OMI International Arts Center continues it’s OnSite series from Art Omi: Architecture with Yolande Daniels.
The exhibition will feature a steel panel from a 2010 installation of an outdoor pavilion of folded waterjet cut sheet steel and cast concrete hemisphere seating for the Evergreen Museum at Johns Hopkins University. The project responds to the decorative exuberance of a demolished tearoom on the grounds of the former mansion and references tea fantasies from the tranquility of the Japanese tea ceremony to the psychedelia of Alice in Wonderland’s tea party.
Opening Reception – Saturday, Jan 6, 2018, 1 – 3pm
Benenson Visitors Center + Gallery at OMI
1405 County Rt. 22,
The opening reception with the architect is free and open to the public.
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