June Glasson

New York Foundation for the Arts presents “Decensortized – A Safe Space” curated by David C. Terry

June Glasson

June Glasson

Peter Drake

Peter Drake

Decensortized comes from the notion that we are sensitized towards certain things and we are also censored by many things. Censored not in the traditional sense, but self-censored subconsciously. This exhibition invites artists to look within their own psyche and explore how and why they self-censor and in what capacity, and respond to, and showcase those concepts and discoveries.

This multidisciplinary exhibition includes work from Thordis Adalsteinsdottir ‘12, Mari Jaye Blanchard ‘12, Shamus Clisset ‘14, Peter Drake‘06, Seth Michael Forman ‘04, ‘08, Judy Fox ‘09, Ella Gant ‘11, June Glasson ‘11, Michael Greathouse ‘11, Rebecca Loyche ’10, Charles
McGill ‘09, Karen Miranda-Rivadeneira ‘10 and Anne Muntges ‘14. 

Rose Corsica provided in partnership by Entwine. Join us after the reception for happy hour
specials from 9 – 11pm at Entwine @ 765 Washington Street. www.entwinenyc.com

Image credit: Peter Drake (Fellow in Painting ’06), M/oral Pathology II Axis of Evil, 2007, Acrylic on canvas;
June Glasson (Fellow in Printmaking/Drawing/Artists’ Books ’11), Charlottenburg.6, 2014, pencil, ink and gouache

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