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      Critique Session with Rose DiSalvo, School of the Art Institute of Chicago in Sheboygan

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      March 2, 2013

      Saturday   1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

      604 Erie Avenue
      Sheboygan, Wisconsin 53081

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      Critique Session with Rose DiSalvo, School of the Art Institute of Chicago

      Critique Series (RSVP)

      Join us for a 2-hour critique session facilitated by an art professional. These sessions are designed to foster a platform, which will provide artists with a way to talk about his/her work and to seek unexplored creative avenues from the facilitator and participants. Artists are expected to bring 2-3 pieces to this critique session; framed or unframed. These critiques are Free. 

       

      Date: March 2 from 1 to 3pm. 


      About Rose DiSalvo

      Rose DiSalvo-Herzog was born in California in 1976. She has an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and a BA from UCLA. She has completed numerous artist residencies, including NIV in Dehli, India, and Arterra in Portugal. Her first solo show was at 2ND FLR gallery in Chicago (2010), and her work has been showing most recently in Chicago and Michigan. She presently lives in Chicago.

       

       photo courtesy of the artist


      Arist Statement

      I seek a condition that is at once contemporary and timeless in my images, often to uncover historical forbears of contemporary subjects. For example, a pixilated line may be combined with oil paint, and a modern model may have a resemblance to a Renaissance sitter.

      My recent work takes up the subject of the contemporary body and perceptions of body. I am especially interested in the ambiguities of a body that fails, subverts or exceeds conventional expectations. Hence, a pregnant man, a living Barbie woman, a fetus resembling a Pompeii mummy.  I am interested in the edge where surface and essence (or nature) are bound to and betraying one another.

      I take pleasure in the tropes of painting, such as the frame and evidence of the hand. I treat the material issues of painting less conventionally, making use of mixed media for color and texture. Color is also a central concern.

      Abstraction and figuration play a role in my work via a process by which an image gets distilled and elaborated. The paintings show the transformation of their source materials by my hand. A lo-fi line, for example, descries the image’s prior digital state and its history of circulation, but is re-contextualized as a formal element in iconic portraiture. In this way, the paintings poetically bundle experience with something that is at once undefined and recurrent in the mythologies of our culture. 

       

       photo courtesy of the artist

      To learn more about Rose visit her at www.rosedisalvo.com

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