World House Gallery
As part of a continuing series of roaming exhibitions, Donald Taglialatella and World House Gallery are pleased to present an exhibition of recent works by gallery artist Graciela Sacco that will open on Saturday, 09 November 2002, at the temporary quarters of World House Gallery, 504 West 22th Street, in the Chelsea arts district of New York. There will be a reception for the artist on Saturday, 09 November, from 5 to 8pm and the exhibition is scheduled to run through 07 December.
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Among the works in this exhibition are several installations which incorporate light and shadows. These works were created in London this past summer during a residency at the prestigious Delfina Studio Program. Although Sacco has worked with light and shadows in the past, she continues to reflect on the impact of light in the aesthetic field. Also included in this exhibition will be works executed via the heliography process, a photographic technique that Sacco has taken to the forefront of contemporary art.
Graciela Sacco's work continuously connects one project and exhibition to the next in an ongoing process. As different as her projects and exhibitions may appear (and are) in their physical manifestation, they all remain connected through a number of common concerns: her interest in the problems of the human condition, the instability of the world we live in and the movement as a catalyst for change.
This will be the third solo exhibition in New York for this multi-media artist from Argentina who lives and works between London, England and Rosario, Argentina, and who also represented Argentina at the 2001 Venice Biennale. Since 1996, Graciela Sacco has represented Argentina at the 23rd São Paulo Bienal (1996); the 6th Bienal de Havana (1997); the 7th Bienal de Havana (2000/2001); the 1st Bienal of Photography in Vigo, Spain (2000); and the 7th Urban Art Festival, Toulouse, France (2002), among others.
Gallery hours at 504 West 22th Street are Tuesday - Saturday, 11 - 6 and the gallery is located between 10th and 11th Avenues. World House Gallery is headquartered in South Orange by appointment and makes roaming exhibitions in empty and disused gallery spaces in New York City. For further information or visual materials please contact Donald Taglialatella at: 973-762-3131 or 212-255-0979. You may also visit our web site at: www.worldhousegallery.com.
World House Gallery represents the work of Peter Brandes, Richmond Burton (drawings and prints), Jane Dickson, Anne McGuire, Alanna O'Kelly, and Graciela Sacco. We also exhibit the work of John M. Armleder, Judy Glantzman and Glenn Goldberg.