curated by Nick Marshall [MFA 2010]
Featuring RIT MFA Alumni: Ryan Barone [MFA 2009], Manuel Marquez [MFA 2012]
About the Exhibition:
What does it mean to indulge in fantasies of the apocalypse? To abandon secular skepticism? Ask, what does the end look like? What does it sound like? What happens after the end? What is left behind? How would we be remembered? And, will we be remembered?
My Apocalypse is a group exhibition of local, national, and international artists to be held in Rochester, New York. The curatorial focus of the show brings together disparate works of art with the conceit that the end is coming or underway.
The exhibition will be presented in two parts. Part one will open June 1st for Rochester's First Friday at the Hungerford Building. Throughout June there will be several live performances and recordings from Rochester musicians that deal with the exhibition's theme. There will be a closing reception at the end of the month.
The second part will be held in 2013, pending.
Door 1, second floor.
1115 East Main St.
Rochester, NY 14609