Queer and Peculiar Craft showcases an inter-sectional group of artists who explore craft to transgress expectations of traditional materials, methods, and meaning. Artists included in this exhibition each have an uncanny ability to find their voice by expanding the boundaries of cultural traditions. Their craft strategies expand techniques with long histories, such as pottery, quilting, cross stitching, needle felting, crochet, and printmaking, among other media.
These makers explore how making and meaning provide unique perspectives on queer aesthetics, feminism, and explorations of identity in relationship to place, culture and history.
Artists: Koren Christofides, Greg Climer, Roxanne Jackson, Brian Kenny, Edmund Langdell, Phoenix Lindsey-Hall, Vick Quezada, Timo Rissanen, Andrew Cornell Robinson, Juana Valdes, and Lu Zhang.
The Clemente Abrazo Interno Gallery 107 Suffolk Street, New York, NY 10002. www.theclementecenter.org
Dec 5, 2019 through Jan 18, 2020. On view Wed - Sun 12-7pm.
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Queer + Peculiar Craft is curated by Fred Frelinghuysen Presents and Andrew C. Robinson.
Support for this exhibition is provided by The Clemente, and the Arts + Crafts Research Studio.
Exhibition of prints and drawings by Andrew Cornell Robinson at the Equity Gallery Opening Thursday, March 21, 2019 from 6 – 8pm, and the show continues to April 13. 245 Broome St., NY NY 10002 www.nyartistsequity.org
"I love the sense of touch and connection to the maker. Looking at or if you are lucky enough to hold a polychrome pot by Nampeyo, and feel the pinched clay on the interior of one of her seed jars, and realize that it was her hands that made that..."
"I love the sense of touch and connection to the maker. Looking at or if you are lucky enough to hold a polychrome pot by Nampeyo, and feel the pinched clay on the interior of one of her seed jars, and realize that it was her hands that made that..." Read more
Studio visit video and interview with Andrew Cornell Robinson in conjunction with an online exhibition with NY Artists Equity Gallery, featuring new work created during the pandemic quarantine. Read more
Andrew draw a series of Phrygian caps with gouache, pastel and ink on hand made paper. Read more
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Ceramic Workshops with Andrew Cornell Robinson. Through lectures, class discussion, research and making through drawing, modeling and prototyping in clay we will imagine and make new forms for the table from the practical to the poetic. Read more