17 Jan “Body Language”
Body Language is an exposé of the human body. The works on display explore the themes of diversity, intimacy, beauty, and strength of the human forms.
From the delicate curves of the human form to the intricate details of intertwined bodies, through the vulnerability of exposed skin, each piece in this exhibition invites you to appreciate the unique language of the human body.
Curated by Gallerist Jordan Shapot and Creative Director Stephanie Giera, both members of the Marion Cultural Alliance Board of Directors, the exhibit features a diverse range of artists. Their works explore the themes of diversity, intimacy, beauty, and strength of the human form, creating a dialogue around the many ways in which the human body can be expressed and celebrated.
Participating artists include Isabelle Ramirez, Diane Cahal, Steph Giera, Andrew Raymond, Jordan Shapot, Britt Spencer, Charlita Whitehead, Charles Eady, Gabi Zuniga, James Blevins, Josh Jacobs, Meagan Gumpert, Francia Torres, Kyle Corley, Emily Bellinger, Amanda Lyons, David Campo and Tyrus Clutter. Overall, this list of participating artists promises to offer a wide range of styles and mediums, making this exhibition a diverse and exciting experience for all who attend. Please note this exhibit is suitable for mature audiences. Parental discretion is advised.