Obstructed Views

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Scott Charmin Gallery says
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
September 30 – November 4, 2016
Opening reception for the public: Friday, September 30, 2016, 6-10pm

SCOTT CHARMIN GALLERY is pleased to present the group exhibition “Obstructed Views” organized by Brooklyn-based artist, Roberto Jamora. The exhibition will feature work by nine artists from Houston, Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and Oakland.

According to Jamora, “Obstructed Views” is inspired by his recent experience at a concert:
"I had an obstructed view seat when I watched the Philippine Philharmonic Orchestra at Carnegie Hall. The elderly woman in front of me kept passing out and her head kept obstructing my view even more. But it’s classical music, not a basketball game. I could still hear the extraordinary music amplified by the acoustics of one of the world’s most famous stages. When I couldn’t see the performers, I would look around, enjoy the architecture. Watch the people in awe at the virtuosity of the musicians. Long story short, obstruction can force us to look beyond what is in plain view."

The exhibition will present painting, sculpture, and digital prints, which involve some form of layering or filter. Not only in the sense that one thing is on top of another. Perspective, time, and material are sewn, bent, swiped, and scrawled. Most of the work in the show incorporates several reference points, often disparate, but are the result of each artist’s process.

Participating artists include Christina Barrera, Sam Branden, Roberto Jamora, Ben Quinn, Jamie Felton, Edgar Meza, Eric Sick, Zach Krall, and Michael Bhichitkul.

For further information and available works, please contact the gallery.

Scott Charmin Gallery
504 78th St Houston TX 77012
Gallery is viewable by appointment only
scottcharmingallery@gmail.com
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