Dallas Pavilion 2019 (May 8, 9, & 10) Venice Biennale

Dallas Pavilion 2019 presents the work of artists, art historians, and community activists in the form of seventeen 17 x 22-inch printed broadsides.

Organized by Michael Corris (artist and writer) and Jaspar Joseph-Lester (artist and writer), Dallas Pavilion 2019 will be distributed free of charge during the artist and press preview days, May 8 – 10th. Continue reading “Dallas Pavilion 2019 (May 8, 9, & 10) Venice Biennale”

“New York: The Eighties, Part One”

Humiliation box-1
Michael Corris, “The Gift” (1987) Serigraphy on Formica, acrylic on wood

Le Consortium Museum, Dijon, France

Exhibition from Saturday, November 24, 2018 until Sunday, April 14, 2019

Open Wednesday through Sunday from 2 to 6pm and Friday from 2 to 8pm

Emblems (2015)

Emblems are complex allegorical symbols constructed by linking a motto, an image, and a commentary.

The abundant lexicon of text and image relationships — description, alienation, disruption, translation, and simplification, to name a few — provides entry points for our conversation with the emblem. Continue reading “Emblems (2015)”

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