June 2016 Third Friday Radar
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June 2016 Third Friday Radar

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Friday 6:00-9:00pm

PLUG Projects

1613 Genessee St.

Kansas City, MO 64102

An exhibition focusing on translations between media in a culture spliced by endless mediation of images. This constant onslaught of information overload is distilled into work by  Midori Harima, Laura Letinsky, Nick Marshall, Melaney Ann Mitchell, John Paul Morabito, Zach Nader, and Jered Sprecher 

 

Fallen Pictures / A Solo Exhibition by Jonah Criswell

Friday 6:00-9:00pm

PLUG Projects

1613 Genessee St.

Kansas City, MO 64102

Fallen Pictures feature new drawings and paintings by Jonah Criswell that explore haunting viewpoints of fantasy. Dreamlike paintings and drawings of paintings that look toward a future that is an escape from the present.

The Liminal and the Limitless

Friday 6:00-10:00pm

50/50

1628 Wyoming St

Kansas City, MO 64102

The Liminal and the Limitless showcases the work of Stephen Proski (KC), Samara Umbral (KC), Maya Martinez (BM) and Troyese Robinson (LA) These artists work through  liminality which is relating to an intermediate place, state, or condition. The Billboard on view will also feature the work of Stephen Proski’s “I Hope you Like my Stupid Painting”

Charles Jones – Wilderness/The Western Edge of a Dream

Friday 6:00-9:00 pm

Kiosk Gallery

916 E 5th St

Kansas City, MO 64106

Charles Jones is presenting drawings and sculptures that serve as plans, maquettes, and in-progress designs for future large scale sculptures and installations.

Garry Noland- New Surfaces

Friday 6:00-9:00 pm

Haw Contemporary

1600 Liberty

Kansas City, MO 64102

New works by Garry Noland made from found and reclaimed material. These pieces allow the material to dictate “who’s boos” and allow one to find mundane in the grand in the grand in the mundane.

 

 

Anthony Baab – Cover the Earth III 

Friday 6:00 – 9:00pm

Haw Contemporary

1600 Liberty

Kansas City, MO 64102

In the installations third iteration, Anthony Baab uses these forms to discuss our relationship consumerism and the packaged object. With each move, the installation changes as sculptures are broken down, repaired and re-purposed.

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