Friday, November 18, 2011, 8-11pm
Corcoran Gallery of Art, 500 17th Street, NW
Images: Sampling of upcoming auction artworks, left to right: Dan Treado, Candy Coasted Clown, 2003; Laurel Lukazewski, Restless, 2011; Kate MacDonnell, halo, 2009; Frank Day, San Vicente Trees, 1998; Jesus Leon, the rhythm of the absent burden, 2010; Lely Constantinople, Young's Chicken Shack, Washington, D.C., 2011
Tickets to this dynamic annual event celebrating Transformer, our programs on behalf of emerging artists, and the extensive community of artists throughout the DC region and beyond, are now on sale.
Transformer's Annual Auction is one of the most exciting events of the fall arts season & this year's is sure to be our best yet! For more information, please visit our 2011 Auction page.
September 17 - October 22, 2011
Crowd in Gallery 31
Transformer launched our 10th Exhibition Season with two group shows highlighting the current work of Corcoran College of Art + Design alumni - both artists who have helped to define Transformer's exhibition program aesthetic since our inception, and a new generation of artists emerging in their careers.
Exhibitions Hours for transformers: the next generation are Wed- Sat, 1-7pm and by appointment.
Transformer would like to thank everyone who helped make our presence at the inaugural (e)merge art fair a great success. Transformer was proud to present a site-specific installation of new works by DC-based artists Erin Boland, Jessica Cebra and Emilia Olsen in Room 219 at the Capitol Skyline Hotel.
Image Credits: Emilia Olsen, installation with drawings, 2011; Jessica Cebra,rocks and shapes, 2011
transformer(e)merge tumblr - Mia's, Erin's and Jess' inspirations and works in progress
"(e)merge art fair @ Capitol Skyline Hotel" - dcist.com
"(e)merge Art Fair Review, Washington DC" - ArtBlogNYC
Each of these artists brings a unique approach to their medium. Boland's drawings and sculptures investigate the dissonance that allows us to explore our anatomies without the physical experience of looking at a dissected human body. Similarly, Cebra's photographic collages disassemble and reassemble glamour shots of women from high-end fashion magazines exploring the aesthetics of decadence and opulence. Olsen's mixed media works on paper revolve around the emotions that girls and women face as they grow out of adolescence and experience flaws, pain, love, sexuality and disappointment.
In addition to the presentation of new works by these three artists, Transformer presented works from our FlatFile program.