Gallery Openings and Events

All We Art Presents Naturally Occurring Patterns

Quite Basin by Donna Cameron. Courtesy of All We Art.

Quite Basin by Donna Cameron. Courtesy of All We Art.

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Opening: Friday, March 27 from 6pm to 9pm

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All We Art is pleased to announce, Naturally Occurring Patterns, featuring artists Donna Cameron, Mariana Copello and Mark Parascandola and a Special Selection of Jewelry from Luma Gold, opening with a public reception on Friday, March 27, 2015 from 6pm  to 9pm. The exhibition will run through April 12, 2015 and include two artist talks.

Donna Cameron, based in New York City, is a well-known American artist working in photography, painting, and graphics on film. Cameron will share a retrospective of her various mediums for her show with All We Art. Most notably Cameron’s work was featured at both the Whitney Museum of American Art and the MoMA in 2000 and the 2005 and 2007 Venice Biennale. She holds an MPS in art and technology from the Tish School of Arts and a BFA in film/photography from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

A Venezuelan by birth, Mariana Copello is currently based in Houston, TX. As a young, emerging sculptor, she is heavily influenced by geometric abstraction and strives to portray the beauty and harmony of form. The work Copello will show is from her ALLEGRO series, one inspired by music, representing the repetition and combination of notes, melodies and lyrics. Copello is currently pursuing her art education at the Glassell School of Art, Museum of Fine Arts.

Washington DC based artist Mark Parascandola, uses his traditional training in epidemiology to explore patterns of change among populations. His work focuses on architecture and often the absence of habitation and yet the presence of a community. At All We Art Parascandola will share his work of Carabanchel, an abandoned prison that has been used as a canvas by street artists of the surrounding area. In June 2014, Carabanchel was published, in a photobook, including photographs and text about the infamous Franco-era prison in Madrid.

In addition, Luma Gold, the only authorized manufacturer in Bogota, Colombia to reproduce the famous gold works of the Gold Museum of Bogota, will display works that captures the essence of the Pre-Columbian indigenous civilizations. The works are believed to have captured nature and the essence of their meaning to the ancient civilization. Luma Gold will share jewelry, accessories and decorative figures.

Through Naturally Occurring Patterns, All We Art hopes to further their mission to serve as a multidisciplinary space dedicated to promoting international cultural exchange through exhibitions, cultural programs and related services.

Gallery Hours:

  • Wednesday – Saturday: 11am – 6pm
  • Sunday: 1pm – 5pm
  • and by appointment

All We Art is located at 1666 33rd Street NW. For more information about the opening, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1044672742229121/ and about the artist talk visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1384580688530155/ or [email protected] or visit www.allweartstudio.com.

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