This rare exhibition is accompanied by a 98 page full-color catalogue with compelling essays by Peter Selz, John Handley, Jarrett Earnest and Patrick Graham.
Graham creates meditations in the form of landscapes and iconic imagery that touch upon questions pertaining to reality, the meaning of life, and the search for faith in a world of diminishing absolutes.
PATRICK GRAHAM: THIRTY YEARS—THE SILENCE BECOMES THE PAINTING was organized with the support of Jack Rutberg Fine Arts in Los Angeles, international agent for Patrick Graham. The exhibition is supported by the Embassy of Ireland and Culture Ireland, the national body for the promotion of Irish arts worldwide and will next travel and open on September 23, 2012 at the Museum of Contemporary Religious Art at Saint Louis University.
A SPECIAL RELATED EVENT will be presented on June 23 at 4:00 p.m. when curator Peter Selz will be joined by Chief Art Critic of the San Francisco Chronicle Kenneth Baker and Jack Rutberg, director of Jack Rutberg Fine Arts in Los Angeles, who will discuss Graham’s works at the American University Museum. This event is free and open to the public.
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