Editions, exhibition at Tacit Contemporary Art
Tacit gallery is opening 2013 with a group show of prints and works on paper called Editions.
The exhibition will feature several print artists, including me. I’ll be showing some pigment prints from my ‘id’ series that were recently shown in Face/Time. That was the exhibition I had in December with Kirsten Perry who is also showing in Editions.
Since Face/Time, Tacit has moved into a much larger space, four times larger, an ambitious step.
Your Documents Please is currently showing in New York, the last of eight venues across the globe (see my other post). The curators invited 270 artists across the world to produce small artworks derived from passports. Then, like a passport, the exhibition travelled internationally to be shown in six countries.
I’ve shown a series called Fade which are Polaroid Transfers made from my passports and ID cards. These have been rubbed back and pencilled to resemble faded frescoes or the ancient funerary portraits of Egypt. You can see more from this series at gregnevillework.wordpress.com/face