2016 Red Biennial

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Click here to view RED in our online gallery.

JURIED BY JOSEPH D. KETNER II | Click here for press release.

Artist Talks: December 15th, 12-3pm at the Kathryn Schultz Gallery
Opening Reception: Friday, November 18th

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Congratulations to our Award Winners!
David Dorsey, Best in Show
Rachel Hammerman, Emerging Artist Award
Juror’s Choice, Patty deGrandpre, David Hochbaum and Paul Weiner

About the curator: Joseph D. Ketner II is the Henry and Lois Foster Chair in Contemporary Art Theory and Practice at Emerson College, Boston. He also holds the position of distinguished Curator-in-Residence. His professional expertise is as a curator and art historian specializing in European and American Modern and Contemporary Art, and nineteenth-century African-American art. Previously, Ketner has served as Chief Curator of the Milwaukee Art Museum (2005-2008); The Henry and  Lois Foster Director of The Rose Art Museum (1998-2005); Curator (1982-89) and then Director (1989-98) of the Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis; and as Curator of The Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana (1979-82). Click here for more information on our 2016 juror!

About the RED Biennial: For more than a decade, the Cambridge Art Association has hosted a fall exhibit, open to artists from across the Northeastern United States, centered around a single color. Both the success of the exhibit series, and the challenge to participating artists, lies in channeling the varied meanings of a color like RED. It is the color of action, violence, heat. It is the color of luck, happiness, and passion. RED is more than a color. Past jurors for the RED Biennial include: Amy Sadao (Director, ICA Philadelphia); Howard Yezerski (Miller Yezerski Gallery); Carl Belz (Rose Art Museum); Jane Farver (MIT List Visual Arts Center); Nick Capasso (Fitchburg Art Museum).

Interested in purchasing a Red Exhibition book? See details below!

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Red Biennial

By Cory Shea

88 pages, published 12/1/2016

2016 Red Biennial Exhibition presented by the Cambridge Art Association