Friday, April 29, 2016

First Residency Gallery Opens at The Red Bull House of Art this Friday

For the least three months three artists have been living in Detroit. They were brought to town by The Red Bull House of Art and they will be showing off the fruits of their labor this Friday, April 29th at The Red Bull House of Art.

Traditionally, the gallery would pick a few local artists to work with and the those artists would show their work at the end of the style. But, this year they switched it up and brought some out of town artists to live here and learn about our city while working on their art. Katy Ann Gilmore, Carl
Rauschenbach and Scott Vincent Campbell will all be showcasing what they have worked on during their time in Detroit. Gilmore is a visual artist currently living in Los Angeles. her work is "heavily influenced by topography and the relationship between 2D, perpendicular planes and their distortions into 3S space". Rauschenbach lives in New York, but is originally from New Zealand. His work is heavily influenced by skate culture and graffiti. Campbell is a visual artist and curator based in New York City. "He uses a variety of mediums to examine how personal experience and constitution shapes the way people interact with other individuals and greater society."

The show will open this Friday and it will run from 7-10 p.m. It is free to get in and all are welcome! RBHOA is located at 1551 Winder in Eastern Market. If you can't make it out this Friday you can check out the gallery on most Saturdays. To find out more about RBHOA or to check their hours visit their website here


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