Wednesday, Jun 9, 2021 at 9:00am
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In a survey of work from the last 45 years, the exhibition will include the brand new L Portfolio, The Book of Only Enoch portfolio, his LP No One Seems To Notice That It's Raining (Delmore Recording Society), posters and ephemera.
Recently awarded "Best Animation" at the Prague Independent Film Festival, his new film The Silence of Professor Tösla (story by Ilan Stavans, animation, direction, and music by Jay Bolotin) will be screened throughout the duration of the exhibition.
Jay Bolotin's work spans across media, including but not limited to printmaking, drawing, sculpture, animation, and song-writing. His ability to navigate these varied fields relies on his commitment to narrative structure. Bolotin’s interest lies in weaving Judeo-Christian creation stories and personal mythologies as a means to better understand the human condition.
Jay Bolotin has had solo shows at institutions including the Samek Art Gallery, Bucknell University; Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati; Joslyn Art Center, Omaha; Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego; Vanderbilt University, Nashville. His woodcut prints and sculpture are included in numerous public and private collections including Australian National Museum; Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts; Georgia Museum of Art; Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego; Smith College Museum of Art; Museum of Modern Art, New York; New York Public Library; and Seattle Art Museum.
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