Exhibit is Exploration of the Atomic Era
Stop by Rx after work to view the Simnuke Project exhibition and
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About The Simnuke Art Exhibit
Over the last sixty years, people all over the world have lived with the looming
threat of nuclear arms. For the artists exhibiting in the Simnuke Art Exhibit,
this struggle expresses itself through scathing commentary and moving artwork
condemning the nuclear arms race. We are privileged to have Yosuke Yamahata's
Nagasaki Journey Photos taken the day after the Nagasaki bombing displayed
alongside works by Michael Light, Carole Gallagher, and Richard Ross.
The art of the Simnuke Art Exhibit is co-curated by Sasha Harris- Cronin
and Max Carlson and has 20 artists from the United States and Japan. The exhibit
pieces will range from photography to kinetic sculpture, from humorous
statements to solemn exposés. In addition, there will be an exhibit of
government documents from the Prelinger Library tracing the history of the
atomic era in public policy.
The artists in the Simnuke Art Exhibit
include: Carole Gallagher, Michael Light, Richard Ross, Aaron Ximm, Yosuke
Yamahata, Bryan Cole, Robert Dohrmann, Joy Garnett, Jenne Giles, Mark Henson,
Garret Izumi, Tracy Jacobs, Kerry Loewen, Yoshiko McFarland, Yumiko Oda, Astrid
Olafsen, Megan Prelinger, Aryana Farsai Roxborough, Corrine Schulze, Elin O'Hara
Slavick, and Jeff Young.