Returning to Providence College after nearly a decade, PC alum (‘07) and New York artist Will Hutnick transforms Hunt-Cavanagh Gallery to present “But We’re Getting Off the Subject,” an immersive installation that celebrates color and the playful re-use of materials and abstractly personal histories. The installation features a series of interconnected wall drawings and mobile-like sculptures made up of his signature scrap paintings—bits of tape and overspray that have been stripped from his studio walls and carefully arranged on paper and clear mylar.
Public Reception: Thursday
6 PM–8 PM
Will Hutnick: But We’re Getting Off the Subject
It is generously supported by the Art & Art History Department at Providence College.
Conjunctive Artist Talk:
6 PM, Thursday, September 29
Will Hutnick is an artist and curator based in Wassaic, New York. His work has been exhibited in solo, two-person and group exhibitions at DEMO Project in Springfield, Illinois; SPRING/BREAK Art Show in New York; Ground Floor Gallery, The Java Project, Momenta Art and TSA, all in Brooklyn; Grizzly Grizzly in Philadelphia; Circuit 12 Contemporary in Dallas; and The Center for Contemporary Art in Bedminster, New Jersey. Hutnick has curated numerous exhibitions at Ortega y Gasset Projects, SPRING/BREAK Art Show, Trestle Projects, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn Fire Proof, Loft 594 and LaunchPad, all in Brooklyn or New York City. His work has been featured in New American Paintings, Maake Magazine, LVL3 Media, Beautiful/Decay and Whitehot Magazine’s “Best Artists List for 2013”. Hutnick has been an artist in residence at Yaddo in Saratoga Springs, New York; The Wassaic Project in Wassaic, New York; Vermont Studio Center in Johnson; 4heads on Governors Island in New York; and he recently completed a year-long curatorial residency at Trestle Projects in Brooklyn. He is a member of Ortega y Gasset Projects, an artist-run curatorial collective and exhibition space in Brooklyn, and is currently the Residency Director at The Wassaic Project. Hutnick holds a Master of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute and his Bachelor of Arts from Providence College, where he majored in Studio Art.