February 28 – March 28, 2013
Reception 5-7 pm / Thursday Feb 28
3/3/3/13 – three video presentations for three weeks in March – was conceived specifically as an all-video exhibition. While the viewer will likely find commonality in the works’ approaches and themes, the videos are distinct, occupying very different sensory and emotional spaces. With one taking a prolonged look at the wall of a building with its crepuscular inhabitants glimpsed through windows (Seitenflügel), another concerning the grim vitality of existential struggle (Where is the Black Beast?), and the third depicting a beautiful and menacing polar seascape (Kivanrepu), perhaps these three works are entirely consonant with the indecisively damp and mercurial nature of late winter.
Admission is free. For more information visit: hanesgallery.wfu.edu/video3
Added February 24th
October 22 – December 7, 2012
Reception 5-7 pm / Tuesday Oct 30
Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery / Wake Forest University
Curated by Tom Patterson
Anne Kesler Shields: Geometries is part of a three-venue celebration of Shields’ work in the year of her 80th birthday, which also incorporates exhibitions at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) and the Salem College Fine Arts Center Gallery. To complement the other two exhibitions, the Charlotte and Philip Hanes Art Gallery is featuring a selection of geometrically focused abstract works that Shields made between 1963 and 1978.
Added October 30th