Caitlin Berry Fine Art Hosts an Artist Talk with Eric Uhlir

By Editorial Team on November 9, 2020
Courtesy of Caitlin Berry Fine.
Instagram Live @cberryfineart: Wednesday, November 11 at 12:00pm EST

Join us on Instagram @cberryfineart for a lunchtime conversation with Eric Uhlir on the occasion of his online exclusive exhibition Remember an Infinite Wave. Eric will discuss the themes of the exhibition including ideas about climate change, colonialism, human interaction and migration. His work explores the persistent social and political upheaval of our time and frames this exploration with the trappings of his Southern California upbringing, calling forth imagery of endless sunshine, surf culture, and wildfires that continues to ravage the landscape today. The exhibition is viewable on Artsy through November 30 with bespoke virtual gallery views by Montgomery + Townsend Architecture and Design.

Eric Uhlir (American, b. 1979) grew up in Southern California and earned his BFA from the University of Texas at Austin in 2003. His work is both figurative and abstract, examining the Anthropocene in the context of art history. He exhibited at IA&A at Hilyer in Washington, DC in 2019 and his work is held in private collections internationally. He keeps a studio in Washington, DC. This is his first exhibition with Caitlin Berry Fine Art.

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