Take “A Closer Look” at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix Campus
[Source: Desert Living Today]
The Vault Gallery at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix Campus is launching their third exhibition, A Closer Look, a seven artist expo that begins Sept. 3.
Featuring up and coming as well as established female artists from around the Valley, the four-month long Vault Gallery showcases multiple photographs, oil and acrylic paintings, and intimate drawings that contain meanings only a closer look can reveal. Given the building’s past as an outpost for the now defunct First National Bank of Arizona, the fortress-like structure invites visitors into its tight quarters with original vault doors and entryways.
Candace Eisenfeld, a Tempe artist who is showcasing her work at the gallery, says,
“The multiple images within my work comment upon simultaneous observations of reality within a historical perspective and the ambiguities that divide them…I don’t believe in universal truths, only perceptions of reality.”
The gallery runs from Sept. 3 to Dec. 18.
Lower level of University Center, 411 N. Central Ave.
Posted on September 2, 2010, in Arts and Culture, Downtown Vitality and tagged Arizona State University, Arts, Downtown Phoenix, University Center, Visual arts. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.