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JOHANNSON - MERCURY 20
TRANSMISSION - VESSEL
Reported by Maura McMichael
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Johansson Projects: Courtney Sennish - Guide Me,Paradise.
Comment by Maura McMichael: Massive weighty sculptures but with a playful air.
Concrete blocks assembled on the floor by Courtney Sennish.
Post chained to wall.
Main space in Johannson Projects.
Courtney Sennish mixed media sculptures.
Dot texture is a prominent texture in Courtney Sennish sculpture.
Concrete slab braced against the wall at Johannson Projects.
Auto glass that takes on the shape of the state California.
Trash can and grate are the sculptures in the entrance for the show.
Mercury20: Nick Dong - Cosmic Dance; Charlie Milgrim - Bethlehem.
Comment by Maura McMichael: Two solo shows that need to be seen in person.
Cube levitates over an undulating mosaic surface of glass, casting moving constellations on the walls by Nick Dong.
Nick Dong with his sculpture that is suspended from the ceiling.
Detail of the heart of the sculpture in above image.
Rocking chair with rocking sculptures by Nick Dong.
Prints of photographs by Charlie Milgrim.
An ode to the steel mills by Charlie Milgrim.
Artist Charlie Milgrim gives a talk.
Factory scenes by Charlie Milgrim.
Transmission Gallery: Livia Stein - New Work
Comment by Maura McMichael: A curious body of work.
Bears and birds by Livia Stein at Transmission Gallery.
Livia Stein art at Transmission Gallery.
Prints and paintings next to each other by Livia Stein.
Mixed media pieces by Livia Stein have a playful air.
Figures take an abstract quality.
Cute animals converse by Livia Stein at Transmission Gallery.
Vessel Gallery: William Harsh - Unfolding Possibilities.
Review by Maura McMichael: The late William Harsh's cubist paintings.
William Harsh worked in all scales from large to small.
The loft of Vessel Gallery.
William Harsh cubist paintings are made from imagination.
Small works on paper by William Harsh.
William Harsh was inspired by Picasso, Max Beckmann, Giorgio di Chirico and many others.
Blue shapes have continous movement.
Cubism continues after Picasso - art by William Harsh.
Floor level of Vessel Gallery.