ABOVE: Along the Bay, Monterrey,oil on canvas, 2004/5.
Photo credit: Ernest Mayer
DESCRIPTION WITHOUT PLACE
Paintings and Selected Works by CELIA RABINOVITCH
27 January to 25 February 2005, Gallery One One One
Opening Reception: Thursday, 27 January, 4:00 to 7:30 PM
Artist's Talk: Monday, 7 February, 7:00 PM
Rm 207 FitzGerald Building
Curated by Cliff Eyland
Description is revelation, it is not the thing described
Nor false facsimile, ... plainly visible
Yet not too closely the double of our lives
Intenser than any actual life could be (Wallace Stevens)
In these paintings the artist explores the singular moment, mood, and tone of the west coast in images of passage through landscapes and, as the artist puts it: "the industrial sublime."
CELIA RABINOVITCH is an artist, writer, and teacher. Her paintings have been exhibited in solo shows in Canada, the U.S.A. and Europe, including Quattro, a four person international show in Vienna, Austria (2000) the Florence Biennale (1999) The Grotto Cycle, California Institute of Integral Studies (2003); Industrial Romance, University of San Francisco and <SITE> Gallery, Winnipeg, YYZ, Toronto; Emily Carr Institute; Plug-In and the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Her book, Surrealism and the Sacred: Power, Eros, and the Occult in Modern Art, 2002 uncovers new territory between the history of art and the history of religions. Celia Rabinovitch has taught art and cultural and art history at Stanford University, U. C. Berkeley, The California College of Art and the San Francisco Art Institute, the University of Colorado, McGill University and as a Visiting Artist at Syracuse University (1990). Born in Morden, Manitoba, she studied at the School of Art, University of Manitoba (B.F.A., B.A,) the University of Wisconsin (MFA painting) and McGill University, Montreal (Ph.D. history of art and religions). Currently she is Professor and Director of the School of Art, the University of Manitoba.
The DESCRIPTION WITHOUT PLACE, Paintings and Selected Works by Celia Rabinovitch CD-ROM includes an essay and images with information about other Gallery One One One projects.
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