Mark Moore Fine Art artists Jeffry Mitchell, Zemer Peled, and Meghan Smythe are all included in a major ceramics survey exhibition curated by Peter Held at the Everson Museum of Art in Syracuse, New York opening this Saturday.
“From Funk to Punk: Left Coast Ceramics” surveys the rich continuing history of California, Oregon, and Washington artists working in a wide variety of aesthetics, scale, and conceptual styles. The exhibition provides a survey of iconic works from the Museum’s collection beginning in the 1950s, to work created in today’s dynamic cultural and artistic landscape, capturing the spirit and innovations synonymous with West Coast art over the last six decades.
From Funk to Punk: West Coast Ceramics Artist List:
Laura Andreson, Robert Arneson, Ralph Bacerra, Carlton Ball, Tanya Batura, Billy Al Bengston, Sascha Brastoff, Annette Corcoran, Patsy Cox, Rupert Deese, Stephen De Staebler, Viola Frey, David Gilhooly, Vivika & Otto Heino, David Hicks, Ben Jackel, Doug Jeck, Anabel Juárez, Jennie Jieun Lee, Howard Kottler, James Lovera, Glen Lukens, Tony Marsh, John Mason , Kate MacDowell, Harrison McIntosh, Jeffry Mitchell, Kristen Morgan, Ron Nagle, Gertrude & Otto Natzler, Ruby Neri, Richard Notkin, Zemer Peled, Ken Price, Antonio Prieto, Myrton Purkiss, Brian Rochefort, Annabeth Rosen, Jerry Rothman, Adrian Saxe, Anna Sew Hoy, Richard Shaw, Peter Shire, Adam Shiverdecker, Adam Silverman, Meghan Smythe, Paul Soldner, Robert Sperry, Akio Takamori, Henry Takemoto, Ehren Tool, Peter VandenBerge, Peter Voulkos, Patti Warashina, Marguerite Wildenhain, Beatrice Wood, and Wanxin Zhang.
The Everson is a museum of firsts. It was the first museum to dedicate itself to the collection of American art, to create a permanent collection of ceramics, to collect video art, to create a docent program and to hire the now internationally-known architect I.M. Pei to design its building, a sculptural work of art in its own right. The Everson is home to approximately 11,000 works of art: American paintings, sculpture, drawings, video, graphics and one of the largest holdings of international ceramics in the nation.
Everson Museum of Art
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Syracuse, New York 13202
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