Presented by the Washington Sculptors Group and the Department of Visual and Performing Arts, Montgomery College, Takoma Park/Silver Spring Campus
King Street Gallery
The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center
930 King Street
Silver Spring, MD 20910
Monday- Friday, 8am – 4pm
October 24 – November 22, 2016
Claudia Rousseau, PhD.
Thursday, October 27, 2016, 6-8 pm
Gallery Talk at 5pm
Jan Paul Acton, c.l. bigelow, Alan Binstock, Nizette Brennan, Jacqui Crocetta, Alonzo Davis, Joel D’Orazio, Kate Doyle, Jeffery Cooper, Annie Farrar, Martin Feldman, Mary Annella Mimi Frank, Marilyn Geldzahler, Linda Hesh, Penny Jacoby, Craig Kraft, Ruth Lozner, Rosemary Luckett, Gordon Lyon, Joan Mayfield, Kass McGowan, Rob Muir, Iris Posner, Christopher Romer, Mike Shaffer, Diane Szczepaniak, L. S. Watson, Roy Ysla, Julie Zirlin
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
What is a landmark? It may be something built by human hands, or be something that exists in nature. It often connotes the idea of place, of a direction or a turning point. It could be a totem, a flag, or a magic symbol marking a liminal threshold. It could be a mark on the ground or on a wall, or it could be a tall structure. It could be a memorial or a monument. Landmarks can also be understood in terms of time; a moment between one period and another, or historically between one people and another. It can be seen as a sign of the times, a moment of crisis or change such as a “landmark decision” or “landmark legislation”. Landmarks are everywhere in our world and in our language.
– Claudia Rousseau
ABOUT THE CURATOR
Claudia Rousseau completed her PhD at Columbia University in New York, and has taught at Montgomery College since 2003. An internationally published scholar, she is also a recognized critic of contemporary art and a curator of art exhibitions in the region. In 2010, she earned membership in the prestigious International Association of Art Critics (AICA) for her writing on art including 11 years of monthly reviews as art critic for the Gazette newspapers, Dr. Rousseau currently serves as a panel member of the Public Arts Trust Steering Committee of the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County, as well as the Art Review Panel for the Maryland-National Capitol Parks and Planning Commission for public art.
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