On Art Focus Tuesday November 10, 2020 at 11:30am, Amanda Clem interviews EM Fuller and Bri Rosen, directors of Fuller Rosen Gallery. Listen as we talk about what it's like to run a gallery —not to mention move physical locations—during the pandemic.
Fuller Rosen Gallery was founded in 2018 by artists EM Fuller (she/her) and BriAnna Rosen (she/her) as a collaborative curatorial project. The gallery exhibits regional, national, and international emerging artists who address urgent, contemporary issues.
Ambrosia will run through November 19, 2020: a solo show of new work by Charlotte, North Carolina based artist Grace Stott. Stott’s ceramic sculptures are an exploration of the body in relation to food. Her recurring fruit imagery results in a disturbing hyper-reality that is at once playful and existential. Glossy ceramic figures transformed into strawberries, bananas, and apples serve as the anthropomorphized inhabitants of Stott’s feminine fantasy; a surreal millennial world where every woman is a Venus that emanates abundance, luxuriance, and joy.
Coming up: Panteha Abareshi and Kayley Berezney: December 03, 2020 - January 14, 2021
~and~ Check out the exhibition Petterning by Ophir El-Boher which had to be moved all online due to the early pandemic gallery closures: https://patterning.fullerrosen.com/
Fuller Rosen Gallery is located at 1928 NW Lovejoy Street and is an ADA accessible space.
Email them to make an appointment to see the art in person: firstname.lastname@example.org
and on instagram @fullerrosen_gallery
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This show was recorded by Zoom videoconferencing software on Nov. 7, 2020.