“The World Around Us”
A group exhibition of works by Nina Boesch, Keith Godard and Ronnie Peters
Collages made from discarded subway tickets, illustrated town views from illustrations of French villages, and a photographic vignette series of urban cityscapes turned into tiny planets, all of these works have one thing in common: Each piece is an interpretation of the world around us, as seen through the eyes of graphic designers and artists.
Nina Boesch creates mesmerizing collages from cut-up expired MetroCards to illustrate iconic New York City scenes.
Keith Godard, researches, hand-draws exact representations of french towns, then by color expresses their various altitudes,
history within their various landscape atmosphere.
Ronnie Peters uses innovative photography techniques to visualize New York City street scenes and moments from travels, as their very own tiny planets.
The three designers don’t just share a common interest in the arts, but they also share a historical connection: all have taught or studied at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). Keith Godard has been a guest professor, Ronnie Peters received his MFA in graphic design in 1990, and Nina Boesch earned her BFA in 2006, also in graphic design.
Friday May 13th 2016
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Saturday May 14th, Sunday May 15th
12:00 Noon – 7:00 pm
The 360 Space
104 Charlton St – New York, NY