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CURRENT EXHIBITION:

YELLOW HOUSE
JUDE and BRENDAN GRIEBEL
JANUARY 15 - FEBRUARY 14, 2015

Opening Reception - January 17th. with artists in attendance

Artist Talk - January 24th. 5 PM at dc3 Art Projects

Jude and Brendan will speak about this body of work, their collaboration and the role of residency opportunities in the creative and career development of artists at all stages of practice.


During a month long residency at Greensboro North Carolina's Elsewhere Museum, brothers Jude and Brendan Griebel revisited prairie boyhoods and ramshackle outbuildings through the haze of memory both whimsical and melancholic. Offered the entire contents of a three story former thrift shop and army surplus store to play in, they were drawn to a dollhouse that reminded them of the rundown old buildings they explored as children on prairie farms. Yellow House brings that forgotten toy and other broken and discarded items to life in an almost-narrative involving isolation, foreboding and more than a little humour.

Yellow House premieres at dc3 Art Projects with the launch of an artists' book about the project and a series of 14 images created by Jude and Brendan Griebel. While Jude's sculptural work and drawings have shown in previous group exhibitions at the gallery, this marks the first solo exhibition for both artists at dc3 Art Projects.

Yellow House will also include a number of Jude Griebel's small sculptural works that were featured in our presentation at Art Toronto 2014. These resin sculptures were completed during a residency at the famed Spinnerei complex in Leipzig Germany and are part of an ongoing exploration of memory, museum and modelling practices through history and the combined humour and horror of contemporary life. Larger sculptures of resin and paper mache are also to be featured in the Art Gallery of Alberta's Future Station: 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art, presented in the AGA as well as an off-site exhibition in the ground floor window space of the historic Gibson Block.



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Dc3 Art Projects is an Edmonton Canada based supporter, advocate, producer and promoter of the best of contemporary art. Dc3 Art Projects is committed to helping emerging and mid-career artists to bring challenging and engaging work to a greater public through exhibitions, critical writing, travelling shows and international art fairs. Through strong connections with galleries and artists in the major centers of the contemporary creative community, dc3 Art Projects will aggressively promote the artists affiliated with us and bring exciting work to Edmonton to allow collectors and art lovers exposure to discussions occurring nationally and internationally. Dc3 Art Projects will offer advice, assistance and inspiration to new and established collectors looking to acquire contemporary work by gallery artists, at fairs or at auction.


Founder of dc3 Art Projects, David Candler, has spent 20 years looking and reading, travelling for and absorbing the world of contemporary visual art. A self-described artjunkie, he has a passion for artists and their creations, and through dc3 Art Projects will be sharing this obsession with others. As a longtime collector himself, he is a tireless advocate for the importance of art within a society and the role it plays in making the world richer and more complete.

 

PAST EXHIBITIONS:

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Download an overview PDF of the
dc3 Represented Artists HERE

Represented Artists:

Amalie Atkins
Cindy Baker
Richard Boulet
Blair Brennan
Sean Caulfield
Paul Freeman
Gary James Joynes
Craig LeBlanc
Travis McEwen
Mitch Mitchell
François Morelli
Tammy Salzl
Daniela Schlüter



dc3 Art Projects
10567 - 111 Street
Edmonton, AB, Canada
T5H 3E8

david@dc3artprojects.com



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Saturday 11 - 5:30 pm

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