Hannah Price, Ines Fixated, 2018, Archival inkjet print, courtesy of the artist

Hannah Price, Ines Fixated, 2018, Archival inkjet print, courtesy of the artist

Hannah Price:

Semaphore

Sept 6th, 2018 - Nov 17th, 2018

A photographic artist and filmmaker, Hannah Price is primarily interested in documenting relationships, race and gender politics, social perception, and misperception. Price's new series, Semaphore is a collection of works that explore the overt and subtle ways we signal our identity to the world. Using elegant black and white portraits, video interviews, and text pieces, Price and her subjects share how they see themselves existing in the world in terms of race, gender, class, and power. Price's perspective is tender and generous, allowing her viewers and her subjects ample room to wrestle with these sensitive and complex topics.

Price graduated from the Yale School of Art with an MFA in 2014, receiving the Richard Benson Prize for excellence in photography. Over the past six years, Price's photographs have been displayed in several cities across the United States, with many residing in the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

 Andre Bradley,  Class of 2005 (A Vision Becomes a Reality...In Cap and Gown) , 2015-2018, Archival inkjet print, courtesy of the artist

Andre Bradley, Class of 2005 (A Vision Becomes a Reality...In Cap and Gown), 2015-2018, Archival inkjet print, courtesy of the artist

Andre Bradley:

Family SYSTEMS THEORY

Sept 6th, 2018 - Nov 17th, 2018

Andre Bradley’s exhibition Family Systems Theory is a provocative exploration of his life as a young adult and his path becoming an artist. Part story, part lyrical investigation, this exhibition hinges on an array of pages from Bradley’s high school yearbook where he is pictured with the non-graduates in everyday clothes alongside the school’s the graduates who are shown wearing ceremonial cap and gown. This gesture of public shaming is contrasted with a series of photographic studies based on materials that Bradley rejected from his paintings and collages in art school. Together these two sets of images are a meditation on narrative agency, the narrow distance between success and failure, and
how one person can be defined so differently depending on the system they are in.

 

 

RELATED EVENTS

Unblurred Penn Avenue Art Walk / 7pm, Friday, Sept, 7th 2018

Join us for the opening reception of our Fellowship 18 exhibitions during the Unblurred Penn Avenue Art Walk

Artist Talk and Opening / 7pm, Thursday, Sept 6th, 2018

Artists Hannah Price and Andre Bradley will present artists talks on their solo exhibitions, Semaphore and Family Systems Theory


PAST EXHIBITIONS

Fellowship 2018

Images Courtesy of Sean Carrol Photographs