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CURRENT EXHIBITIONS AND ART FAIRS
THREADED MEMORY
De Buck Gallery Online Viewing Room

De Buck Gallery is pleased to present Threaded Memory, a group exhibition of quilts and fiber pieces featuring work by artists Stephen Towns, Gommaar Gilliams, Marielle Plaisir, Tina Williams Brewer, Ardeshir Tabrizi and Chiachio & Giannone. The exhibition will be on view in De Buck Gallery’s online viewing room and will serve as a preview for a forthcoming exhibition as part of the gallery’s 2020-2021 programming. The artists in this exhibition utilize the layering of fiber and textile to explore personal narratives of identity, collective history, and generational healing. 

To view Threaded Memory, please visit our online viewing room here

 

TAHNEE LONSDALE
Something Other Than This
De Buck Gallery Online Viewing Room

The works in Something Other Than This explore Lonsdale’s identity, sexuality, independence, and the digitized methods of human connection that she developed during her experience in quarantine isolation. Working in oil and spray paint, Lonsdale’s canvases reveal abstracted autobiographical narratives that investigate the dichotomies of contemporary womanhood.

To view Something Other Than This, please visit our online viewing room here

PHOTO L.A. 
Virtual Collect + Connect 2020
June 27- June 28
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Join us online June 27– 28 for Photo L.A.’s first-ever virtual photo fair. Photo L.A. has reimagined the traditional fair space to digitally present over 70 exhibitors via interactive, 3D booths accessed via the Whova app and housed on the photo L.A. website. To preview the fair, click here

The gallery's virtual booth at Photo L.A. will feature a selection of contemporary photographic works by artists Devan Shimoyama and Esmaa Mohamoud, as well as mixed media works by Marielle Plaisir. Shimoyama’s practice examines Black queerness and sexuality, themes shared by the work of Mohamoud, whose included works (from her 2019 “One of the Boys” series), studies Black masculinity in athletics. Utilizing multimedia techniques including collage, Plaisir imagines in her work a reality free of racial hierarchy, layering imagery of nature, beauty, and Black pleasure.

A portion of the sales from Photo L.A. will be donated to an organization that supports the Black community, chosen collaboratively by staff and our artists.
De Buck Gallery Voices
'De Buck Gallery Voices,' our ongoing multimedia project is available now through our youtube channel as well as in our online viewing room. We hope you will enjoy hearing from the artists themselves about their unique ideas and creative process. 
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