The Kreeger Museum Hosts TRACES Artist Talk: Part 2

By Editorial Team on November 9, 2020
Installation view: (background) Katherine Tzu-Lan Mann, Salamander Room, 2020, Collage, acrylic, and sumi ink on cut paper, 9.5 x 35 x 8 ft. Courtesy of the artist, (foreground, left to right) Roxana Alger Geffen, Slumped Coil, 2020, used climbing rope, cast iron bracket, cut velvet fabric, thread, leather thong, telephone wire, artificial hair, Courtesy of the artist; The Cloak of Unfair Advantage, 2019, Artist’s great-grandmother’s bedspread, rope, string, bone beads, iron wrenches, brass hook and ring, bias tape, 64 x 52 x 39 in. Courtesy Kreeger Musem; Photo by Greg Staley.
Talk: Thursday, November 12 at 5:00pm

TRACES Artist Talk: Part 2 features Roxana Alger Geffen, Rania Hassan, Sebastian Martorana, and John Silva.

Join guest curator Sarah Tanguy for two conversations with Washington-area artists currently featured in TRACES. They will explore the exhibition’s themes of displacement, connectivity, and transformation; discuss the evolution of the project; and discover new relations across the wide range of approaches and media the show presents.

This is a free virtual program that will take place via Zoom; preregistration required.

Read the TRACES Digital Catalogue: