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MIYAKO YOSHINAGA Presents Eccentric Visions: Works on Paper from a Private Collection

Ana Zemánková, Untitled, circa 1970, oil pastel and ink on paper, framed, 25 1/4 x 19 1/4 in.
(64.1 x 48.9 cm.)

Eccentric Visions: Works on Paper from a Private Collection,

February 17–March 11, 2023
Opening Reception February 17, 6-8pm

MIYAKO YOSHINAGA is pleased to announce a new exhibition of twenty works on paper from a private collection. The exhibition recreates the distinctive spirit of a lifetime interest in nontraditional techniques, mediums and narrative visions. The exhibition features works dating from the 1970s to 2010s that embody the collector’s open-minded approach with a nod to eccentric imagery. While Susan Te Kahurangi King and Anna Zemánková demonstrate unique visions of self-taught or Outsider Art, Kiki Smith, Jose Barboza-Gubo and Andrew Mroczek, Nusra Quereshi and Jennifer Perry Shingelo share issues of identity, gender and family relationships through a variety of media and techniques. While Tony Fitzpatrick, Sue Coe, Joanne Carlson, Mary Frank and Tara Tucker depict surreal imaginings inspired by flora and fauna, Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, Marc Bell and Frances Hamilton engage in humorous narratives.

The collector and artist, Karen Moss, was born in Boston and moved to Toledo, Ohio when she was eight. This exhibit celebrates a collection based on years of looking at and finding unique artistic visions. The works have greatly enriched the life and home of the collector and now she hopes to share them with a wider audience.

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