11 a.m. – 4 p.m. MST
Philip J. Steele Gallery
Visit the exhibition in person via appointment between 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. MST starting on Thursday, October 21.
RMCAD is pleased to present Pink Progression: In Skin at the Philip J. Steele Gallery from October 21 to November 18, 2021. This show by fifteen figurative artists takes a close look at not only what skin looks like, but what it represents culturally and emotionally as well.
The artists in this exhibit, Pink Progression: In Skin, ask viewers to take a look at assumptions we may harbor about what skin means to us personally and how we view those who look different from ourselves. Here we may consider the dignity of humans in a bright new light. If we can really see the marvelous subtleties of the skin in which our humanity is contained, with its ability to express the mystery of human emotion, perhaps then we can also share our mutual appreciation at the ability of our own skin to mend, to grow, and to express ourselves.
Pink Progression: In Skin was curated by Irene Delka McCray, Kim Putnam, and Tya Anthony.
LIST OF PARTICIPATING ARTISTS:
Irene Delka McCray
Kimberly Carey Putnam
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