Newcomb Art Gallery




Chakaia Booker
Eradication: A Form of Obsession

Katherine Taylor

One and Together

August 12 - October 2, 2014

The Newcomb Art Gallery is pleased to host solo shows by two contemporary American artists, Chakaia Booker and Katherine Taylor. Both sculptors utilize non-traditional fine-art materials in an investigation of identity, as influenced by environment, culture, and history.

Booker creates sculptures primarily from recycled tires, which she sees as both material and metaphor with social, racial, and environmental significance. Taylor works in clay, utilizing patterned porcelain in works that explore the body and identity within a specific environment.



Press Coverage

John D'Addario, "Newcomb's two-woman show might be summer's best bet," The New Orleans Advocate, 29 August 2014.

D. Eric Bookhardt, "Review: Eradication: A Form of Obsession and One and Together," Gambit, 24 August 2014.


Doug MacCash, "Chakaia Booker's sculpture bristles with all-American symbolism," Times-Picayune, 29 August 2014.

Upcoming Events

Family art day
20 September, 10 am

Katherine Taylor artist talk
25 September, 6 pm
Freeman Auditorium

Katherine Taylor gallery walk-through
26 September, noon
Newcomb Art Gallery

contact bbox@tulane.edu for more information



 

     

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