It’s not easy being green, chides Rives Wiley in “How to Be Photo-Synthetic,” her Hamiltonian Gallery show.Read More
The French-Candian artist created playful sculptures out of materials she fit into a single carload from her home in Quebec City.
“Heather Theresa Clark Aims for Epic with Monumental Political Installation at Hamiltonian. Clark’s work, in some ways, can be read as an embrace of a bigger way of framing global politics.” -Kriston CappsRead More
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"Their twinned Hamiltonian Gallery shows have fanciful touches but use prosaic objects and practical skills."Read More
There’s also a full wall of small, deformed pictures, printed on thin acrylic so they curl partly off the wall. This multitude, dignified yet precarious, is the most powerful chapter in McAfee’s history lesson.Read More