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Curated by Katherine Nonemaker
'Have you rearranged the flowers?'
Artists Print III, Sunday 23/3, 5 PM. Brass/ Forest Centre Culturel, Avenue van Volxemlaan 364, Brussels

Wandering through these gardens makes me think of a certain place in a movie I once visited.
Not knowing whether this experience situates itself in the future or the past. 
Fragments of memories are lying in the grass.
The light embraces the shapes of the sculptures, the fountains, the inhabitants of this place.
Making them feel at home equals the decision of putting me in the role of a visitor.
A tourist. A frequent guest. Noticing differences that may have been here all along, and so there might be no change at all.
A stagnation of time in a parallel universe.

credits: Melissa Mabesoone, Oshin Albrecht, Natasja Mabesoone, Jason Dousselaere, Marlies De Clerck
Nora Sturges 
Tank, 2012, oil on MDF, 8x11 inches

Zinaida Serebriakova (1884 - 1967) “3 Self Portraits” 1914

Piet van Stuivenberg by Alice Novotny on Flickr.
Charles Ritchie
Rocking Chair, 1995 
mezzotint on Rives BFK paper
image: 11 1/2 x 10”, sheet: 11 1/2 x 10”, frame: 21 x 17”
edition size: 35, 1995.2.1

This print was created 13 years after the drawing (1983.1.1).
Nora Sturges 
Lost Cushions, 2013, oil in MDF, 10x12 inches
The most famous depiction of the 1833 actually produced in 1889 for the Adventist book Bible Readings for the Home Circle - the engraving is by Adolf Vollmy based upon an original painting by the Swiss artist Karl Jauslin, that is in turn based on a first-person account of the 1833 storm by minister Joseph Harvey Waggoner.
Daffodils with Astronomical Chart, 1996
mezzotint on Rives BFK paperimage: 11 1/2 x 12”, sheet: 11 1/2 x 12”, frame: 14 x 16” edition size: 35, 1996.2.1

This print was developed from the drawing of three years earlier (1995.1.1).

Cindy Sherman
Surface Stress. Structure Strain.The Psychology of Architecture in Baltimore, MD and Nagasaki, Japan.
New works by Greg McLemore
Closing reception April 6th, 12-4 pm 
at Metro Gallery, Baltimore, MD 

Full interview with Greg McLemore coming soon 

Gerhard Richter (German, b. 1932), Waldstück [Forest], 1965. Oil on canvas, 150 x 155 cm. Neues Museum, Staatliches Museum für Kunst und Design, Nuremberg.

Markus Bacher, Peyote, 2010