On August 21st at 11am, join curators Wassan Al-Khudhairi (Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis Chief Curator) and Christine Koppes (Institute of Contemporary Art San José Curator and Director of Public Programs) for a curator-led tour of Ebony G. Patterson exhibition (featured in The New York Times).
The ICA San José is thrilled to host the first major solo exhibition of Ebony G. Patterson on the West Coast. The exhibition ...when the cuts erupt...the garden rings...and the warning is a wailing... originated at the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, curated by Wassan Al-Khudhairi. This exhibition includes a large-scale, five-panel work displayed with custom wallpaper, a sculptural and tapestry installation and two large works on paper hung as a diptych. The ICA San José has augmented the exhibition with additional works by Patterson showing the development of the garden motif throughout her career, as Patterson has long been fascinated by the garden and its metaphorical possibilities.
This event is FREE and open to the public. This is one of your last-chances to see this incredible exhibition, make sure you don’t miss it!