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NOYES GALLERY AT KRAMER HALL, HAMMONTON

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NOYES ARTS GARAGE OF STOCKTON UNIVERSITY

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  • February 1 - March 25, 2018
  • Opening Reception: Second Friday, February 9, 2017

Kimberly Camp was born in 1956 in Camden, New Jersey into an artistic family. Her early life spent exploring museums and galleries with her parents and siblings have a heavy influence on her work, which often depicts family life.

Kimberly Camp began her career as an artist at the early age of 12. She set up a sidewalk exhibition displaying dolls and paintings. Since then, she has participated in over 100 solo and group exhibitions across the country, including the American Craft Museum, Smithsonian Institution, University of Michigan, Bomani Gallery, Manchester Craftsman’s Guild and many more. Perhaps most notably, Kimberly spent 7 years as the President and CEO of the Barnes Foundation of Philadephia. Her work is known for creative displays of her own ideas about art in democracy, social equality and diversity.  Many of her items are priced affordable, ranging from $10 to $500, “so that everyday people can buy art.” Camp wants to make an effort to close the gap that sometimes exists between collectors and fans.

I hope that viewers are able to see something of themselves and those they love in each painting, be it in the glance of one eye, the bend of a knee and an elbow, the smile on a face elated or the absences of human form where animals convey similar glances. Simply put, they serve as a reminder of the reflections of spirit and soul.  - Kimberly Camp

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Constantine Gedal, Untitled, 2015

Constantine Gedal, Untitled, 2015

CONSTANTINE GEDAL

  • February 1 - March 25, 2018
  • Opening Reception: Second Friday, February 9, 2017

The Noyes Museum is proud to present a collection of photographs attributed to the ever mysterious artist, Constantine Gedal.

There are two elements that I employ in my imagery—human being and one’s surroundings.

In order to construct image, I follow the travels of a lone soul in the lands of the other, registering views and moments flowing by, observing pictures seen through the mind of an intricate and elaborate structure that can’t always relate to the world around.

The travels in the world which is sometimes small and narrow as a single bunker, secure and desperate; sometimes wide as an ocean, forgiving and merciless, with layers over layers vanishing down, with deep sky tipped off into the abyss above, where time doesn’t fight space, and choosing direction is futile; no preparations and no second chances—everything happens here and now.

I portray moments of an object’s journey to become a subject across the background of vastness which is turning subject into an object and is getting dissolved into thin air as a sea line disappearing in the midday sunshine.
—Constantine Gedal

 

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