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Ginevra Shay | Public Grid, 2015 | Archival Pigment Print from Medium format Negative | 30” x 40”

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Dan Rizzo-Orr | The room to lie down, 2015 | Acrylic on Linen | 48”x60”

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Ginevra Shay | A Whistle And A Face, 2016 | Silver Gelatin Prints (with bleach), Concrete with photo transfer, Copper slag with polymer, on concrete mesh on panel | 40" x 32"

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Ginevra Shay | Cut, put, place, hold. Move to the side. Wait. Hold still. Cut. Replace. Tape. Hold. Lights on. Lights off. Wait, 2016 | 25 unique Silver Gelatin Prints | 100" x 80"

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Ginevra Shay | Hedge With Holes, 2015 | Copper Slag with Polymer, Silver Gelatin Prints with Bleach on found OSB | 48” x 34”

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Dan Rizzo-Orr | Platform for reaching the fruit, 2015 | Latex on Paper, Steel, Ceramic Tiles | 30” x 49” x 50”

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Ginevra Shay | I’m making a banana to go in a sock but really its a sand castle, 2016 | Stone aggregate, concrete, latex paint with sand, burlap, paper pulp, acrylic paint on panel | 30 1/4" x 30 1/4”

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Dan Rizzo-Orr | A window mirrored, 2015 | Acrylic on Linen | 16" x 20"

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Ginevra Shay | Blank Photo In Block, 2015 | Silver Gelatin Print in Concrete Block | 20 1/2" x 14x8”

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Dan Rizzo-Orr | Fountain for a youth, 2015 | Acrylic on Cotton and and tiled platforms | 48” x 72”

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1.09.16–02.07.16

Dan Rizzo-OrrGinevra Shay

LVL3 is proud to present we no longer see it: a two-person show featuring new works by Dan Rizzo-Orr and Ginevra Shay. Chicago-based Rizzo-Orr explores structures of art history and the translation of painting through his processes. Baltimore-based Shay focuses on material investigation as a way to map modern cityscapes and aesthetic shifts. we no longer see it brings these two artists together to complement their different approaches of casting an understanding upon images that allow history to unravel.

Opening Reception:
Saturday January 09 2016
6–10p

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