Illuminate

  • Details

    Target Gallery presents Illuminate, a special glow-in-the-dark exhibition that is focused on the relationship between art and light. The lights will be turned off in the gallery, turning the viewer’s attention to the illuminated artwork whether it be through the lighting of video, light installation/sculpture, or use of black light mediums.

    The juror for this exhibition was Emily Smith, Executive Director of 1708 Gallery in Richmond, VA.

    Featured Artists: 
    Sarah Clough, Baltimore, MD
    David Gladden, Salisburg, MD
    Nora Hartlaub, Manteo, NC
    Karen Lemmert, Baltimore, MD
    Lucas Martinez, Valencia, Spain
    Andreas Schenkel, Alexandria, VA
    Emma Shapiro, Glasgow, VA
    Joana Stillwell, Washington, DC
    Steve Wanna, Mount Rainier, MD
    Michael West, Potomac, MD
    Art Vidrine, Alexandria,VA

    Image Credit: Karen Lemmert, “Dual Translational Progression”, 2017, acrylic and aluminum sheet, diochroic film, stainless steel fasteners, lighting assembly

  • Aug 21, 2018 - Sep 2, 2018
  • Recurrence:
  • Recurring daily
  • Phone:
  • 703-746-4570
  • Price:
  • Free
  • Location:
  • Torpedo Factory Art Center
  • 105 N. Union Street
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Details

    Target Gallery presents Illuminate, a special glow-in-the-dark exhibition that is focused on the relationship between art and light. The lights will be turned off in the gallery, turning the viewer’s attention to the illuminated artwork whether it be through the lighting of video, light installation/sculpture, or use of black light mediums.

    The juror for this exhibition was Emily Smith, Executive Director of 1708 Gallery in Richmond, VA.

    Featured Artists: 
    Sarah Clough, Baltimore, MD
    David Gladden, Salisburg, MD
    Nora Hartlaub, Manteo, NC
    Karen Lemmert, Baltimore, MD
    Lucas Martinez, Valencia, Spain
    Andreas Schenkel, Alexandria, VA
    Emma Shapiro, Glasgow, VA
    Joana Stillwell, Washington, DC
    Steve Wanna, Mount Rainier, MD
    Michael West, Potomac, MD
    Art Vidrine, Alexandria,VA

    Image Credit: Karen Lemmert, “Dual Translational Progression”, 2017, acrylic and aluminum sheet, diochroic film, stainless steel fasteners, lighting assembly

Illuminate
  • August 21, 2018 to September 2, 2018
  • Torpedo Factory Art Center
  • Free
  • Recurring daily