July 18, 2013

CIPHER & CODE

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On view at Land of Tomorrow, Lexington One Night Only Reception at 6pm on Tuesday, July 23, 2013 Land of Tomorrow is pleased to present CIPHER & CODE, an MFA Thesis by Theo Edmonds. CIPHER & CODE will open with a reception on Tuesday, July 23rd at 6pm and will be on display for one night only. At this moment of intense capitalist accumulation, we’re living with one predominant model …

May 14, 2013

Clusterflock

The Table - Mike Bale

Image: The Table by Mike Bale On view at Land of Tomorrow, Lexington May 17 – May 31, 2013 Opening reception at 6pm on Friday, May 17th Free admission from 6pm to 8pm $5 admission after 8pm Land of Tomorrow is pleased to present Clusterflock, a group exhibition curated by Nathaniel Hendrickson, featuring the work of Mike Bale, Mark Barczak, Peter Golemboski, Nathaniel Hendrickson, Shohei Katayama, Nick Layman, Douglas Lucas, …

April 3, 2013

Red Herring

Red Herring

On view at Land of Tomorrow, Lexington Closing reception at 5pm on Saturday, April 27th Land of Tomorrow, in coordination with the University of Kentucky Fine Arts Department, is pleased to announce Red Herring, an exhibition of recent graduate level work by Jackson Bullock, Peggy Coots, Michael J. Hamilton, Ivy Johnson, Trey Jolly, David N. Martin, and Mayuresh Moghe, produced under instructor Joel Feldman. There will be a closing reception …

March 25, 2013

Sown

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A solo exhibition by Erin Eldred On view at Land of Tomorrow, Lexington April 12 – April 19, 2013 Closing reception at 6pm on Friday, April 19th Land of Tomorrow is pleased to present Sown, a solo exhibition by Lexington artist Erin Eldred. Sown will be in display at our Lexington location from April 12th to the 19th with a closing reception scheduled for Friday, April 19th at 6pm. Sown …

March 22, 2013

This Woman’s Work

Woman's Work

Land of Tomorrow is pleased to present This Woman’s Work, a solo exhibition by Lexington artist Aurora Childs. The show will open with a reception on Friday, March 22nd at 6pm and remain on display until April 5th. This Woman’s Work by Aurora Childs looks at labor, tools, and how our lives, though sometimes monotonous, create moments of tremendous beauty. Childs uses repetition and blasé materials to produce moments of beauty with chore based …

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