Land of Tomorrow Presents:
Five New Exhibitions
Pollinator Series by E.V. Day
The Pale Hotel by Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe
Patriotic Practices by John Knuth
Communitarian Impulses by Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky
Master and Servant by Jason Yates
Also on view: Merchandise and a parlor game by After-Market Value-Appreciation, LLC
Foundation presented by Volume Gallery
On view at Land of Tomorrow, Louisville
April 27, 2012 – July 3, 2012
Opening Reception May 3 @ 6pm
Land of Tomorrow is pleased to present five new exhibitions that will open together at our Louisville location. These exhibitions will include: Pollinator Series by E.V. Day, The Pale Hotel by Jonah Freeman and Justin Lowe, Patriotic Practices by John Knuth, Communitarian Impulses by Dmitry “Dima” Strakovsky, and Master and Servant by Jason Yates. The opening reception will be held on the 3rd of May at 6pm, and the exhibits will run through the 3rd of July.
Also on View:
After-Market Value-Appreciation, LLC will present VICTORY!, a parlor game in honor of the Run for the Roses. VICTORY! is an encounter with chance and changing fortunes; a dice derby where each horse is a vehicle of fate.
Foundation will be brought to LOT by Volume Gallery, an event-based gallery with a specific focus on American design. In the past two years, Volume has released editions, publications, and exhibits that showcase the work of American designers to a larger audience. For this exhibition, Volume is bringing together their released editions alongside new artists to showcase contemporary environments and create discourse on the current state of design and studio practice. The designers and artists will include: Felicia Ferrone, Jonathan Muecke, Jonathan Nesci, Wendy White, Rich Brilliant Willing, and Thaddeus Wolfe.
About Land of Tomorrow (LOT):
Land of Tomorrow (LOT) Gallery is a project space created to facilitate the making and showing of experimental work in the fields of art, design, and music in Kentucky. LOT operates galleries in both Lexington and Louisville, supported by a core group of amazing and talented individuals. Through exhibitions, performances, artist talks, work documentation, and other activities, LOT fosters an open dialogue with the regional and international creative communities.
For further information please contact Angela Torchio at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website at www.landoftomorrow.org.
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