1/15: Collections as Evidence of Now at Zygote Press

by

comment

The last time Shelly DiCello and Margot Ecke collaborated on a show at Zygote Press, they presented their own work as documentation of places and lives. The exhibit included DiCello’s intaglio prints and Ecke’s collection of objects — intriguing bits like a lock of hair and a World War II-era German glass eye. This time, they carry the idea of collecting and cataloging forward as curators of Collections as Evidence of Now, which includes works by 27 artists responding to the concept of collections as representations of life. Participants include Achala Wali, Andrea Joki, Margaret Kimura, Inge Bruggeman and Amy Kligman, the artist formerly known as Amathin. The show opens with a reception from 6-9 tonight and runs through February 20 at Zygote Press (1410 E. 30th St., 216.621.2900). Admission is free. — Michael Gill

Add a comment