JOHN & ROBYN HORN GALLERY
July 5 – September 17, 2022
Stories we live with, construct from our past experiences, shape from our culture, and fashion from our dreams and aspirations; the story is given form by the artist. Narrative art gives visual form to our human chronicles and imagined realities. The artists in this exhibition communicate through the lens of their culture and their ancestral and familial experiences.
JENNIFER LING DATCHUK
Assistant professor of ceramics at Texas State University; awards: 2020 United States Artists Fellowship, 2017 Emerging Voices Award from American Craft Council; residencies: Kohler Arts/Industry Residency (WI), The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen (China), Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Germany), Artpace (TX); collections: Museum of Fine Arts Houston (TX)
Click here to learn more about Jennifer Ling Datchuk.
Studio artist; teaching: Haystack (ME), Arrowmont (TN), Ox-Bow (MI); solo exhibitions: National Museum of Women in the Arts (DC), Taubman Museum (VA), Phillips Museum (PA), Philadelphia Photo Arts Center (PA), Asian Arts Initiative (PA), Athenaeum (PA); collections: Metropolitan Museum (NYC), Library of Congress (DC)
Click here to learn more about Colette Fu.
Assistant professor at Massachusetts College of Art; residencies: Michigan State University, Sacatar Foundation (Brazil), St. Mary’s Art Center (NV); exhibitions: Honolulu Museum of Art, Wellin Museum of Art (NY), Jack Bell Gallery (London), Gallery Fritz (Santa Fe)
Click here to learn more about Karen Hampton.
Studio artist; residencies: Windgate Artist in Residence, McColl Center for Art + Innovation (NC), Resident Artist 2004-07, Penland School of Craft, Ox-Bow Summer School of Art (MI); collections: Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art (AR), North Carolina Museum of Art, Mint Museum of Craft + Design (NC), Asheville Art Museum (NC); awards: North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship 2010-11
Click here to learn more about Anne Lemanski.
Studio artist; founding member of Black Women of Print; recent exhibition: A Contemporary Black Matriarchal Lineage in Printmaking at Highpoint Center of Printmaking (Minneapolis); collections: Metropolitan Museum (NYC), Getty Research Institute (Los Angeles), Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Smith College Museum of Art (MA)
Click here to learn more about Stephanie Santana.