On View: Chitra Ganesh @ Brooklyn Museum

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Durham Press would like to congratulate Chitra Ganesh on her exhibition at Brooklyn Museum titled Eyes of Time, which runs from December 12, 2014 through July 12, 2015. The sight-specific focuses on a mural of the Hindu goddess of destruction and rebirth while exploring femininity and empowerment.

Hours:
Wed 11am – 6pm
Thurs 11am – 10pm
Fri, Sat, Sun 11am – 6pm
first Sat of month 11am – 11pm
Closed Mon and Tues

Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art

Herstory Gallery, 4th Floor
Brooklyn Museum
200 Eastern Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11238-6052

Chitra Ganesh will also be exhibiting in On Paper: Alternate Realities at the Baltimore Museum of Art. An exhibition of 26 prints from a diverse group of artists, this new show explores the relationship between high and low art by reimagining the visual language of popular culture. Featured artists include Wangechi Mutu, Amy Cutler, Chitra Ganesh, and Enrique Chagoya.

The exhibition runs until April 12, 2015.

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Architects of the Future: Away from the Watcher | 2014, Woodblock and Screenprint, 25 3/4″x 31 3/8, Ed. 25

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Roland Fischer @ Walter Storms Galerie, Munich

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Friend and Durham Press artist, Roland Fischer, is currently showing his Chinese Pool Portraits at the Walter Storms Galerie in Munich, Germany.

The press release from the show states, “With the Chinese Pool Portraits Roland Fischer modifies his internationally successful series from the 1990s, Los Angeles Portraits. Photographed in Beijing and Shanghai the shown women (and few men) come from all parts of China. Now the busts of the portrayed surrounded by the blue monochrome surface of the water, are not taken up any more exclusively en face. The postures of the head and postures vary, the looks are directed inside or visionary in the distance. The persons in the Chinese Pool Portraits seem isolated individuals, without tips to social standing or occupation. Where Asians are similar, otherwise, from western view, Fischer succeeds in introducing individual personalities to the viewer. The Chinese Pool Portraits represent in her totality the energy and the unconditional, powerful wish of the young generation of proud and forward striving people with absolute self-confidence. We had an exciting première with the Chinese Pool Portraits in a one man show on the new art fair “ShContemporary” in Shanghai. Enlarged with new motives we show the work group now for the first time in Munich.”