Building Bridges

curated by norton
Saturday, March 11 – Sunday, April 2, 2017
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 11, 4-6pm

On the Margin, a free ranging discussion featuring moderator Carmen Hermo, Assistant Curator for the Brooklyn Museum’s Elizabeth A Sackler Center for Feminist Art, this Sunday, April 2nd at 1:30pm.
The conversation will be featuring curator norton, along with Meg Hitchcock, Noriko Nokano, Yoko Suetsugo, Clintel Steed, Kurt Steger, and Sandy Jimenez. The panel will be discussing the artists’ artistic practice and speaking about their artistic practice and their experiences feeling on the margin of mainstream society.
Before the discussion, there will be a special Butoh Performance by Mariko Endo. 

Building Bridges

Images: 1. Yoko Suetsego 2. Natsuko Hattori 3. Kurt Steger 4. Noriko Nakano and Peter Drungle 5. Jason Phillips 6. Dongfan Chen 7. norton 8. Meg Hitchcock 9. Ai Ohkawara 10. Cake Hara 11. Clintel Steel 12. Robert Gerhardt 13. Chris Ketchie 14. Joshua Rosenbaltt 15. Yukari Edamitsu 16. Patrick Neal

The WAH Center (Williamsburg Art and Historical Center) is pleased to present a group exhibition curated by norton featuring artists from around the globe. “Building Bridges” will run from March 11 through April 2, 2017, with an opening reception featuring performances by Dirty Churches featuring Alexandra Jacobs, Pablo Navarez, and a Buthoh performance by Mariko Endo. This show will feature 26 artists and performance groups, demonstrating their belief in a peaceful global community that transcends borders, religions, sexual identity, race, or gender.

For more information on the exhibition or artists, please view our Press Release.

Dongfan Chen, Xiaowei Chen, Dirty Churches (Rachel Blackwell / Jesse Gelaznik, featuring Alexandra Jacob), Yukari Edamitsu, Mariko Endo, Robert Gerhardt, Cake Hara, Natsuko Hattori, Meg Hitchcock, Sandy Jiminez, Chris Ketchie, Franky Kong, David Miller, Noriko Nakano and Pete Drungle, Pablo Navarez, Patrick Neal, norton, Ai Ohkawara, Jason Phillips, Joshua Rosenblatt, Clintel Steed, Kurt Steger, Yoko Suetsugo, Kazue Taguchi, Jenyu Wang

Opening reception video

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