Chastain Arts Center is pleased to announce Sarah Hobbs | Susie Winton: Perspectives of the Unexpected. Join us February 5th from 5:30 – 8:30 PM for the opening reception.
This exhibition explores the contrast and similarity between both artists’ works of art. While different in scale, the work is connected through concept.
Susie Winton presents mixed media photographs of a disregarded view. Captured throughout her travels, the photographs were taken inadvertently or are partially obscured by an errant thumb or finger. They are presented in a small format which invites the viewer to examine the subjects closely, while elevating the neglected to a coveted view.
Susie Winton, Crater Lake National Park.
Sarah Hobbs presents extravagant installations of a visual example of neuroses. The work presents the question of our domestic spaces and what that space reflects about us. It poses the question of the psychology within our personal spaces. We live our fixations even when we are consciously trying to overcome them. Often presented in domestic spaces, the photographs present a contemporary view of obsession.
Sarah Hobbs, Untitled (voluntary mental facility), 2015.
Visit the Chastain Arts Center Gallery, January 27th – March 4, 2016 to view Sarah Hobbs | Susie Winton: Perspectives of the Unexpected.
The event is free and open to the public. The opening reception is Friday, February 5th from 5:30 -8:30 PM and will be in the Chastain Arts Center Gallery at 135 West Wieuca Road, NW Atlanta, GA 30342. The Artists Talk will be Saturday, February 20 at 11:30 AM.