Tuesday, September 25, 2012

STOWE: Migration - Approaching the subject of human migration

September 21 - November 25, 2012
Helen Day Art Center

Political and humanizing in its approach to the subject of human migration. Migration addresses topics of immigration, emigration, migrant workers, New Americans (refugees), and visa holders. These personal
stories describe physical and cultural dislocation and assimilation, the act of moving, and migration's socio-political complexities through contemporary and historical narratives of the artists and writers.
This exhibition pulls together internationally renowned artists from Switzerland, Greece, the Netherlands, Italy, and across the United States.
Ira Eduardovna, The Library Room, 2 channel video installation

Participating Artists:

Chantal Akerman, courtesy of Marian Goodman Gallery NYC
Margarita Cabrera, courtesy of Walter Maciel Gallery L.A.
Esperanza Cortes
Ian Deleon & Kara Stokowski
Ira Eduardovna
Adamantios Kafetzis, courtesy of Kappatos Gallery, Athens
Brian Kaplan
Hung Liu, courtesy of Nancy Hoffman Gallery, NYC
Adrian Paci, courtesy of Peter Blum Gallery, NYC
Judith Quax
Yu-Wen Wu


Alisha Laramee

Helen Day Art Center
5 School St.
PO Box 411
Stowe, VT 05672

Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Sunday. 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm.
Gallery entrance is FREE. Donations are accepted