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Climate Imprints

June 22 - October 19, 2024

Opening Reception: June 22, 4-7pm

Swamp surrounded by ferns and trees

"2 Glowing Hills/Black Night," Tara Sabharwal 2019

Witnessing the increasingly evident signs of the destruction of our livable environment weighs heavy on the minds of many artists. As environmental and agricultural issues worsen, all people are forced to rethink their current situations to survive. Climate change is seamlessly linked with migration, much of the cause of the other.

Artists collectively reflect the culture and thoughts of a society and printmaking has historically been a medium that reflects on pressing current events. In this exhibition artists examine their responses to the climate crisis through various printmaking techniques.


Curated by: 

Chakaia Booker, Tara Sabharwal, and Justin Sanz




Artist(s)

John Andrews

Chakaia Booker

Edward Fausty

Anna Fiacco

Rie Hasegawa

Shervone Neckles 

Mohammad Khalil

Essye Klempner

Tara Sabharwal

Justin Sanz

Sarah Sears

Yasuyo Tanaka

Ethan Tate


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