In the Hall of the Mountain King: Closing Reception and Artist Talk

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In the Hall of the Mountain King: Closing Reception and Artist Talk

Time: August 5, 2017 from 7pm to 9pm
Location: Eyedrum
Street: 88 FORSYTH ST SW
City/Town: Atlanta
Website or Map: https://www.eyedrum.org/event…
Phone: 3475647161
Event Type: closing, reception, exhibition, artist, talk
Organized By: Vivian Liddell
Latest Activity: Jul 31

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Solo Exhibition by Vivian Liddell. Closing reception and Artist Talk, Saturday, August 5th, 7-9 PM. 

In the Hall of the Mountain King, a solo exhibition of sculptures, monotypes, and mixed-media paintings by Vivian Liddell, uses Edvard Grieg’s musical composition for the Henrik Ibsen play Peer Gynt as a starting structure. Liddell explores her family dynamics and connections to Danish folklore, as they relate to patriarchy, power, religion, and the American South. The show includes an audio accompaniment.

From ArtsATL:

On display at Eyedrum through August 5, Vivian Liddell's “In the Hall of the Mountain King” may be the simplest, cutest, most subversively complicated exhibition about power and gender in the American South that you’ll see this season.

Read full review here.

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