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Brenna Youngblood explores the iconography of public and private suburban experience, issues of identity, ethics, and representation, and the politics of abstraction using photo-based collage, painting, assemblage, and sculpture.

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SEATTLE ART MUSEUM PRESENTS PRIZE-WINNER BRENNA YOUNGBLOOD’S SOLO EXHIBITION
Held for the winner of the 2015 Gwendolyn Knight | Jacob Lawrence Prize

November 13, 2015–April 17, 2016

SEATTLE, WA – Seattle Art Museum presents abstracted realities, the solo exhibition of Brenna Youngblood, winner of the 2015 Gwendolyn Knight | Jacob Lawrence Prize. Featuring eight works using photo-based collage, …

SEATTLE ART MUSEUM PRESENTS PRIZE-WINNER BRENNA YOUNGBLOOD’S SOLO EXHIBITION
Held for the winner of the 2015 Gwendolyn Knight | Jacob Lawrence Prize

November 13, 2015–April 17, 2016

SEATTLE, WA – Seattle Art Museum presents abstracted realities, the solo exhibition of Brenna Youngblood, winner of the 2015 Gwendolyn Knight | Jacob Lawrence Prize. Featuring eight works using photo-based collage, painting, assemblage, and sculpture, the show explores the iconography of public and private suburban experience; issues of identity, ethics, and representation; and the politics of abstraction.

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Seattle Art Museum
1300 First Avenue
Seattle, WA, US