Tuesday Aug 01

Robin Cameron and G. William Webb’s "Monument to Reproduction"
08/01 – 12/31

Explore Monument to Reproduction, by Artists Robin Cameron and G. William Webb on display at Race Street Pier (adjacent to Cherry Street Pier) beginning August 4. All ages. 

 

Photos by G. William Webb.

 

A brick house in Hebron, New York, built in 1872, serves as the inspiration for this piece created by New York-based artists and couple Robin Cameron and G. William Webb


The work was created from scavenged materials from the house. In the process, both an idea and a baby are born (Cy) to further complicate this productive time. The house is reproduced in this emblem signifying the family groups and underlying systems.

This exhibition is part of DRWC's Waterfront Arts Program.

About the Artists

Robin Cameron (b. 1981, BC Canada) is a New York-based artist who typically works in many media, ranging from printmaking, ceramics, and artist books to cyanotypes, slides, and video. Cameron received her MFA from Columbia University in 2012 and a BDes from the Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design in 2004. Her work is in the permanent collection of the Whitney Museum of American Art and private collections internationally. Cameron has exhibited widely in the US, Canada, and abroad, and is well-known for her artist publications, which have appeared at Printed Matter and Library of The Museum of Modern Art.

G. William Webb (b. 1987, Blue Grass, IA) lives and works in New York. He is best known for his minimal, considered material, and spiritually centered works. He works in traditional media such as ceramic, steel, and film photography. He received his MFA from New York University and has held exhibitions with Room East, New York; Galerie Rodolphe Janssen, Brussels; Galerie Joseph Tang, Paris; Franklin Parrasch Gallery, New York; Martos Gallery, New York;  Parrasch Heijnen Gallery, Los Angeles; and institutionally at White Flag Projects, St Louis and Emily Harvey Foundation in New York City.

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