THIS IS ME Self-Portrait

THIS IS ME Self-Portrait

International Group Exhibition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

THIS IS ME, International Contemporary Self-Portrait Exhibition

Exclusively Online: The Art House Gallery / www.thearthouse.us 

Exhibit Dates: September 1-30, 2021

Curated by Rebecca George, CEO/Curator, The Art House Gallery

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Exhibit Description: The representation of the Self is arguably the most explored subject in the history of visual art. Introspective seeking of ”who am I?" combine with the lifelong quest of “looking for myself” to capture the realness in any given moment.

The contemporary self-portrait can be traditional representation of a person in a space, and it can also venture far into the non-representational arenas between the recognizable and the abstract. Some artists consider abstraction to be a portrait, for example, “the mark I make today is a representation of myself”. Self-portraits can look like the artist's mirror image AND/OR be a representation of the inner landscape.

THIS IS ME is a curated, international group exhibition that takes a contemporary look at the wide range of approaches to the self-portrait, featuring the diversity, vulnerability and risk artists demonstrate when they reveal their Self.

Selected Artists:

Stasi Bobo-Ligon (Missouri, United States of America)

Marisa Companion (New Hampshire,  United States of America)

Rebecca Figel  (British Columbia, Canada)

Brenda Fox (District of Columbia, United States of America)

Steve Jensen (Washington, United States of America)

Veronika Lavey (Herefordshire, United Kingdom)

Greg Morrissey (Illinois, United States of America)

Natalie Nichol (Colorado, United States of America)

Edward Ofosu (Ghana, Africa)

Matthew Pagoaga (California, United States of America)

Danielle Rackowski (New Jersey, United States of America)

Meta Roller (Baden Württemberg, Germany)

Cynthia Saide (Nuevo Leon, Mexico)

Leslie Song (Missouri, United States of America)

Amy Vidra (California, United States of America)

 

Exhibition is available in the archive after September 30, 2021.