Studio Montclair opens a new exhibition titled “Everyday Objects,” celebrating “found” objects, in its Studio Montclair Gallery, 127 Bloomfield Ave., tomorrow, Nov. 1. The exhibition runs through Saturday, Dec. 7. According to SMI, inanimate objects “carry a history and a set of meanings that we sometimes share collectively and at other times are extremely personal to our individual experiences.”
They add, “The formal history of found-object art can be traced back to the Dada and Surrealist movement of the 1910s-1940s, characterized by the reuse of commercial imagery and appropriation of cultural iconography of the Pop artists, and used more recently by such artists as Carl Andre, Damien Hirst, Sarah Lucas, and Willie Cole.”
M. Gosser, chief curator and gallery director of the College of Architecture and Design at New Jersey Institute of Technology, curated the show. For more information, visit studiomontclair.org.
Participating artists: Jenn Adams, Peter Allen, Lydia Baldassarre, A Bascove, Bette Blank, Phil Cantor, Chris Combs, Harriet Finck, Jodie Fink, Andie Freeman, Jonathan Frey, Yolanda Fundora, Kyla Gilbert, Emily Gilman Beezley, Elizabeth Ginsberg, Audrey Goldstein, Michelle Harpster, Alice Harrison, Michal Hersman, Michael Kellner, Gina Kingsley, Keith Kleinick, Joan Knauer, Madeline LeBarron, Paul Leibow, Karen Luknis, Gabrielle Lundy, Judith Marchand, Brian J. McCormack, Modern Fossils, Courtney Novak, Arthur Paxton, Betti Pettinati-Longinotti, Katharine Philip, Taryn Pizza, Jennifer Place, Erica Puckett, Tongji Qian, Jack Quinn, Theda Sandiford, Sara Sandler, R Schwartz, Danielle Scott, Michael Sherman, Maxine Silverman, Kasia Skorynkiewicz, Hannah Smith, Caren Sommer-Lazar, Linda Steinhardt Majzner, Nette Forné Thomas, Peter Tilgner, Stephanie Todhunter, Nikki Vismara, Linda Vonderschmidt-LaStella, Amy Wolfe
Studio Montclair is a nonprofit organization of exhibiting professional artists and others interested in the visual arts. Founded in 1997, the organization includes over 500 members including artists from around the United States, as well as Europe and Asia. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 862-500-1447.