August 1 — September 29, 2015
Sherts and Dreams is a collection of canvas that has been cut or stretched and colored using fat brushes and watery pigments. The body of work regularly references clothing or textiles; sometimes unwillingly, sometimes directly. While there are numerous nods to branding and rampant cultural jests, it is balanced by a number of more pious attempts to communicate purely by means of color and composition. Between these opposing contexts, individual pieces must find their way by embracing their vague familiarity and seeking authentic epiphany.
Kevin McNamee-Tweed is an artist and curator based in Austin, Texas. Raised in North Carolina, he graduated from NYU in 2007. His work has been exhibited around the country, ranging from installations and visual art, to books and zines. His exhibition, Rocks, won the Austin Critics Table Award for Best Solo Exhibition in 2012-2013. His 2014 project, Books, was recently published by Farewell Books, Molasses Books, and Raw Paw. He currently works as Gallery Curator at Big Medium in Austin, Texas.
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