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Anne Reid '72 Gallery

Winter Exhibition

an explorer, a tracer of lost tribes, a seeker of clues to feelings
January 9 - March 24, 2023

The Anne Reid ’72 Gallery at Princeton Day School presents an explorer, a tracer of lost tribes, a seeker of clues to feelings, an exhibition of stop-motion animation by Carrie Hawks, Gabrielle Tesfaye and Jordan Wong. The show takes its title from the poem “A Remembrance of Ritual” by Betye Saar in Serious Moonlight, the accompanying catalogue to rarely seen installation work shown at ICA Miami in 2022. Akin to Saar, Hawks, Tesfaye and Wong incorporate a wide range of found and created materials into their artwork. This exhibition features films made with fabric, hair, drawn and painted puppets, and natural matter such as leaves and bark. Each film is sensitive, serious, intimate and personal – inviting us to witness and relate to themes of identity, ancestry, mythology and the body.

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Image still from Yene Fikir Ethiopia (My Love Ethiopia) by Gabrielle Tesfaye

Past Exhibitions

Installation photo of the Anne Reid Gallery Exhibit, Growing Sideways School Days
Installation photo of the Anne Reid Gallery Exhibit, Growing Sideways School Days
Installation photo of the Anne Reid Gallery Exhibit, Growing Sideways School Days
Installation photo of the Anne Reid Gallery Exhibit, Growing Sideways School Days

Growing Sideways: School Days
by Catalina Schlienbener

Installation piece from the Photography is an act of love exhibition
Installation piece from the Photography is an act of love exhibition
Installation piece from the Photography is an act of love exhibition
Portraits from the Photography is also an act of love exhibition

Photography is also an act of love
by Allen Frame, Naima Green and Zachary Lucero

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