Prelapsarian: Annie Zvervina / September 27, 2018 / 5:30 - 7:30pm

Annie Zverina is both working towards and pulling apart an articulation of the refusal of ahistoricism, pitting meta-narratives against the notion of hypermodernity. In Prelapsarian,” Zverina exhibits discrete pieces that challenge the semiotics of political power through the use of historical anecdotes. Citing Dante’s Divine Comedy as the original autobiography as epic, a widely adopted and bastardized form of political speech, the recording of an accordion plays.


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We Used to Have Parties / November 1, 2018 / 5:30 - 7:30pm

Kelley Stelling Contemporary presents a group exhibition of paintings by John Bonner, Patrick Cunha, Catherine Graffam and Mike Howat titled “We Used to Have Parties”.

There is a pensive quality to the work of the four painters represented in this show. The exhibition title was inspired by the eponymous poem by Justin Marks. It’s first four lines inform the show.