Photos: RMCAD's Something About the State of Being focuses on the figure
Lucas Simoes, Bird 4, 2012, burned photograph
Something About the State of Being opens Friday, August 31, at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design's Philip J. Steele Gallery. Curator Cortney Stell is bringing together six artists from around the world -- all making their Colorado debut -- with a show that explores the human figure, and the ambiguity of being.
Here's a first look at some of the pieces that will be on display.
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Jason Bard Yarmosky, Ballet Study, 2012, graphite on paper
Mina Milk, in Red, 2011, monoprint
Sergio Albiac, Unreleased Thoughts 2, digital image
Lucas Simoes, AUS'NCIA 01, burned photograph
Tynan Kerr & Andrew Mazorol, Edge of Camp, acrylic on canvas
Sergio Albiac, Unreleased Thoughts 1, digital image
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