© 2012, Sadie Wechsler: Eruption 2012, Inkjet print, 64”x 84”. Courtesy of the artist.

© 2012, Sadie Wechsler: Eruption 2012, Inkjet print, 64”x 84”. Courtesy of the artist.

SEPTEMBER AT GALLERY4CULTURE

Sadie Wechsler: Part I: Redo
September 3 – 24, 2015

Opening reception: First Thursday, September 3, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Gallery4Culture kicks off the fall season with Part I: Redo by Seattle-based artist Sadie Wechsler, a body of photographs that presents an off-kilter world. Subtly deceptive setups and faintly discordant elements feed the disorienting undercurrent that is characteristic of Wechsler’s art.

Part I: Redo consists of twelve images that range from mural-sized to moderate, are printed on an adhesive material, and mounted directly to the gallery walls. Wechsler’s images are produced using several approaches: some are single photographs, others are digital collage, while still others utilize physical collages which are then rephotographed. A self-published monograph of Wechsler’s photographs titled Part I: Redo will be released in conjunction with the show.

About the Artist

Sadie Wechsler was born and raised in Seattle. She attended Bard College where she studied photography and received a Bachelor of Arts. She earned a Master of Fine Arts from Yale University School of Art in 2013. Her work has been shown across the United States and internationally, and has appeared in numerous publications.

Wechsler and Part I: Redo lead an exciting season of shows at Gallery4Culture! Join us each month for new, innovative work by these King County artists:

• Robert Twomey & Matthew Whitney: October 2015
• Alexander Mouton: November 2015
• (Closed in December)
• Michelle de la Vega: January 2016
• Darius Morrison: February 2016
• Alexander Keyes: March 2016
• Anne Drew Potter: April 2016
• Kamla Kakaria: May 2016
• Jennifer Zwick: June 2016
• Andrew Hoeppner: July 2016

Gallery4Culture is located at 101 Prefontaine Pl S, and open Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., closed in August and December. The gallery is free and open to the public. For information or to schedule a group tour call 206 263.1589.