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Mark Calderon


Greg Kucera Gallery Pioneer Square
Tuesdays-Saturdays. Continues through Dec. 23 2016


Laura Komada

Recommended by Jen Graves

Seattle artist Mark Calderon's lovely sculptures can be subdued, but his new pieces made of mica and felt are historical and political. The mica works—flat sheets with deep wells of internal variety in their coloring—are hands, based on an example from the prehistoric North American "Hopewell" culture of a hand made from cut mica. In Cry, a pair of hands rises into the position to amplify someone’s voice. Cry, maybe, but cry out, too, they seem to say. When Calderon uses felt, he dyes it and shapes it into iconic prize fighters. And his piece Apology, a cast-bronze figure crumpled all the way over, is another example of a contemporary artist (like Seattle’s Akio Takamori) making his way through the need for remorse. JEN GRAVES

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Greg Kucera Gallery

212 Third Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98104
Hours: Tues-Sat

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This event is in the past.
  • Tuesdays-Saturdays. Continues through Dec. 23 2016