Familiar June 4th - July 10th, 2022
Opening Reception: June 4th 3 -5pm
Court Tree Collective proudly presents Familiar, a group exhibition featuring work of two families of artists: the Rush and the Yoda families. The Rush family’s artistic story spans three generations: grandmother, son, and grandson. The Yoda family are Japanese immigrants that have artistic roots dating back to 1921. Familiar is a true a story about two families of artists.
The Tactiles April 9th – May 15th
Featuring the work of John Whitlock, Christina Massey, Jung Eun Park and Jennifer Prevatt. All four artists' work demonstrate unique strengths in their hands. Using a vareity materials in a number of different formats.
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Jung Eun Park: Bittersweet Home (online exclusive)March 21st – June 15th, 2022
Court Tree Collective proudly presents Bittersweet Home by Brooklyn based artist Jung Eun Park. Orginally from Seoul, Korea, Jung Eun has lived in the states for over a decade. Her work is about her relationship with her homes both physically and psychologically. Her primary materials are graphite pencil, embroidery thread, and watercolor on coffee dyed Korean paper. Jung Eun investigates the meaning of home by observing a relationship with people, objects, and environments. She captures imagery of her intimate life, by implying her psychological narratives, and records the moment with simple lines and shapes on her drawings. Simplified and symbolized objects, such as a house, plants, bricks, or pots are altered conceptually in her drawings to speak a universal language of a human being living in a new environment.
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MASAO GOZU’S INSTALLATION AT INDUSTRY CITY’S JAPAN VILLAGE.