10.28–
12.12.15
Reilly & Hunt-Cavanagh Galleries

A Sign Only Has to Serve as a Sign

Installation view of "A Sign Only Has to Serve as a Sign" in PC-G's Reilly Gallery. Photo: Erik Gould.

Installation view of "A Sign Only Has to Serve as a Sign" in PC-G's Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery: Providence Painted Signs, "Atkinson Reproduced (Quickly in Ink)," 2015, acrylic and pencil on the wall. Photo: Erik Gould.

A Sign Only Has to Serve as a Sign is an exhibition featuring contemporary artists who merge fine and conceptual art methods with sign making, text, advertising, activism and socio-political commentary. The exhibition includes a site-specific presentation by Providence Painted Signs in Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery, and a group show in Reilly Gallery, including artists Alberto Aguilar (Chicago); Joe Amrhein (Brooklyn), Andrea Bowers (Los Angeles); Brandt Brinkerhoff & Katherine Walker (Chicago/San Francisco); Archie Scott Gobber (Kansas City); Steve Lambert (Beacon, NY); Jeremy Lundquist (Minneapolis); Eric May (Chicago); Patrick Martinez (Los Angeles); and Providence Painted Signs (Providence).

Partial support for this exhibition and its programs provided by the Art & Art History Department at Providence College, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation and Rhode Island State Council for the Arts.

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