Amanda Ross-Ho at Tramway, Glasgow, Scotland

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Amanda Ross-Ho

November 9 - December 20, 2017

Amanda Ross-Ho’s sculptural work encompasses a diverse range of media. Her exhibitions typically combine the handmade with the readymade. Industrially-produced objects are often copied using artisanal skills, scaled up, reproduced and repeated. 
This exhibition presents a new body of work inspired in part by Charlie Chaplin’s political comedy ’Modern Times’, made in 1936 during the great global recession. The installation takes the form of a factory floor dedicated to the production of oversized garments. Ross-Ho’s surreal, theatrical environment collapses and inverts notions of time, labour and economy.
The exhibition is Ross-Ho’s first solo exhibition in the United Kingdom and was originally commissioned by Bonner Kunstverein, Germany and Vleeshal, Middelburg, and generously supported by Kunststiftung NRW, Volksbank Bonn Rhein-Sieg and the Mondriaan Fund.

Glasgow, Scotland

Shio Kusaka and William J. O'Brien included in Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art

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Vitamin C: Clay and Ceramic in Contemporary Art

A global survey of 100 of today's most important clay and ceramic artists, chosen by leading art world professionals.

Vitamin C celebrates the revival of clay as a material for contemporary visual artists, featuring a wide range of global talent as selected by the world's leading curators, critics, and art professionals. Clay and ceramics have in recent years been elevated from craft to high art material, with the resulting artworks being coveted by collectors and exhibited in museums around the world. Packed with illustrations, Vitamin C is a vibrant and incredibly timely survey - the first of its kind.

Tony Lewis, Plunder, at the Rose Art Museum, Waltham, MA

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Tony Lewis

October 15, 2017 - June 10, 2018

As part of his Perlmutter residency, Chicago-based artist Tony Lewis will create a site-specific project that grows out of his ongoing investigations of the relationships between language, memory, and race.

Rose Art Museum