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2017 EXHIBITIONS 

 


 

 

We typically rotate art every quarter and we seek to exhibit emerging to mid-career artists whose works are thoughtful, well-crafted and have a vision that is in line with the gallery. In addition to seeking and exhibiting artwork by local, national and international artists, whenever possible we will host a quarterly “Exhibition Reception” where artists can discuss their processes, influences, and projects in an informal setting. If you would like to submit artwork or have an exhibition idea, feel free to email us at rodneyna@thehealthcaregallery.com. We suggest that your work be framed, wired and ready to hang. Since large format works stand out best in our space, preference will be given to artists with a large body of work. Send us a short bio of yourself within the body of the email and Jpeg images of each piece you would like to be physically or digitally displayed. If you could include the title of the piece, dimensions, medium and sale price, that would be helpful as well.

- Rodneyna Hart, Curator

 


 

Southern Futurism

January 30, 2017 - April 7, 2017


Like the Futurists of the early 20th century, we live in a world immersed in technology, urban trappings, speed, information, connectivity and change. Viewing it through a southern lens, tinted by tradition, can result in modern dissonance. For many, the narrative of the American South, will be informed and confined by its history, but how is its future to be portrayed? This exhibition seeks to showcase contemporary artists’ depictions of the schism and reconciliation of what might be called the New Southern Futurism.

Jurors Kevin Harris, Director of the Museum of Public Art, Ann Connelly, Founder and Owner of Ann Connelly Fine Art, and Rodneyna Hart, Curator/Art Manager of The Healthcare Gallery have selected artworks that spotlight various futuristic interpretations of landscapes, portraits, vignettes and sculptures of American artists. Some works are a dystopian or post-apocalyptic future, others visions are of the world much like it is today, still, others have created dreamlike abstractions that give more of their overarching feel of the future.

Southern Futurism will run January 30 - April 7, 2017, with the reception held March 25, 2017, 6-9pm.







Gallery Hours:
Monday - Friday 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday/Sunday - CLOSED
Studio Hours:
Monday - Friday 5:30 AM - Late
Saturday 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM