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Posted July 18, 2011 in Member News

Recent News & Current Projects from Dawn Roe

Upcoming Exhibitions

Darkness on the Edge of Town
Beam Contemporary
Melbourne VIC, Australia
July 22 - August 13, 2011

Curated by gallery co-director, Kyle Weise, this group exhibition explores peripheral sites and in-between spaces; and both literal and metaphorical darkness in the cultural connotations attached to these places. In a a deliberate move to point towards the currency of some of these ideas in popular culture, the exhibition takes its title from a well known Bruce Springsteen song.

Aground: 16th Annual Photographic Competition Exhibition
Photo Center NW
Seattle, WA
August 5 - October 12, 2011

This group exhibition was juried by Karen Irvine, Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. This year the exhibition theme is focused on anything related to Land or Water - open to interpretation.

Indefinite Boundaries
(106) Gallery
Grand Rapids, MI
September 9 - October 9, 2011

Curated by gallery director, Joel Zwart, this group exhibition will be on view during the 3rd annual ArtPrize festival in Grand Rapids.

Recent News/Projects

Artist-in-Residence
Visual Arts Centre at LaTrobe University
Bendigo VIC, Australia
May 17 - June 9, 2011

During this residency, I began a new body of work titled, Goldfields.  A portion of this residency was shared with New Zealand based artist, Ann Shelton. We are in the process of preparing and designing a two-person exhibition of works created while in residence.  If you would to view a copy of the exhibition proposal, please contact me at dawnroe@gmail.com. 

You may view select works from this series at http://www.dawnroephotography.com/DawnRoe/Goldfields.html

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