Agnes’s love letter to Kingston
Jay Bridges, Wash and Fold, 2021, Bronica SQ A, Kodak Portra 800. Courtesy of the artist.
Free; everyone is welcome!
Public Reception, 6–9 pm
Party and music with Kingston-based DJ Kid Koncussion, 7:30–9 pm
Members’ Preview, 5–6 pm
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CELEBRATE THE FINAL EXHIBITIONS IN AGNES’S CURRENT FACILITY!
This season is Agnes’s love letter to Kingston. It is written as a constellation of solo exhibitions, commissions and interventions that rightfully celebrate and elevate the culture and artists of our hometown. Kingston artists are creatives and entrepreneurs, astute aestheticians and community activists alike.
All Agnes staff collaborated to choreograph this final season in our current facility, which has made its planning process particularly special: as an end and a new beginning. We are proud to share these artists’ sensibilities and their slow and steady commitment to transforming the culture of this city.
Refreshments are available with remarks around 6:30 pm. The dance party with Kingston-based DJ Kid Koncussion starts at 7:30 pm. Come and celebrate with us!
Turned Back: Filaments of Renewal
Jay Bridges: Hidden in Plain Sight
Ann Clarke: A Life in Motion
Frank De Sa
Who is Belle Island?
Billie Kearns (aka Bille the Kid) and Jill Glatt
we are magic: a love letter to our tattoos
Joan Scaglione: Shifting Realities