Publication: New Arts Program
Opening Reception: January 18th, 2019, 6-9 p.m. with artist talk at 7:30 p.m.
Exhibition Dates: Jan 18th – March 3rd, with gallery hours Weds-Sun, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
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The work of New York-based sculptor Judith Modrak has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the United States including Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, the Trenton Art Museum, Point Park University, the Palm Beach Art Armory, the Woodstock Museum, Monmouth Museum, and the Hartnett Gallery. In New York City, Our Memories, a public artwork of seven sculptures, has been installed on Governors Island, in Central Park, and is now on view in Thomas Paine Park through May 2019. The documentary Memories Recorded, Memories Stored, about Modrak’s project Our Memories won Best Science and Education Documentary at the Madrid International Film Festival in 2017.
Modrak’s sculpted biomorphic and anthropomorphic figures, address universal issues of empathy, cognition, aging and mental illness. Her work has been featured in various art, science and news publications, including the Science Channel, the Tribeca Trib, Scientific American, the Seaside Times, the Rochester Review, SciArt, Sculpture Magazine, Sino Vision, and the Pittsburgh Tribune. Modrak earned a BA in Studio Art, Cum Laude, from the University of Rochester. By 2013 she had achieved artistic recognition in New York City and has received a Chashama/ National Endowment for the Arts grant and two gold medals in sculpture from the National Association of Women Artists, among other awards. As part of her New Arts Program residency, Modrak is unveiling, In the Garden of the Mind—a site reflective installation of totem-like, human-sized sculptures delving into the lifecycle of ideas and sensations. To see more of Modrak’s work, visit: www.judithmodrak.com and connect @judithmodrak on Instagram and FB.
To schedule a one-to-one talk with the artist on Friday, Jan 18 or Saturday, January 19 please call 610-683-6440.