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Your Leader Could Be A Tyrant, How to Tell - Artist Opening Reception

YOUR LEADER COULD BE A TYRANT, HOW TO TELL
June 5 - July 12

Artist Opening Reception: Friday, June 5. 5-8pm.
Coincides with Art 'Round Town monthly art walk.
Free and open to the public.

Artist Statement:
My work is rooted in social issues. I create prints, drawings, installations, and artists’ books that explore politics, economy, environment and social justice issues. Recent installations have dealt with gun violence, environmental degradation, politics, religion, and the changing media landscape.

As an immigrant I see the world around me from an outsider’s perspective, an observer peering in, fitting neither this world nor the one I was born into. The melancholy of abandonment, the excitement of unknown, paths not taken, and ones opening up, endings and new beginnings guide my thoughts. Read more...

Tatana Kellner Bio:
Tatana Kellner has exhibited across the US, Canada, and Europe with over 40 solo exhibitions. Recently, her work has been selected for inclusion in Museum of Fine Arts, Tallahassee, FL, the Everson Museum, University of Albany Museum, Dorsky Museum, Bowdoin College, Kentler International Drawing Space, Vassar College, Collar Works, Troy, NY, among many others. Read more...