Hot Goss

On View: May 31 - August 20, 2023

Wyatt Resident Artists Gallery

Featured Artists: Negar Ahkami, Joey Enríquez, Emily Fussner, Sarah Hardesty, Stephanie Lane, Marissa Long, Lex Marie, Olivia Tripp Morrow, Ryan McCoy, Rebecca Rivas Rogers, Marisa Stratton and Bahar Yürükoğlu

Slang for “hot gossip,” Hot Goss features all twelve of the Museum’s resident artists’ work in dialogue. The exhibition posits that no artist works within a vacuum and that creative ideas get swapped and reinterpreted just like pieces of juicy gossip; concepts, colors, and approaches to material invariably become exchanged from one artist to another because of open dialogue, social media, sharing a studio space, or simply working in close proximity. Sometimes irreverent, often thought-provoking, and always eye-catching, the works in Hot Goss share a willingness to experiment with ideas and break the rules.

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