N. Dash

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum

March 03, 2019 | 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Description

The Aldrich is staging the first East Coast museum exhibition of artist N. Dash (b. 1980).

N. Dash’s work spans painting, sculpture, photography and drawing and employs both natural and manmade materials, including pigments, adobe/mud, jute, graphite, fabric, polystyrene, and found objects. Across these materials, the artist’s inimitable approach seeks to both record sensory and informational capacities of touch and render typically unseen conduits of energy: ecological, architectural, and corporeal.

The artist’s first monograph will accompany the exhibition and will include an essay by Amy Smith-Stewart, the exhibition’s curator.

Contact Email: general@aldrichart.org

Contact Phone: 203-438-4519

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Ticket Information

This event is free of charge.

Adults $12
Seniors (60+) $7
Students (13 and up) $7
Members Free
K—12 teachers Free
Children (12 and under) Free
Military families Free
Third Saturdays Free
On-site Parking

Email:
general@aldrichart.org

Venue

Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
258 Main Street
Ridgefield, CT 06877

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The Aldrich offers a social narrative document available on the website for visitors on the autism spectrum. For further questions, please contact the Museum.

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