Boback Emad: Reflections
Mar 1 — Mar 31, 2018
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The McLoughlin Gallery is excited to present Boback Emad’s new body of work in Reflections an examination of memory in steel, canvas and tar. This solo exhibition is on view from March 1 to March 31.
Emad’s work is a dialogue in open spaces inviting the viewer into the conversation. This exhibition is the first in the series examining the reliability of memory and stability. Presented for the viewer is a body of work challenging notions of memory and perception. The interplay of light, shadows, and strong geometric form creates a language of self expression. While a thematic departure from the
artist’s recent works in public collections around the world, the style and form of Emad’s new works remains immediately identifiable; strong works with a sense of fragility to them.
In a recent article in the Huffington Post, Gabrielle Selz wrote, “His art tells us nothing is certain, nothing is whole.” The crux of life. Viewing and experiencing these incredible new compositions will
offer an enhanced glimpse into self expression and inward examination.