Ex­hi­bi­tion­ism

A PEEK AT WHAT’S SHOW­ING AROUND TOWN

Pasatiempo - - CONTENTS - by Michael Abatemarco

Josh Harker: Cra­nia Anatom­ica Fili­gre: Bi­nary 2011, 3-D-printed polyamide Form & Con­cept, 435 S. Guadalupe St., 505-982-8111 In con­junc­tion with Cur­rents: The Santa Fe In­ter­na­tional New Me­dia Fes­ti­val, Form & Con­cept presents Vir­tual Ob­ject, an ex­hi­bi­tion of 3-D-printed art­works by Josh Harker, Robert Krawczyk, Kristin Stran­sky, McArthur Free­man, and oth­ers. The ex­hi­bi­tion, cu­rated by Cur­rents or­ga­niz­ers Frank Ragano and Mar­i­an­nah Am­ster, in­cludes Harker’s fil­i­gree skull, the re­sult of one of the most funded sculp­tural projects in Kick­starter history. In 3-D print­ing, suc­ces­sive lay­ers of ma­te­rial are built up un­der com­puter con­trol, re­sult­ing in ex­act repli­cas of com­puter-mod­eled im­ages. The re­cep­tion is at 5 p.m. on Fri­day, June 10.

Karolina Maszkiewicz: Awak­en­ing 2016, wood, stain­less steel, ve­neer, stain, lac­quer

Ellsworth Gallery, 215 E. Palace Ave., 505-989-7900 Ellsworth presents Form and Fruition, a three-per­son show of con­trast­ing works in paint­ing and sculp­ture. Jeff Juh­lin’s lu­mi­nous mixed-me­dia en­caus­tics com­bine lay­ered im­agery and color in ab­stract and lin­ear com­po­si­tions; Kim Piotrowski’s ab­strac­tions are ren­dered in brush­strokes that cap­ture a sense of or­der and chaos; and Karolina Maszkiewicz cre­ates flo­ral in­stal­la­tions and el­e­gant ki­netic sculp­tures. The re­cep­tion is Fri­day, June 10, at 5 p.m. Emily Ma­son: Sea Swept 2015, oil on can­vas LewAllen Gal­leries, 1613 Paseo de Per­alta, 505-988-3250 The gallery presents Emily Ma­son: Rip­ple Ef­fect, a se­lec­tion of the East Coast artist’s lyri­cal and lush ab­strac­tions. Known as a Color Field painter, Ma­son ren­ders her com­po­si­tions us­ing a va­ri­ety of tech­niques, in­clud­ing brush­work, pour­ing, and stain­ing. The gallery is also show­ing Michael Roque Collins: Works on Pa­per. The show in­cludes Collins’ at­mo­spheric and im­pres­sion­is­tic wa­ter­col­ors, India-ink draw­ings, and paint­ings in oil and resin over pho­to­graphs. The re­cep­tion for both shows is Fri­day, June 10, be­gin­ning at 5 p.m. Vicki Basta: Branch with Coral 2009, branch and water­color on Aquaboard Liq­uid Out­post, Inn and Spa at Loretto, 211 Old Santa Fe Trail, 505-983-6503 Artist and jew­eler Vicki Basta in­cor­po­rates found ma­te­ri­als into com­po­si­tions that com­bine ab­strac­tion and rep­re­sen­ta­tion­al­ism. “My paint­ings and mixed­me­dia art and jew­elry speak to the soul; they are in­ti­mate, di­men­sional, and earthy,” she writes. “In­tri­cate lay­ers of paint meld with found ob­jects, creating vis­ual worlds of depth and tex­ture.” The re­cep­tion is Satur­day, June 11, at 5 p.m., and is a part of the ARTfeast Edi­ble Art Tour. ARTfeast Edi­ble Art Tour tick­ets can be pur­chased at www.artfeast.org.

Jennifer McCand­less: Last Ditch Ef­fort at As­sim­i­la­tion: Boar 2016, stoneware

Freeform Art Space, 1619 C de Baca Lane, 505-692-9249 Art Shape Mam­moth, a non­profit ded­i­cated to arts re­search, ed­u­ca­tion, and sup­port of artis­tic de­vel­op­ment, teams with Freeform for Leggo My Ego: Pathoses of Con­tem­po­rary Cul­ture. The show, cu­rated by Art Shape Mam­moth’s pro­gram di­rec­tor Amy Joy Hoster­man, is a multi-sen­sory and satiric look at re­la­tion­ships in class struc­tures and hege­monic sys­tems of so­ci­ety. The show in­cludes works by Jennifer McCand­less, Seth Good­man, and Mar­garet No­ble. The re­cep­tion is Satur­day, June 11, at 5:30 p.m.

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