Intertwine, a new solo exhibition by Stamps Associate Professor Anne Mondro, is on display at Ceres Gallery in New York from November 1 — November 26, 2016.
Inspired by the strength and challenges associated with illness, Anne Mondro creates intricately woven anatomical forms to metaphorically reflect the emotional complexities of caring for others. Having spent many hours listening to, observing, and working with persons with memory loss and their care partners, Mondro reflects on these relationships and our need to connect to others. Selected for associations with life and love, her representations of hearts and lungs joined together in various configurations are created using the lacemaking technique of crochet. Similar to the body, her wire forms are structurally strong, yet delicate.
Anne Mondro: Intertwine
Exhibition Dates: November 1 — November 26, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, November 3, 6 — 8 pm
547 West 27th Street, Suite 201, New York, New York
Gallery Hours: Tuesday — Saturday, 10 — noon