Swoon - George

Swoon – George

Work in the exhibition may be seen here.

In a moment when contemporary art often holds a conflicted relationship to beauty, the work of Caledonia Curry (a.k.a. Swoon) carries with it an earnestness, treating the beautiful as sublime even as she explores the darker sides of her subjects. Her work has become known for marrying the whimsical to the grounded, often weaving in slivers of fairy-tales, scraps of myth, and a recurring motif of the sacred feminine. Tendrils of her own family history—and a legacy of her parents’ struggles with addiction and substance abuse—recur throughout her work.

This exhibition is a part of the 30th anniversary celebration of Turner Carroll Gallery + Art Advisors. We exhibit international contemporary art by established and emerging museum-track artists. Founded in 1991 by Tonya Turner Carroll and Michael Carroll, the gallery embodies extensive knowledge of the history of art and vast experience in all aspects of the art world. Turner Carroll authors artist monographs, serves on boards of art museums, foundations, and public arts boards, manages artist estates, curates museum and art space exhibitions internationally, and advises private and corporate art collections. Turner Carroll Gallery artists are featured in top private and museum collections worldwide.

Opening reception Friday, May 28, from 5-7 pm.