Quintana Behringer presents their next visual arts exhibition exploring the themes of this past year revolving around self-awareness, isolation, longing for friends and family, and your mental state.
Participating in the ongoing quarantine and social distancing practices, we as a community have been asked to stay home, separate ourselves and continue to monitor our health. For the first time we are all collectively imposed to a knew kind of solitude and asocial society.
Our December exhibition, ‘How Have You Been?’ explores the themes of this past year revolving around self-awareness, isolation, longing for friends and family, body-awareness and your state of mind.
We are excited to feature 12 artists with backgrounds in photography, painting, screen printing, embroidery and more. Through these works we encourage our patrons to reflect on how quarantine has impacted your mental, physical, and social state of being. This exhibition will be open to the public with masks required as well as virtually online through our website.
We extend our deepest gratitude to the featured artists, John Brooks, Jessica Calderwood, Ruth Crowe, Kara Doak, Hale Ekinci, Levi Hadley, John Harlan Norris, Sara Olshansky, Christina Zimmer Robertson, Brandon C. Smith, Mark Sawrie, and David Wischer. We cannot continue to work without the support of like-minded artists in a like-minded arts community.
For more information and private walk throughs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
* The virtual exhibition will be available on opening day so all can view safely *
First Friday, December 4th, 2020, 6-9pm
Schwitzer Gallery on Second Floor at
the Circle City Industrial Complex
1125 E Brookside Ave
Indianapolis, IN 46202