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Hosfelt Gallery: Rina Banerjee - Human Likeness
Comment by AB: Strange and unusual materials and compositions blend beautifully together in unconventional ways. Rina Banerjee's assemblages and works on paper perhaps exemplify her perspective on the world today, that no matter who you are or what you are, you deserve to be welcomed, accepted and considered part of the whole. But clearly the scenarios she materializes are not without turmoil.
Art by Rina Banerjee at Hosfelt Gallery.
Assemblage in above image closer (like it).
At in top image closer.
Detail of art in above image by Rina Banerjee.
Rina Banerjee and her art at Hosfelt Gallery.
Sculpture by Rina Banerjee (like it).
Detail of art in above image.
Watercolor art by Rina Banerjee up close.
Installation view - Rina Banerjee art show at Hosfelt Gallery.
Incline Gallery: Push/Pull - Laurel Shear and Melissa Wyman
Comment by AB: Melissa Wyman uses scrap hardware as the basis for her art, resting it on various surfaces and combining with various liquids to produce corrosive effects. She tells me a significant part of her practice focuses on "combative" aspects of interacting and making art, where two or more artists collaborate in oppositional ways. Also on the docket are colorful abstractions with representational overtones by Laurel Shear.
Melissa Wyman and her art at Incline Gallery.
Old rusted hardware used in Melissa Wyman's art.
Art by Melissa Wyman.
Pinkie cam detail of art in above image.
Art by Laurel Shear.
Laurel Shear art closer.
Book and Job Gallery: Kyle Smith - West Portals
Comment by AB: Interesting mix of lightbox images by Kyle Smith.
Lightbox photography by Kyle Smith at Book & Job Gallery.
Photograph by Kyle Smith.
Kyle Smith back-lit photography.
Lightbox photographs by Kyle Smith.
Ambiance - Kyle Smith photography show at Book & Job Gallery.