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Duane Zaloudek: Nomad Song

Jan 30 - Mar 16 1997

UB Art Gallery

Nomad Song is part of an ongoing project spanning over thirty years. Initially, the viewer encounters three sets of tables and chairs cast in bronze, each anchoring a sheet of paper filled with almost imperceptible watercolors. The paintings are an invitation into stillness, providing a quiet moment within the din of images; a clearing in which we can either ignore the spectacle of mass media, or learn to perceive it with a greater lucidity.

Zaloudek was born in a boxcar in Texhoma, Texas in 1931 and registered in Enid, Oklahoma six day later. He lives and works in New York City.

Curated by Karen Emenhiser.