UPCOMING

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Shadow of the Gradient

Image: Shelley Smith,  The World Is Too Full No. 7 , 2019 Digitally manipulated iPhone6 photograph. Dimensions: variable

Image: Shelley Smith, The World Is Too Full No. 7, 2019 Digitally manipulated iPhone6 photograph. Dimensions: variable

June 15 - July 21 2019
Opening Reception Saturday, June 15th 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Ortega y Gasset Projects is pleased to announce Shadow of the Gradient, a Group exhibition featuring artists from the 2018 Open Call curated by Co-Director Clare Britt. The Opening Reception is on Saturday, June 15th, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The exhibition will run through July 21st, 2019.

An empty astronaut suit drifts across the galaxy in a red convertible Tesla.
A backcountry hiker lingers on the trail in the Blue Ridge Mountains watching the Brown Mountain lights flicker.
A group of Scientists try to conquer and control nature while sealed inside Biosphere 2.
A Yoga Guru climbs to the top of Cathedral Rock to get lost in an Energy Vortex.
UFO chasers anxiously await the sun to set and witness the Marfa lights in the distance.
A team of Documentary filmmakers board a boat and set sail to the Plastic Island in the Pacific Ocean.

These are realties where humans chase the unknown, explore the depths of space (ocean and outer), and face the monsters that haunt them (mental and physical).

These artists use nature imagery and science fiction with deep sensory materials that trigger an emotional reaction. A common thread I see between these artist work is an anticipation of time passing with some hope for a reconstructed future where new biologies and organisms live past technology on the other side of human existence.

Devra Freelander (Queens, NY)

MaDora Frey (Atlanta, GA)

Rachel Guardiola (Baltimore, MD)

Roxanne Jackson (Brooklyn, NY)

Taryn M. McMahon (Kent, OH)

Kat Ryals (Brooklyn, NY)

Shelley Smith (Raleigh, NC)

 

How Shallow

July 27 - August 25, 2019

image: Meghan Grubb,  Tidewrack,  2019, plaster and aqua resin, dimensions variable

image: Meghan Grubb, Tidewrack, 2019, plaster and aqua resin, dimensions variable

Opening: Saturday, July 27, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM

A collaboration with the Co-Directors of Monaco in St. Louis:

Sage Dawson

Meghan Grubb

Allison Lacher

Edo Rosenblith


 
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Open Call: Artist To Be Announced June 1st 2019

September 14 - October 13 2019

 

Two-person exhibition with Natessa Amin and Susan Klein

image: Susan Klein,  Transmission , 2017. epoxy resin clay, foam, foam hardener, acrylic paint 20" x 20" x 15"

image: Susan Klein, Transmission, 2017. epoxy resin clay, foam, foam hardener, acrylic paint 20" x 20" x 15"

Curated by Will Hutnick

October 19 - November 24, 2019

Opening: Saturday, October 19, 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM