly


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