“out” Exhibition

1969 Gallery

poster for “out” Exhibition
[Image: Emily Oliveira "The Goddess, Asleep, Is Bitten by a Cosmic Snake and Thereby Hallucinates the Universe into Existence" (2019-2020) Hand-dyed silk, cotton thread, freshwater pearls, 45 x 78 in.]

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- out - curated by Jarrett and Jon Key

Get out. Outside. Coming out. We out. Outsider. Outlier. Outperform. Outdo. Out of line. Out of the Box. Outlast. Outcast. Outdoors. Outer. Outshine. Out of ear shot. Out of sight. Out of mind. Out Magazine. Output. Outlet. Outspoken. Out pour. Out of touch. Shout out. Peace out. Black out. Turn out. Burnout. Drawn out. Pull out. Push out. Out grow. Out of Body. Outcome. Order Out. Take Out. Layout. Pig out. Slide out. Payout. Come out. Out of scope. Outer coat. Outer space. Out of space. Outerwear. Out of shape. White out. Out of line. Out of order. Out of time. Out of tune. Out out damn spot. Out of paper. Out of ink. Out of frame. Out of focus. Out cry. Cry out. Outreach. Out loud. Out of reach. Rush out. Brush out. Clear Out. Breathe out.

These artists are out. In worlds familiar and unfamiliar, these artists assert their own sexuality and body to reimagine environments and landscapes. Each artist presents figures reclaiming agency and freedom in place and time. Joyous and celebratory, relaxed and non-chalant, these works reveal new possibilities for leisure and security. Be out with us.

Khari Johnson-Ricks, Jarrett Key, Jon Key, Emily Oliveira, Ricardo Partida, Aparna Sarkar

Curator bios:
Jarrett Key (b. 1990, Seale, AL) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. They received their MFA in painting at the Rhode Island School of Design in 2020. Jarrett grew up in rural Alabama and pursued their fine art practice in New York City after graduating from Brown University in 2013. They are represented by 1969 Gallery in New York. They were one of Forbes 30 under 30 for Art and Style 2020. They have been featured in solo and group exhibitions including 1969 Gallery, NXTHVN, Fierman Gallery, Steve Turner, La MaMa Galleria, The Columbus Museum, and The RISD Museum. Key’s work is in the collections of the The Lumpkin-Boccuzzi Family Collection, the Columbus Museum, Brown University, RISD Special Collection, the Schomburg Center, the Museum of Modern Art Library, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art Library, among other institutions.

Jon Key (b. 1990, Seale, AL) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Jon grew up in rural Alabama before pursuing his BFA at the Rhode Island School of Design. He has worked as a designer, artist, and teacher, and was one of Forbes 30 under 30 for Art and Style 2020. He has been featured in solo and group exhibitions at Steve Turner, Rubber Factory, Carl Freedman Gallery, CFHILL, Denny Dimin, Hong Kong, and has been featured in the Armory Art Show and Untitled, Miami Beach.



from October 07, 2021 to October 31, 2021

Opening Reception on 2021-10-07 from 18:00 to 20:00

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