Gratitude to them, to Gene, and to so many others who supported this realization.
Walking into the meditative gallery space from the main library.
Catching some of the larger pieces through the vitrine reflections.
Capturing exhibition signage, the “Concurrencies” artists’ book, the two Concurrencies hangings, and “Throes of the Body” in the vitrine.
A favorite corner of the Curators, Installers and myself!
“Three Sisters and Their Mother” on the wall, hanging over the titular work, “I Can’t I Won’t I Will I Do” on shelf.
“Finally, and Just For A Minute” suspended. Black on black on black is challenging to photograph.
A shot that manages to include over half the pieces in the show.
Gene was able to present me surrounded and supported by my works.
We were able to employ the hallway to present other works, and enlargements of the images featured in my artists’ book, “Concurrencies”, comparing the lives and works of artists Charlotte Salomon and Eva Hesse.
The Journey Continues. In gratitude and appreciation.