Frank Juarez Gallery is pleased to announce two new exhibitions, “A Call to Halt” featuring an installation by Brandon Bauer and “Something Old. Something New” featuring serigraphs, figure monotypes, etchings, pencil silkscreen monotypes, and paintings by Larry Basky.
Join us for an artist reception on November 30 from 5 to 8pm with an artist talk at 6pm. The gallery is located at 604 Erie Avenue, Lower Level in Sheboygan. This exhibition runs from November 21 through December 21, 2013.
“A Call To Halt” is a multimedia installation and critical timeline of the Euromissiles Crisis, and of the nuclear abolition movement in the United States from 1977-1987. The installation includes a participatory reenactment of the 1982 Nuclear Freeze Referenda, in which Wisconsin was the first in the nation to put multilateral nuclear disarmament policy to a popular vote. Viewers will have a chance to become participants as they cast their vote for or against nuclear disarmament.
“Something Old, Something New” features unseen works by Master printmaker, Larry Basky, from the 1970′s, 1980′s and 2000. These works will range from serigraphs (1978), black and white figure monoprints, pencil serigraph monoprints, etchings, paintings and new serigraphs from Starved Rock State Park, Utica, Ill.
These exhibitions mark the last two shows of the year at the Frank Juarez Gallery. Effective in January 2014, the Frank Juarez Gallery will be relocated downtown Sheboygan.
Gallery hours are Saturdays from 10am-4pm and by appointment.
Open to the public.
Contact Frank Juarez at 920.559.7181 or frankjuarezgallery(at)gmail.com for further information about this exhibition. Visit frankjuarezgallery.com to read about the artists.
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