WAR: WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR?
Exhibition at B.K. Smith Gallery Explores The Iraq War and War in General
(PAINESVILLE, OHIO) – The B.K. Smith Gallery at Lake Erie College presents a timely exhibition entitled, War: What is it Good For? The exhibit opens Saturday, January 14 with a free reception from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. and will remain on view through March 18, 2006.
Artists in this thought-provoking exhibitionwill critically and analytically explore the social and political implications of the Iraq War, as well as the broader concepts of war and power. A group of notable artists from across the country tackle the theme through a variety of media. Artists include: Robert Banks (Cleveland, OH); Marcy Brafman (New York, NY); Kristen Cliffel (Cleveland, OH); Greg Cook (Gloucester, MA); Charles Fornia (Chicago, IL); Darren Hostetter (Long Beach, CA.); Wes Kline (Pittsburgh, PA); Peggy Kwong-Gordon (Hudson, OH); Caitlin Masley (New York, NY); Harold Mendez (Chicago, IL); Anja Mohn (New York, NY); Michelle CD Mueller (Columbus, OH); Michelle Murphy (Cleveland, OH); Abe Olvido/GROOP (Cleveland, OH); Daiv Whaley (Akron, OH) and Emna Zghal (New York, NY).
The B.K. Smith Gallery is located in the Fine Arts Building of Lake Erie College on Gillett Street near Phillips Osborne School. Gallery hours are Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. and visitors can visit the Gallery free of charge. For more information on the exhibition, contact Lyz Bly, Director of the B.K. Smith Gallery, at 216.521.8582 or 440.375.7461 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.