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szechuanbest:

Opening on July 14, 2012 at sophiajacob!!!
Milano ChowBea FremdermanPete HalupkaRachel LowingKat SchneiderHayley SilvermanJee-Shaun WangColin Van Winkle

sophiajacob is pleased to announce a group exhibition of artwork curated by Szechuan Best. For it’s first curatorial effort in a gallery space, Szechuan Best will re-imagine sophiajacob’s storefront as the production set for Vampire Travel Agency (VTA), a fictional television sitcom of its own creation. During the last year and a half, Szechuan Best has organized an ongoing program of salons which are curated and presented in the domestic settings of its Baltimore apartments.  With the VTA project, Szechuan Best continues to impose its own contexts on artwork through a re-purposing of space, this time achieving the surreal environment of a movie set or a pop-up business. Operating on the thesis that context creates content, the exhibition proposes that the objects on view be looked upon not only as autonomous creative works, but also as props or scenic elements which become deeply reliant on their surroundings to create meaning.

510 W. Franklin StreetBaltimore, MD 21201
Transportation: LR to Centre Street7 to Greene StreetM to Lexington Market
The gallery is open on Saturdays from 1 - 4 PM

Tomorrow, it looks good!

szechuanbest:

Opening on July 14, 2012 at sophiajacob!!!



Milano Chow
Bea Fremderman
Pete Halupka
Rachel Lowing
Kat Schneider
Hayley Silverman
Jee-Shaun Wang
Colin Van Winkle

sophiajacob is pleased to announce a group exhibition of artwork curated by Szechuan Best. For it’s first curatorial effort in a gallery space, Szechuan Best will re-imagine sophiajacob’s storefront as the production set for Vampire Travel Agency (VTA), a fictional television sitcom of its own creation.

During the last year and a half, Szechuan Best has organized an ongoing program of salons which are curated and presented in the domestic settings of its Baltimore apartments.  With the VTA project, Szechuan Best continues to impose its own contexts on artwork through a re-purposing of space, this time achieving the surreal environment of a movie set or a pop-up business. Operating on the thesis that context creates content, the exhibition proposes that the objects on view be looked upon not only as autonomous creative works, but also as props or scenic elements which become deeply reliant on their surroundings to create meaning.

510 W. Franklin Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Transportation: 
LR to Centre Street
7 to Greene Street
M to Lexington Market

The gallery is open on Saturdays from 1 - 4 PM

Tomorrow, it looks good!

2012/07/13
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  1. peterhalupka reblogged this from bonerevolution and added:
    Max Guy is involved? Count me in! Thank you, you two!
  2. fliesandleeches reblogged this from odddaughter and added:
    nice
  3. lifeisgoodtshirt reblogged this from szechuanbest and added:
    Whats up Max and Peggy.
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  5. bonerevolution reblogged this from szechuanbest and added:
    Tomorrow, it looks good!
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