“Trading Post: Exchange and Sojourn” at Northern Clay Center / Minneapolis, MN, March – April 2019

Honored to be one of five women artist of “Trading Post: Exchange and Sojourn” showing new work at Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, MN through March/April 2019! Opening Reception March 28, 5-9pm in conjunction with this year’s NCECA conference, Claytopia! Join us!! With Chotsani Elaine DeanJill Foote-HuttonUndine BrodDawn Holder.

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Without Irreverence at Soho20, May/June 2013

Tue, May 21, 2013 – Sat, Jun 15, 2013

SOHO20 CHELSEA GALLERY
547 West 27th St. Suite 301
NEW YORK, NY 10001
T. 212.367.8994
F. 212.367.8984
info@soho20gallery.com

Free admission (all visitors, all hours)

Opening Reception May 23, 2013 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm

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SOHO20 Chelsea presents “Without Irreverence,” new ceramic sculpture by Monica Bock. In To the Light House, Virginia Woolf suggests that, “A mother and child may be reduced to a shadow without irreverence.” Woolf’s novel of reconciliation, built on memories of familial loss and regeneration, is the initial inspiration for Monica Bock’s recent sculptural work using hand-altered glazed porcelain slip castings of a mother-daughter pair of early-twentieth century style dollhouse figures. Striking poses based on iconic temple acrobats, sky goddesses and divas, or succumbing to the weight of their own skins, Bock’s mothers and daughters dance en masse and gather in small conversations across the gallery walls, at once bound by and set free from the consequences of their intimacy.

 

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Separation Anxiety at Pelham Art Center, February/March 2012

My Postpartum Miniature and portions of Don’t Forget the Lunches included in Separation Anxiety at the Pelham Art Center through March 31, 2012. A number of other wonderful artists making art about the emotional complexities of childhood and childrearing…

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M-Word Book Launch at Postmasters Gallery, Chelsea, February 19, 2012

If you’re in Chelsea this Sunday afternoon, you’re welcome to join us at Postmasters Gallery for the M-Word book launch. I’ll be there along with other artists whose work is included in the book. We’ll each be speaking briefly about our work, and Mary Kelly’s show will be up in the Gallery.

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