Sixth Annual Artspace111 Regional Juried Exhibition: Juried by Hilde Nelson

22 June - 20 July 2019

Artspace111 is pleased to announce  the 6th Annual Artspace111 Regional Juried Exhibition, juried by Hilde Nelson, the Curatorial Assistant for Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art. The artists selected represent the breadth of creativity and contemporary artistic expression in Texas and the surrounding states. The exhibition will be open June 22nd through July 20th with an opening reception on the evening of June 22nd from 5 - 8:30pm. Artists Include: 

 

Oluwatobi Adewumi | Meg Aubrey | Scott Bell | Judge Bermes | Rachel  Black | Cassandra Black | Alejandro Borges | Daniel Brents | Aisha Bryant | Shannon Cannings | Julia Cartwright | Danville Chadbourne | Krista Chalkley | Samantha Cooper |  Autumn Mae Crocker | Terry Crum | Kagen Dunn | Benjamin Ernest | Martha Flores | Karla Garcia | Mike Geglia | Stephanie Gerhart | Cassie Gnehm | Marcelina Gonzales | Jihye Han | Marshall Harris | Silky Hart | Madeline Hernandez | Leila Hernandez | Wendy Hook | Ruth A. Keitz | Cindee Klement | Padaric Kolander | Kristy Kristinek | Renee Lai | Ana Lopez | Goran Maric | Paxton Maroney | Donald Matheson | Mihee Nahm | Nikola Olic | Randy Padorr-Black | Xavier Perez | Elizabeth Pratt | Steve Quevedo | Penelope Ross | Kim Schaefer | Colby Schwartz | Abbie Stellar | Sam Swihart | Tanya Synar | Will Taylor | Audrey Travis | Bernardo Vallarino | Camille Warmington | Becky Wilkes | Jason Wilson | Lillian Young

 

6RJE Award Winners Announced!

Top Prize

The top prize for the Sixth Annual Artspace111 Regional Juried Exhibition is a $2,000 cash award and the opportunity to participate in a separate solo or group exhibition at Artspace111 in 2019 - 2020. The top prize for the 6RJE is awarded to:

 

Karla Garcia, Shadows of Home, 2019, Laser etched glass slide, Kodak Carousel, Corn husk paper, 5 x 4 x 6'

 

Artist Statement | "In my artwork I explore my concept of home in relation to my memories growing up in the border cities of Juarez, Chihuahua and El Paso, Texas. Being a young immigrant, the only constants in my life were my sense of home and the common landscape on both sides of the border. In order to create a connection of that time and place, I investigate materials that are symbolic to my Mexican heritage and my life in the United States through the combination of traditional handwork and digital fabrication. I utilize various materials such as clay and corn husks, unifying them through the formal elements of value, line, and shape. My work becomes abstracted to symbolize the passage of time and the way in which our memories are imperfect representations of events"

 

Second Prize

The second prize artwork is awarded a $1,000 cash award. The second prize in 2019 is awarded to...

 

Mihee Nahm, Soaked, 2018, Oil on canvas, 16 x 24"

 

 

Juror's Pick

The Juror's Picks award the artists a $500 cash award. The Juror's Picks in 2019 are awarded to...

 

Julia Cartwright, God Is A Black Woman, 2019, InkJet Print of a Film Negative, 14 x 11"

 

Meg Aubrey, Ottoman #2, 2018, Oil on panel, 12 x 16"

 

Marcelina Gonzales, Summer of '97 and El show de Cristina, 2019, Resin cut-outs collaged on wood, 23.5 x 18.5"

 

Juror Hilde Nelson | Curatorial Assistant of Contemporary Art, Dallas Museum of Art

Hilde Nelson is the Curatorial Assistant for Contemporary Art at the Dallas Museum of Art. Her work primarily concerns contemporary art at the intersection of memory, belonging, and political visibility. She has contributed to publications and exhibitions for solo presentations of Günther Förg and Jonas Wood, as well as the recent exhibition America Will Be!: Surveying the Contemporary Landscape, an installation of the museum’s permanent contemporary collection. Before joining the DMA in 2018, Nelson held positions at Creative Time in New York; Julius Caesar Gallery in Chicago; and the Williams College Museum of Art in Williamstown, MA, where she curated the exhibition Bodies of Substance and Shadow in 2016. She received her MA in the History of Art from the Williams College Graduate Program in 2017.