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Regina Mamou "How the West Was Won" and Mary Jane Duffy "Glitch"

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Saturday, 20 January 2018 to Saturday, 24 February 2018
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Saturday, 20 January 2018 - 5:00pm

Bert Green Fine Art is pleased to present our first solo show by Los Angeles-based artist Regina Mamou and our second solo show by Chicago painter Mary Jane Duffy.

Regina Mamou is concerned with ideology as it manifests through religion, politics, authoritarian structures, charismatic mass movements, utopias, dystopias, and other types of communities. Individuals and events that are the product of the complex clash between ideologies are of special interest. Her current works are juxtapositions of imagery sourced from such clashes, produced with printmaking techniques.

Mary Jane Duffy makes works which are based on an interpretation of land and the landscape of information. The artist sees the influence of human activity and human perception as a significant and important diversion from the otherwise natural order of things. Employing the languages of map making, pointillist obfuscation, and digital noise, Duffy creates a series of works that resonate with uneasiness and ambiguity towards the human condition and its impact.

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+1 312-434-7544
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Bert Green Fine Art
8 S Michigan Ave Suite 620, Chicago IL 60603

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