Not much to see, a paper cutting exhibit. Was hoping to see a collection of best works by local artists. Those are best viewed in the gallieries around town. Glad the Kimball was free...and did not waste more than five minutes of our time.
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January 7, 2014
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I am sorry to hear that you were less than satisfied with the Ink Paper Scissors Exhibit featured at the Kimball this past Spring. Printmaking is one of the most complicated art forms, and consequently the least understood. MOMA has an extensive collections of prints and has an interactive piece on their webpage that provides more insight into this complex process. http://www.moma.org/explore/multimedia/interactives/57/interactives-online-projects
The exhibit featured prints published by American Print Publisher, Shark's Inc. Prints from Shark's Inc. are included in numerous private and public collections including the Museum of Modern Art, NY; The Whitney Museum of American Art, NY; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY; Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, CT; The New York Public Library, NY: The Library of Congress, Washington, DC; The Art Institute of Chicago, IL; The Hirshhorn Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC: The Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA and many others.
Finally, one of the paper sculpture artists featured in the exhibit, Lenka Konopasek, is a talented local artist who has had 23 solo exhibitions and over 70 group exhibitions throughout the Southwest. She has also won several awards and has been represented by a variety of Park City galleries during her career. The other paper sculpture artist featured was Danielle Wyckoff, who has held over 40 solo exhibitions all over the country.
I hope that you will come visit us again as our exhibits change every 8-10 weeks. In Feb/March 2014 we will feature the Art of the Timepiece, a private collection of antique Patek Philipe watches and time pieces from a Los Angeles collector and engineer. Over the summer we will feature photographs from Elliott Erwitt , an internationally recognized and award-winning photographer from France, and finally in November, we will feature Christo and Jean Claude: The Tom Golden Collection.
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