With a title like “(CON)text,” one might expect an eclectic group exhibit at The Art League this month, and that’s what we’ve got: mosaics, comic books, and narrative collages, among the other works of art by our members. Each artist brought his or her own context to the exhibit, and juror John James Anderson, a DC-based artist and art teacher, selected what’s on the walls.
The theme called for text-based work or work that sends a message, and artists responded with original and repurposed text, language and the written word in the abstract, social and political commentary, visual conflict, comments on art, and stories of all kinds:
Also opening this week: “Tabletop,” a national ceramics exhibit previewed here, and “Yellowstone Abstracted,” a photography exhibit previewed here. Join us next Thursday, June 13, at 6:30 for the opening reception, and see all three shows through July 1.