Bruno David Gallery Opens its 13th Season

    The Bruno David Gallery showcases work from Yvonne Osei, Justin Henry Miller, John Howard Young, and the collaborative group, E.R.O. (Experimental Research Office). Osei’s performance art based photographs and video question historic narratives and social boundaries. Miller’s paintings draw the viewer into layers of meanings using a graphic aesthetic. Young draws on his personal and cultural history to create plush sculptures. E.R.O. experiments with concrete forms to produce a web like sculpture using a combination of digital and analog techniques. The exhibitions opened on August 31st and are currently available for viewing by appointment only.

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