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Up like a sun, down like a pancake.


  • ICA Baltimore 16 West North Avenue Baltimore, MD, 21201 United States (map)

Kelly
Lloyd

Up like a sun, down like a pancake.

JULY 7 – AUGUST 5, 2018

ICA GALLERY

Opening Reception: Saturday, July 7, 2018, 7-9pm

Open Hours: Fridays, 6-8pm, Saturdays, 12-4pm

In Up like a sun, down like a pancake. Kelly Lloyd presents new work and new collaborations. Up like a sun, down like a pancake seeks to examine the humor and hypocrisy in inevitable physical decay, and presents an alternative to intellectual decay. This part-exhibition part-reading room will expand on Lloyd's interests in generosity, spaces constructed for social engagement, and literature as objects.

Featutring work by:

Emma Kathryn Akins
A\M (Elisabeth Smith + Michael Milano)
Gwyneth Anderson
Kayla Anderson
Warren Andrews
Mary Anne Arntzen
Kateryna Babkina
Lise Haller Baggesen
Dana Bassett
Peter Miles Bergman
Jessica Campbell
CANDOR ARTS
Justin Chance
Kittisak Wa Chontong
Kelly Christian
Matthew A. Coleman
Delinda Collier
Angela Conant
Allison Crowley
Markele Cullins
Sharmyn Cruz Rivera
Angharad Davies
Rodolphe Delaunay
Eilidh Duffy
Fionn Duffy
Arièle Dionne Krosnick
Dave Eassa
Nick Ferreira
Fernway Gallery
Fuzzy Muzzle Design
Skye Gilkerson
Suzanne Gold
Allison Gulick

Kara Gut
Peter Haselmayer / Walter Ego
Maximilian Hines
Phaan Howng
Amelia + Dan Jacobs
Lou Joseph
Stevie Hanley
Amelia Hruby
Seth Hunter
Thomas Huston
Jaclyn Jacunski
Dejan Kaludjerović
Yalie Kamara
Terri Kapsalis
Christopher Kardambikis
Em Kettner
Attila Kiss
Davielle Lakind
Eric Lebofsky
Birgit Lettmann
Tony Lewis
Heather Link-Bergman
Mark Lloyd
Laura Mackin
Sophie Mak-Schram
Jesse Malmed
Ryan Mandell
Amanda Roscoe Mayo
Mhor Farr
Ray Ray Mitrano
Didier Morelli
The MorphoTransverse Method ®
Matt Morris
Jessica Gaynelle Moss
Raven Falquez Munsell
Gulsah Mursaloglu
Danny Orendorff
Sabina Ott
Ceylan Öztrük
Giulia Ratti
Daphne Politi
Anne Posten
Aay Preston-Myint
Tom Puschautz
Erika Råberg
Carly Ries
Carrie Rennolds
Pat Reynolds
Margaret Rogers
Greg Ruffing + Brandon Alvendia
Sam Sax
Kyle Schlie
Katie Shlon
Michal Lynn Shumate
A.D. Smith
Sprechgesang Institute
Yuri Stone
Antoinette Suiter + Gregory Fitzsimmons
Danielle Susi
Daniel Tam-Claiborne
Michell Thar
Third Object
Finn Thomson
Triumph Gallery
Trunk Show
David Ubias
Blas Ulibarri
Addie Ulrey
Ulrike Ulrich
Merve Ünsal
Tony Venne
Julia Vogl
Robin Waart
Aaron Walker
Hamza Walker
Erin Washington
Demelza B. Watts
Latham Zearfoss

Kelly Lloyd www.k-lloyd.com

Kelly Lloyd is a transdisciplinary conceptual artist who focuses on issues of representation and knowledge production, and prioritizes public-facing collaborative research. Lloyd received a dual M.F.A. in Painting and M.A. in Visual & Critical Studies from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2015, and earned a B.A. from Oberlin College in 2008. Recent projects include a solo exhibition at Shane Campbell Gallery, “Fleeting Monuments for the Wall of Respect” for the Museum of Vernacular Art in Chicago, Zürich and Vienna, and inclusion in "Habeas Corpus" at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. Lloyd performed with Jesse Malmed and ACRE TV at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art in 2016, and her essay "Katie Sokoler Your Construction Paper Tears Can't Hide Your Yayoi Kusama Neurotic Underbelly" is included in The Retro-Futurism of Cuteness (punctum press, October 2017). Lloyd was named one of NEWCITY'S "Breakout Artists of 2015,” was a 2017 Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize Semi-Finalist and attended an artist residency with KulturKontakt Austria this Spring. Lloyd will attend an artist residency in Aarhus, Denmark hosted by the Aarhus Center for Visual Art during the Fall of 2018, and in Chicago hosted by ADDS DONNA during the Winter of 2018/19.

Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore, icabaltimore.org

Institute of Contemporary Art, Baltimore is a collaboration of volunteers working to stage contemporary art exhibitions in available spaces in Baltimore. Up like a sun, down like a pancake. is the twenty-fifth exhibition by ICA Baltimore since 2011.

Up like a sun, down like a pancake. is made possible in part by a grant from the Robert W. Deutsch Foundation.