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After presentations at the Berkeley Museum of Art, LAXART, and the Whitney Biennial, Zarouhie Abdalian returns to her hometown with a solo exhibition.
Including sound works, sculpture, and two-dimensional engravings as well as film, Abdalian uses a minimalist vocabulary to examine a subject defined by scarcity—of opportunity and agency. Operating in the tradition of found object, Abdalian foregrounds the tools and the traces of labor. The exhibition will include works from the last decade as well as newly commissioned pieces.
Living and working in the Ninth Ward of New Orleans, Calhoun and McCormick have documented the city and its people for forty years.