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Re: Seeing

Gallery 110

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EXHIBITION: March 2 – April 1, 2023.
Opening Reception March 2nd from 4-8PM.

Re: Seeing approaches how we see others and the world around us. Curated by Gallery 110 Director Shayley Timm and featuring all local Seattle artists, each piece expresses a subtle outcry to either see the artist as who they are or to see the alternate world they’ve provided.

The work in Re: Seeing asks viewers simply, what about this. Walking through each existence invites us to not only acknowledge any implicit bias we carry, but to also challenge assumptions upon walking in the door. Deeply personal, each artist offers witnesses a chance to see their whole person as who they really are or a landscape of what they envision. The work is created for you just as much as it is for them.

Featuring all Seattle artists, Re: Seeing helps realize alternate structures and additionally gives voice and visibility to the artist and their goal. Pieces that imagine an equal approach or different structures sit proudly next to paintings and photographs that invite presence in the eyes that see them as who they are.

The show provides a vulnerable opportunity to separate our minds from what we see and calm our everyday social identities. Timm’s motivation on truly seeing and imagining alternate existences comes from her passion for storytelling and equity as well as a through line of what if, present in many of the artists she’s had the privilege to work with. She also aims to offer a unique connection between patrons and the artist, one that is often blurry, nonexistent, or transactional. Each artist presents unfiltered self portraits, landscapes, social commentary, and more. Come meet them and their vision.

Participating artists:

Baso Fibonacci
Denise Emerson
Bonnie Hopper
Li Turner
Marie Okuma Johnston
Angshuman Sarkar
Dorothy Anderson Wasserman
Nahom Ghirmay
Greg Amanti

Gallery 110

110 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, USA

Thurs-Sat 12-5



Gallery 110’s mission is to provide dynamic opportunities to established and emerging professional artists in an environment that encourages creative expression, experimentation and collaboration. As a nonprofit organization, the gallery fosters artistic and professional connections between its associated artists and the arts community at large through creative dialogue, the presentation of challenging and enriching curated exhibitions, public opportunities and collaborative projects.

Established in 2002, Gallery 110 presents contemporary art in a wide variety of media. We aspire to present fresh, challenging exhibitions and opportunities of the highest professional caliber while actively engaging and networking with the community at large. On-site exhibitions change monthly with public openings held during First Thursday Art Walk every month and consist of solo, group and/or thematic shows. The range of genres represented by Gallery 110 artists offers a broad palette of thought, approach and media, promoting dialogue and reflection.

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