Tag: Finch Lane Gallery

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Alise Anderson’s Finch Lane Exhibit Works in the Margins for Mutual Improvement

There’s a contrast between the exhibition’s title, unruly, and the cooperative, even collaborative feelings evident in the works within. It’s a dissonance that all too clearly arises not in the sentiments of the artist, Alise Anderson, but rather in her recognition of some egregious, inhospitable response from within […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Malachi Wilson’s Art Challenges the Viewer to Look and See More Deeply

Malachi Wilson’s gallery card initially challenges the viewer who seeks an explanation of his art’s purpose. With careful reading, however, eventually it does make sense. “These works use distinct mediums to approach the footprints and forms of different natural objects, including the human body,” it says. Meaning what? […]

Exhibition Reviews | Visual Arts

Elpitha Tsoutsounakis Mines Ochre for Its Past and Present Possibilities

In Finch Lane’s west gallery, past Casey Lou Miller’s intricate wood cutouts of desert plants, Elpitha Tsoutsounakis’ exhibition, Unknown Prospect: Body, Pigment, Swatch, creates a space for the expansion of thoughts and ideas concerning earth. Throughout the space, Tsoutsounakis explores and ponders the multifaceted roles and forms of […]

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