Images: 1) Aki Sasamoto, "Sink or Float", 2022, installation view at the 59th Venice Biennale. Image courtesy of Take Ninagawa, Tokyo, and Bortolami Gallery, New York. Photo by Wolfgang Trager. 2) sonia louise davis, "emergence: wellspring", 2023. Peruvian highland wool, merino, recycled acrylic, cotton, nylon, silk, and linen yarns. 58 x 58 x 2 in. Courtesy the artist. 3) Emilie Gossiaux, "Londons Dancing with Flowers", 2023, Ballpoint pen and crayon on paper, 23” x 35”, Courtesy the artist. 4) Caroline Kent, "A short play about watching shadows move across the room" (rendering), 2023, Mural, Approximately 40 x 130ft. Courtesy of the artist.
Please join us for an opening celebration of the Queens Museum’s Fall 2023 exhibitions: sonia louise davis: to reverberate tenderly, Emilie L. Gossiaux: Other-Worlding, Caroline Kent: A short play about watching shadows move across the room, and Aki Sasamoto: Point Reflection.
The afternoon celebration will include artist-led exhibition walkthroughs, a reception, and drop-in family art making as part of December’s Family Day.
Please RSVP here.
- 1-4pm: Drop-in family art making workshops led by a teaching artist and the Queens Teens Institute for Art & Social Justice as part of Family Day
- 2:00pm: A short play about watching shadows move across the room walkthrough with Caroline Kent
- 2:30pm: Other-Worlding exhibition walkthrough with Emilie L. Gossiaux
- 3pm: to reverberate tenderly exhibition walkthrough with sonia louise davis
- 3:30pm: Point Reflection walkthrough with Aki Sasamoto
- 4-5pm: Reception with food and drinks for purchase in the Unisphere Cafe by The August Tree