The Flinn Gallery: Self, assembled

The Flinn Gallery: Self, assembled
The Flinn Gallery is a non-profit, education-oriented exhibition space that presents art in all mediums from a wide range of periods, visions and techniques. The Gallery is hosting the seasonal exhibit, Self, assembled, until February 1st. Artists, Rodriguez Calero, Kevin Hetzel and Jason Noushin, along with Co-Curators Kirsten Pitts and Isabelle Schiavi, explore the nature of identity through collage. These artists assemble this medium appropriating, fragmenting, layering, and unexpectedly juxtaposing images derived from personal and collective histories. These pieces seek to question socially imposed narratives and destabilize the fixed idea of identity.
Special Events 
Artist Talk with Rodriguez Calero, Kevin Hetzel and Jason Noushin
Saturday, January 14, 2:00 pm, Flinn Gallery
Rodriguez Calero, Kevin Hetzel and Jason Noushin will discuss how they draw imagery from personal and collective spheres, from history, culture, religion, race, gender or family in their approach to collage.
Art Lounge and Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis
Friday, January 20, 5:00 – 6:45 pm, Flinn Gallery
Art Lounge, to be followed at 7:00 pm by a screening of Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis, in the Berkley Theater, part of the Library’s Friday Film Series. This film is an autobiographical story of a rebellious girl’s life in pre- and post-revolutionary Iran. Set against the background of growing tensions as fundamentalists control the political climate in 1970s and 1980s Iran, the animated film’s story of perseverance is woven with humor and poignancy.

Flinn Gallery
Greenwich Library
101 West Putnam Avenue
Second Floor
Greenwich, CT 06830
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