Water, in its various forms, is captivating, healing, and expansive, but it is also a fundamental need and right for all of the earth’s inhabitants. This exhibition includes work that references the environmental and socio-political issues underlying our relationship to water. It questions who has access to it and who is willing protect it. Through a wide range of media and tactics, these artists remind us of the beauty and preciousness of water. Sponsored by an anonymous supporter. Curated by Erika Diamond. Artists: Asia Freeman, Catt Rez Beaders, Merritt Johnson, Marek Ranis, Jean Shin, Tali Weinberg, Emily Williams, and Derrick Woods-Morrow.
Read the Chautauquan Daily review by Melissa Kuntz, July 31, 2022.
June 26 - August 21
Strohl Art Center | Gallo Family Gallery | Opening reception June 26, 2022 (3-5pm)